I like Rube Goldberg machines a lot, so I've been watching a bunch of them in action on YouTube. Which is pretty cool.
You know what's NOT "pretty cool?"
Folks who make digital versions of Rube Goldberg machines with their computers and then put them on YouTube. Rube Goldberg machines are neat because you get to see it all clicking before your eyes with the possibility that things could go awry, but with a computer-generated Rube Goldberg machi
(Um, I honestly got so annoyed by these fake Rube Goldberg machines that I didn't want to write about them anymore. I'm cranky now and don't want to finish this blog. They're that stupid to me. Bye)