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    Lightbulb Useless Machine ... but I want one

    I love this, and want one so bad!

    Most useless machine ever
    Last edited by Khaymen; 23-Jan-2010 at 02:18.

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    There used to be banks made that way you would put a coin in a place on the machine and a hand would come out and take it in put it in the bank, I haven't seen a bank like that is at least 20 years.

    The owner of a bar I used to frequent had several as displays.

    Check the net for mechanical banks you may be able to find an original or a copy.

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    It is not a bank.
    It is a machine that turns itself off.
    That is all it does.
    It, like some of my friends, has no useful purpose and i like it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thisusernamewontfi View Post
    lol I thought this was going to be a picture of a Mac
    I see what you did there.

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    im afraid its not as useles you may think, it could be used to move somthing in a sertain distance that is needed to be exact, and with it closing its self makes it possible to remove it with out disterbing the object

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    I saw a tutorial not so long ago about how to build one of these. They are actually very simple to make if you follow the instructions. I plan on building one sometime.

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