If you’re a fan of “Who’s on First?”, then you’ll love At the Bar, a modern take on the classic comedy routine:
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The Purdue Society of Professional Engineers is claiming to have built the largest functional Rube Goldberg Machine in the world, with a 300-step process that blows up and pops a balloon:
While I’d argue that the ‘largest’ Rube Goldberg Machine is most likely the Life Size Mousetrap, it’s still impressive to see all 300 steps work in order to perform one simple task!
What’s better than a 20,000 piece LEGO set that depicts Tatooine, Endor, Hoth, and the Death Star from Star Wars?
A 20,000 piece LEGO set that depicts Tatooine, Endor, Hoth, and the Death Star from Star Wars, and also plays the Star Wars theme:
It doesn’t get much better than that!
For a look at how they did it, check out:
And to play it yourself, visit Builders of Sound.
I’m still singing verses from Lazy Sunday, so when Andy Samberg and Chris Parnell returned for Lazy Sunday 2, it was guaranteed to be a hit. Thankfully, the duo didn’t disappoint:
When you’re reading a book, you probably don’t think about what it takes to turn each page.
But what if you could turn each page turn into an event?
That’s what Joseph Herscher has done with The Page Turner, a Rube Goldberg machine that lets you sip coffee while waiting for the page to turn, and let the machine take care of the rest.