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  • barbara.k.ige

    This was brilliant. I always love Rube Goldberg-y contraptions, but yours, with the homespun style was fantastic. I agree with Renee Solorzano, I would love to see the making of as well. It would be fantastic to teach to children of all ages. It teaches team work, engineering, vision, movie making, but mostly FUN! You name it, it's in here! Thanks!

  • Barbara Soalheiro

    it made me wonder: why do we love this kind of stuff? is it because it gives us the sensation that everything is so intrinsically connected and every action has a reaction (like a materialization of the butterfly effect)? or is it only that we keep thinking: gosh, someone really bothered to make this huge complex thing work!

    • Ryan MacInnes

      I'd have to go with the latter. But then again most people are much deeper than I.

    • Renee Solorzano

      I'm more on the end of, how much time did they spend on this??? I'd like to see a "making of" for one of these videos.

      • Douglas Sellers

        That must have taken a 100 hours to setup and get to work. Who has that kind of time?

  • Kelli Rotstan

    That would be very annoying to reset.