MIT Media Lab researcher Tad Hirsh has developed, um, these things. Coconuts with cell phones inside that call the San Jose Airport complaint line when they detect low flying aircraft noise. The following is a real message one of them leaves, believe it or not.
Uhâ€¦ Hey. Um, yeah. Soâ€¦ Um, this isâ€¦. Yeah, no, like, Iâ€™mâ€¦ Shut up, no, Iâ€™m talking. Okay, so, yeah. So, all these planes, manâ€¦ Itâ€™s crazy. Itâ€™s like a roooaarrrrr. Dude, I need a pizzaâ€¦ Could you send me a pepperoni pizza? Dude, that would be great. Wait wait wait wait wait, put some mushrooms on that. Yeah, mushrooms. Sweet.
Now with messages like that, this project is going to accomplish nothing. Better to call it off and tell bums in the area there are trees that grow cell phones, then film the hilarity that ensues. Then pay two of them a dollar each to punch the hell out of each other.
Check out the official site to listen to the other painful messages.