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Thanks to a reader on our bulletin board for posting a link to a very unusual patent on IBM's wondrous intellectual property site.

The abstract of the patent, for something called an Automated Masturbatory Device, says: "A variable speed motor powering a crankshaft driven sealed transducer producing pneumatically induced reciprocating motion of a receiver when a male organ is inserted. The present invention employs a hermetic system to prevent loss of synchronization. The receiver is designed with an inner liner compliant enough to accommodate a plurality of sizes and shapes of male penises. The present invention produces a stroke of approximately 3 inches at a frequency of up to 350 per minute."

So take a look at it, quick, before Big Blue's thought police take it down, so to speak. We think it's for real, but it isn't an IBM device...

You can find the URL here, while the fun lasts... ®

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