The extremely occasional blog of Colleen Lindsay, professional nerd, cat herder, publishing optimist, and sartorial tragedy.
That. Was. Amazing. I am eternally grateful!!
Good thing I'm done working for the evening, as I now have to go share this with everyone I know.Awesome find.
You're right. That changed my life. Probably the most amazing usage of time I've ever seen.I'm not kidding. :-)
That was so many degrees of awesome. Wow! I love the amazing use of materials--all office/home stuff. So cool!
Art for art's sake, in the truest sense. Thanks for this. Joyful!
Damn it. Why don't I have that sort of time on my hands?
I haven't been on the edge of my seat like that watching a movie in years. And now I know how to keep my kids busy for the rest of spring break.
Wow, somebody was bored senseless. j/k LOL That was great and quite a distracting two minutes. Thanks for posting it! =)
Oh my gawd. I am WAY beyond impressed. That was fantastic!
Rube Goldberg would be proud.
Someone help my get my jaw off the floor. Awesome!Thanks for the link. :)
You mean people actualy make those things, cool.
Now I need a cream egg.
uh, let's be honest, here. at least 8 minutes, because who, after all, didn't watch it three times in a row.
Wow! That was absolutely awesome! Trying to get my brain awake enough to write this morning, I thought maybe I needed a refreshing video to watch, and thought about visiting YouTube. Then I stopped by this blog. That video was perfect - much more awake now.Recently, I saw a movie like that in a modern art museum. A huge crowd stood riveted to the spot, waiting to see what would happen next. It was very cool.
But what about the poor creme egg? It seems such a senseless killing...
I usually just lurk here, but that deserves recognition: Bravo!Brings back memories, it does, of the old Ideal Mouse Trap game, that only worked about 30% of the time once you got all the pieces in place...
Mr. Goldberg would be proud.Sex Mahoney for President
Actually, I was in an airport a few years back (Philadelphia International, I think) where they had a bunch of those set up behind plexiglas, each one set to be reset by a bit of clockwork. Very fun and soothing to watch while waiting for a plane.
My kids thank you immensely! That was awesome!
Where do you find these things? That was great! Thanks.~jon
so that's what happens when you get laid off...
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