Water you talking about one in a melon?

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Your fang my kin. My beak your head.

The greatest pizza order ever

…and you thought it would be a ONE sided contest, did you?

What is this wizardry you speak of? Everyone knows you can’t put a glowing lamp inside a clock!

The architecture of Buchwald’s industrial creation fuses his distinctive design principles with his vivid imagination. The steel-and-brass base of the clock, measuring 1.2 meters, displays insect-like limbs supporting the central body while steel brackets enclose the Nixie tubes like arms gripping time; flexible, tentacle-like tubing “nourishing” the Nixie tubes with energy and information is at the core of the composition.

Farny manufactures Nixie Machine II’s modern, vacuum Nixie tubes in his workshop in the Czech Republic. Each tube features a steampunk-like inner structure awash with honeycomb grids and tungsten wires smelted with glass lighting up filigree digits encapsulated in blown glass cylinders. {Read on}

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It’s one of those things you don’t see until someone puts it out for you and then when they do you can’t stop seeing.

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I think this guy is funny. Funnier than many of us. Sad though that this world has turned so much dumber.

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