Posted On: Thursday - September 20th 2018 6:52PM MST
In Topics:   Music  China  Artificial Stupidity  Female Stupidity
As promised, Peak Stupidity presents more of/about sexy "cyborg" Naomi Wu of Guangdong Province, China. (No, the sexy does not need the quotes, just "cyborg", I'm sure we'd all agree. Are you reading yet?) The information in that first post indeed came from a magazine, an on-line one called medium.com. Miss Wu's opinions in the interview presented there are of no consequence. They should be taken with a grain of salt (or perhaps a few hundred grains on the lip of a large margarita glass), as they should for pretty much any female under the age of Margaret Thatcher* deigning to discuss politics.
That wasn't the point of my presenting Miss Wu to the Western world though. I explained the two reasons in the last post, but I will re-titerate them here, just due to one particular excellent Elton John song, a real prescient blast from the past. Though she envisions herself as some computer-software-tech (just "TECH", they call it now) wizard, Miss Wu has a mighty youtube following due simply to her mighty artificial mammary glands and a scantily-clad hot body. She's under some kind of mistaken impression that it's her soldering and wire-stripping abilities, skill at following a schematic, and possible dexterity with Dremel tools that have been getting her the up-votes. Yeah, see, this is what I mean by post-menopausal only, for anything more than city water department clerk.
One may find these videos on youtube easily**, so I won't recommend a specific one, though they are better enjoyed with the sound off. You're not going to be watching them for technical content, as the fact is that nowadays there is nothing hard about making any project that uses computer logic and LEDs. These are what Miss Wu seems to enjoy as clothing enhancements, to bring attention to herself, which aids in the struggle for women to be judged by their words not their, well, "electric boobs". Did you say ... yeah that's from 40 years ago:
"Say, Candy and Ronnie, have you seen them yet?Now, hold on a minute! Granted, when you're new to rock-and-roll, you're bound to start out with mild lyricosis. It seemed slightly possible that I was wrong on the bolded lyric when I first heard the classic live version of Elton John song from his best album ever, the 18-song Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. It's possible ... I mean, because I couldn't quite envision these "electric boobs" that Bernie Taupin, Elton's lyricist, mentioned. This was before cheap digital electronics and anything but red LEDs, keep in mind.
Oh, but they're so spaced out,
'B-B-B-Bennie and the Jets'.
Oh but they're weird and they're wonderful.
Oh Bennie she's really keen.
She's got electric boobs, a mohair suit,
you know I read it in a magazeye-eee-eee-een,
'B-B-B-Bennie and the Jets'."
Could I have been wrong? Now, 45 years after Bennie and the Jets, this Naomi Wu could indeed manufacture her own set of electric boobs, I'm sure (did I mention that she's in TECH!?), but then I came upon another youtube video:
... you know I read it in a magazeye-eee-eee-een.
Oooohhh, electric BOOTS! (I guess that makes more sense??)
Yes, that is one of the latest projects by this female TECH pioneer, electric boots. One wonders what the purpose of inserting a TV set, or idiot box (OK, OK, a smart screen) in the 8" high heel of these boots was, aside from making Miss Wu's ass look that much better. I guess I answered my own question, but that's a lot of "engineering" time there. We're not gonna be watching the screen, young Cyborg Wu.
You're gonna hear electric music, solid walls of sound:
This has Elton's great piano playing, but don't forget that this was a real rock band, not just the one guy. Check out the rest from Goodbye Yellow Brick Road sometime.
Elton John – piano, organ, vocals
Davey Johnstone – acoustic and electric guitars
Dee Murray – bass
Nigel Olsson – drums
* Pro-rated to the Falkland War era, of course.
** Look up "sexy cyborg" and "electronic boots"