you can keep your waterpistols.
i'm on that ray gun/blaster/cannon/boiler sh!t.
i want your old busted jauns,
because i'm trying to create some unique antiquey new hottness.
that's the truth.
but, well, yes, actually...
...i did use a couple of cheap waterpistols to do it.
i'm making things out of things,
and i'm using common items for imaginary science,
and inventive surreal physics and mechanics.
i am all about that, neighbors.
i'm building up a cache of cool-if-you're-lame-type tools.
i bought a dremel.
the good one.
all the bits, and twice as many pieces,
and even more speeds.
high and low, and super-duper-high,
and everything in-between on an incremental dial of dopeness.
it's the waterpistols.
check the teleport:
yes, i know it's not a cake.
i think sometimes you folks get the wrong idea about me.
i love guns, even pretend ones-
even fantastic creations based in the realm of a jules-vernian musing.
all guns is dope.
that's a true story, told truly.
that's a mostly the same watergun.
a hose, a lanyard, a recorder tip, a pvc ring rear sight,
the waterpistol water plug converted to a front sight,
epoxy 'rivets', and a thread spool make it expert though.
then i took the same style of squirtgun,
and chopped and altered it in different styles and poses.
y'gotta love a two-pack, friends.
because that means more and then a little bit more.
good stuff, for sure...
my daughters and i are in constant contact about this project,
and that's absolutely great news.
it's goggles and gauntlets for me and mine.
superior nerd activation, at a distance, is bringing us closer together.
cake and muffins doesn't even do THAT.
so yeah, y'all, just try to bear with me.
i'm creating family togetherness bonds for the children.
these little crafty crapshooters are something we're sharing,
and i'm sharing them with you, too.
you can't have one!
make your own.
there IS plenty of cake at the studio, though-
so you're welcome to come collect a slice of that;
never quiet, never soft.....