I only own a bicycle.
I have driven an M1 tank, for fun, when collocated with an armor unit. It’s a blast, really. Thing accelerates much faster that you’d think.Turns on a dime. Blasting through trees and shrubs is also tremendous fun. Shooting the big gun and hitting a target a mile away while on the move makes your groin swell and you start to grunt like Tim Allen on a “Men Are Pigs” comedy special.. ;-)
Do you think that if I gave Vachel 50 or 60 tons of steel wool that he’d knit me a tank?
The other night when putting my daughter to bed, she had me read her some of the “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not” book from 2006. In it, I saw this entry:
Viewers warm to the art of Canadian artist Janet Morton. Morton took to using yarn in her art in 1992 and has since decked out such unlikely things as animals, trees, and houses in her hand-knit creations. For one project, she knitted a sweater for a giraffe, a cap for a rhinoceros, and socks for an elephant in the Toronto Zoo. In another project, Morton dressed a house for winter, covering it with a ‘cozy’ made from more than 800 recycled sweaters. She has also knit warm garments for a TV, a chair, tables, and even a plant!”
Also, it reminded me of this little series of comic strips on knitting:
Great comic – I actually found Little Dee from a link that the author of Sheldon once posted.
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