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    Posted: 24 Jun 2008 at 7:27pm
Does anyone remember when actor Michael Bissonette did a series of radio spots for the failed product known as Voice Power Technology?  Instead of using your TV remote, you're supposed to call out what you want the TV to do--such as turn off or specify channel number.  I also remember there was supposed to be a free trial offer, but when I called those pr**ks, they automatically deducted the payment from my checking account against my wishes--the payment bounced at my local bank because I didn't have the funds to pay for the product.  Turns out there's no such thing as a "free trial offer"--the company has apparently went out of business since I have not heard this spot since the late 1990s.  Good riddance to failed products such as Voice Power Technology as well as the rubbish which consisted of their radio and TV spots!  Star 
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My grandmother had one of the first tv's with a remote.  If she sneezed, the channel would change.
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:

My grandmother had one of the first tv's with a remote.  If she sneezed, the channel would change.



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