How can the fing-longer be Farnsworth's invention?
For him to have asked the What If? machine what life would be like if he'd invented the fing-longer, he must have knowledge of the fing-longer as a real thing. This implies it was invented by someone else. In this case, his later use of it can be seen merely as him using a commercially-available product. Any thoughts? Mukor 02:04, 8 July 2008 (CEST)