This is Jamy. Jamy is a conceptual toaster designed by Nathan Brunstein that burns a one-picture image of the day's forecast into your bread, along with the high and low temperatures for the day. It's probably at least twice as accurate as the weather app on my phone, and twice as useful since you can eat it afterwards. Oh shi-shi, looks like it's raining blackberry preserves today! *drops toast on floor* Dammit, that was my last piece too. Well, the last GOOD piece anyway. *considers digging heel out of the trash* "Don't do it, GW." Fine, but I'm gonna be cranky until lunch.
Hit the jump for a bunch more shots in case the concept is zooming over your head.
Thanks to PYY, who agrees weather forecasts are just another conspiracy the government uses to exercise control over the populous.
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