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Polar Express Volume Modification
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Backwards Alarm Clock
I'm not sure I remember where it came from. All locks I used were already there - some from our bikes, others from shed and school lockers. There's an example:https://www.homedepot.com/p/Master-Lock-Set-Your-Own-5-Dial-Word-Number-Combination-Padlock-1534DHCHD/202260776
Sign language letters: R, B, T. That leads to the letter/digit lock with password "R0B0T" (where 0=zero in a 'compuer' slashed manner).Money box lock: 314 ("piece of pie", π=3.14...).Main lock says "RISK".
We had four groups of players. Kids 8-10, kids 8-13, young adults and academics (university profs). All players had fun, younger kids used more hints, young adults used more time, and the fastest cracker was a 13 y.o. air cadet who literally knew Morse code by heart.
This is amazing!!! And the tools are cool, too. Where do they come from?
This is so NEAT!!! Thanks for sharing!
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Superbe! Ça paraît incomplet quand même. Il me manque la vidéo du robot en marche.
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Live Off the Land : Survive With Edible Weeds
We have a similar device in our backyard for several years already, so I'd estimate a bin this large for a medium/large dog like ours (lab mixie) would last for about a year, a year and a half, depending on food (dry food leads to way more poop than homemade). Also, from my experience, you'd want a totally open unobstructed bottom to dig the bin out of the ground easier when you need to, so the contents stay in the ground and you just pull the bin. Anyway, having such thing in your backyard is a great idea!
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This is absolutely adorable! Thanks for sharing!
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Plywood Math Machine
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kitchen tips and tricks
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