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Desc:An elaborate 100' long Rube Goldberg device that uses fire as a trigger in wonderful ways.
Category:Science & Technology, Arts
Tags:fire, Rube Goldberg, amazing chain reaction, the way things go
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Slow day at the firework factory?
This is very cool but they could have shortened some bits.
Caminante Nocturno
So, playing with fire is fun, safe, and educational. Is there anything my parents told me that wasn't an outright lie?
Der Lauf der Dinge! My middle-school puppetry teacher made us watch this thing, in it's entirety, every couple weeks. baleen, if I could bulb you for an ass-kicking find, I would.
Thatcher Pennywhistle
This is awesome, but -1 one star because it's not one take. This is a couple sections of a video that's probably 45 minutes long, all filmed in the same dirty warehouse.

Also middle-school puppetry teacher what?

After-school program. Three days a week, I'd trundle off to the local Park and Rec for utterly awesome classes, like puppetry and Medieval history and "How to be a Privileged Middle Class White Kid with Yuppie Parents" 101. The puppetry teacher was amazing, too: he operated second and third tier Muppets in some of the Muppet movies, used to host a public access show about science fiction, let us call him "Jim" instead of "Mr Whatever" (I don't even know if he ever mentioned his last name), and started every class by putting on old tapes of the Dr Demento show. He also weighed about 350lbs, wore the same black button-down shirt every single day, had hair like Weird Al, only greasy, and smelled vaguely of Cheetos and Sprite. In short, he was everything my 11 year old self wished I would grow up to be, and everything my 23 year old self likes to laugh at now.

I have the DVD; you can get it from Amazon. Took me a long time to find out the title, I'd seen in more than ten years previously. Great stuff.


no prob homes!

Plan B
Now THAT'S how you make instant ramen.
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