4-Pack: Qi Wireless Charging Pads
- Enter the New Year with a new way of charging your phone
- Or more of the way you already charge your phone
- They come in cool colors
- With four, you can put them all over the place
- Model: WC-1275BL, WC-1275RD, WC-1275BK; the WC stands for “way cool” because this is the way cool way to charge
Charge Like It's The Future
Bob was watching the broadcast, marveling that another year was about to come to an end, when someone knocked on the door. Out front, he found a man who looked, well, a lot like him, only older.
“Hello?” Bob said.
“Hi,” said the man. “My name is Robert. And I’m from the future.”
Bob couldn’t believe it. He’d always dreamed about something like this happening, and here it was: he was being visited by his future self. Finally, he might find some answers to the many questions that had plagued him throughout his life.
“Come in, come in,” he said, ushering the man inside.
“So, what’s it like?” Bob said, once they’d settled at the dining table. “The future, I mean. How do things turn out?”
“Well, it’s a beautiful place with many beaches,” Robert said. “Winter happens in June, and it’s warm and summery on Christmas. And when people need to charge their phones, they put them on these little pad-things.”
Bob was confused. “But wait, that’s how I do it now. I’ve got four Wireless Charging Pads. They make charing my various Qi-enabled devices much easier than, you know, having to plug in a cable.”
“Yes, exactly,” Robert said.
“But I mean, if I have this technology already, then how far into the future are you from?” Bob asked.
“From here?” Robert said. “About seventeen hours.”
“But how can that be? You look much older than me,” Bob said.
“What?” Robert said. “Oh, sorry. Let me be clear. I’m from Australia. Originally, I mean. I grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee. Moved there when I was three, which is why I don’t have an accent. But you should hear my dad. He sounds like Crocodile Dundee.”
“You mean,” Bob said, “you’re not a future version of me who’s time-traveled to the past to tell me how things turned out?”
“No,” Robert says. “That’s a pretty wild conclusion to jump to, I should add.”
“And the fact that we look alike and have the same name…”
“A mere coincidence,” Robert said.
“Then why did you come here?” Bob asked.
“I was going to ask if I can use your bathroom,” Robert said. “I was out walking and really had to go. I have to go even more now that we’ve been talking all this time.”
“Huh,” Bob said.
“So, can I?” Robert asked.
“Can you what?” Bob said.
“Use your bathroom,” Robert said.
“Oh, yeah, sure,” said Bob. “Down the hall, first door on the left.”
And so Robert used the bathroom and left. And it was pretty anticlimactic. Like New Years Eve always is.