New App Prevents Drunk Dialing

HERMETIC LABORATORIES ANNOUNCED today that it has developed a new application for smart-phones called iBlow, and plans to offer it to the retail market in early spring.

The iBlow app works much the same as the breathalyzers used in the field by law enforcement. The user blows into the mouthpiece of their phone, where the breath is digitally analyzed to determine the users Blood Alcohol Level.

From there, the way the phone reacts is completely customizable, with different BAC levels and contact lists.

For instance, one could set their phone so that calling friends after one or two beers would be permitted, but calls would be disconnected or prohibited  after a twelve pack of malt liquor.

Also, you will be able to set it so after a night of heavy drinking, you would be able to call for a pizza, but all of your ex-girlfriends/boyfriends would be blocked.

Hermetic Labs hopes this will be a very helpful and popular application, and starting in April it will be available where ever liquor and cell phones are sold.
The company also expects to release similar apps for Ebay, to eliminate ‘black-out shopping sprees’, as well as social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. MySpace, however, will still require a seven drink minimum.

©2011 Robert Emmett McWhorter

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