If you've come home drunk a few times, you already know what you're going to need when you get there. The problem is that you're too drunk to actually deal with it just then. This guys knows himself well enough to do something about it. Show More Summary
The Post reports on the latest Republican machination as the House struggles to pass a health-care bill that looks less and less like repeal of Obamacare and more like a Rube Goldberg contraption to get this issue out of the House: Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) told the Associated Press that he is working on a […]
Watch as two balls, who play the role of two brothers, go to the rescue of their third brother who’s been trapped by a big and evil black ball. One of the most entertaining thing I’ve seen this week! [Via Neatorama] The post This Rube Goldberg Machine Movie is Better Than Most Action Flicks! [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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Thrill to the adventures of Biisuke, Biita and Biigoro as they race through a Rube Goldberg contraption with truly evil villains in pursuit
Remember Biisuke Ball's Big Adventure, a Rube Goldberg machine and theme song about a red ball trying to save his yellow and green brothers who were imprisoned by bigger, scarier balls? I did not, but apparently I wrote about it years ago. Show More Summary
In 2015, we wrote about the Japanese television series, Pythagora Switch, and their creative musical story “Biisuke Ball’s Big Adventure.” Footage has surfaced featuring part 2 of the adventurous series where a little red ball named Biisuke heads out into the woods to find courage acorns for its brothers Biita and Biigoro. The musical story […]
Most Rube Goldberg machines are designed to complicate a very simple task, but a Japanese TV show called Pitagora Suitchi—which translates to Pythagoras Switch—created an endlessly complex contraption to tell the story of two colored balls who have to rescue their trapped brother. Read more...
Over the course of Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, Our First 100 Days subscription compilation has been sharing one song every day to raise awareness for organizations at risk from his administration’s new policies. In February, Toro...Show More Summary
I was disappointed with LG’s first TV ad for the G6, as it did a poor job of showing of some its best features – the durable build in particular. Thankfully, the newest ad for phone is both informative and clever. Basically, LG built...Show More Summary
LG's history with advertisements hasn't exactly been strong, but they did manage to put together a cool concept for showing off their phone's durability.
The LG G6 can't really be called a rugged device, but it can definitely take a fair beating, which the company wants to demonstrate through a video of multiple units going through a Rube Goldberg machine.
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Your fave gender reveal cannot top this! Dad Vlogger Taylor Calmus of the Dude Dad channel and his wife are expecting a second child and they pulled off the gender reveal to top all others. Calmus, who obviously must have been the president of his high schools’ Odyssey of the Mind club, got his friends to... Read More »
Dad wants gender reveal to be "epic," so he builds a massive Rube Goldberg machine. What could go wrong?
While his wife was out of town one weekend, a dedicated dad spent three days creating a memorable “gender reveal” for their second child. Actor and comedian Taylor Calmus made a Rube Goldberg machine, a contraption known for its domino effects created by various smaller setups, to announce to friends, family and fans the sex of their second child. Show More Summary
Holy sht is all I can say right now, y'all. This Rube Goldberg machine gender reveal, which took Dude Dad Vlog's Taylor Calmus and his friends three days to set up, is going to blow your fcking mind. "It's March 12, 2017 - we're about to find out the gender of Theo's little brother or sister," Taylor starts the epic video. Show More Summary
NHK's children's show Pythagora Switch features fiendishly clever, astoundingly amusing interstitial segments with beautiful little Rube Goldberg machines, possessed of a Miyazakiesque whimsy and a Mujiesque minimalism. These are wonderful -- and at 30 seconds each, you can watch a whole ton of 'em. (more…)
A review of The Hunger Games: Mockingbird: Part II. And some Rube Goldberg machines.