Saturday, January 10, 2009

Good Morning Sir Alarm Clock

How you begin your day can dictate the pace of the remainder of the day. If, for example, you wake to a ear-shattering buzzing, your whole body will tense. Your teeth will grind, and you'll be more likely to bite the heads off of your coworkers than treat them well. Your impatience with the day could continue, leading to simple mistakes, and your overreaction to criticism of your errors could very well end in violence, tears, and inevitably, a visit with the local magistrate.

Luckily, we've discovered a delightfully new way to become awake and alert without the unpleasantness of artificial electronic buzzing. Stephen Fry, the wonderfully dry and proper Englishman, reprising his role as "Jeeves," a gentleman's gentleman. Do not call him a butler, though he can, of course, buttle with the best of them.

Every morning, Jeeves awakens Sir with a most smooth and comforting way, His dulcet voice soothes Sir into gentle wakefulness without the unpleasant slap in the face that is normal alarm-clock operation. The heavy wood and the gothic numerals on the timepiece's face lend an old world flavor to the clock.





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