There are a ton of these on Youtube, so I'm not sure if I've found the most useless one or not. I guess if you look around online you could probably find instructions to make them. I'd kind of like to have one for myself.
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I love this. This must have some incredible, theraputic value. After turning this machine "on" for about 7 hours or so, even a serial killer would be passified.ReplyDelete
Kinda cool if for no other reason than it somehow reminds me of The Thing (not Benji Grimm or Jim Arness but the faithful, er, Thing of Gomez and Morticia's home)ReplyDelete
That's pretty dang cool! I'd love to have one of these for my desk!!ReplyDelete
Mykal, I think you are right. It would be a great learning tool for grade schoolers too. It would teach them that no matter how hard they try or how much work they do, nothing matters.ReplyDelete
R/E, I don't know if it's true or not but I heard the Addams Family's Thing was inspired by that seen in the James Arness Thing movie where they cut off it's hand and it started moving.
Darrin, I know! Me too! I did find plans online to build these things. It doesn't seem too terribly impossible.
I would buy one and screw a piece of metal angle iron to protect the switch from being turned off, thereby frustrating the entire device, causing me great pleasure ha ha ha ha haaaaahhhh~!ReplyDelete
Ha ha! I appreciate your evil.ReplyDelete
Very clever, and I to must have one, but it must be said that while watching the vid, all I could think of was that this little thing "functions" like the government.ReplyDelete
Oh, it works after a fashion, but don't expect too much.
A good visual metaphor of the current economy too! All kinds of teaching value, Keith! Let's get some.ReplyDelete
those are nifty. the weirdest past of that video is the chicken squawks in the backgroundReplyDelete