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YouTube user yz85zak says the entire house light show was rigged up with help from his dad and is located in Meridian, Idaho. He write,:
"ALSO.... No, my electric bill isn't that high, I'm on level pay all year for it so it's cheaper. And no, my neighbors don't hate me, in fact, almost everybody within a 10 mile radius LOVE the light show, And no, I don't have anything against people with epilepsy.... I just enjoy making my lights flash a lot ;)"
"Why this product?
Durable, functional and weighted like a bullet, this brass sharpener earns its keep with minimal effort.Little more than a rotating brass knurl, a sharp stainless steel blade, a couple of screws and a sculpted hunk of solid brass, it manages to do more with less. A turn of the knurl produces three kinds of points: a sharp one for fine and precise lines, a medium one for letter-writing, and a rounded one for sketching and shading."
Faced with the dilemma of different pencil-sharpness needs for different tasks, a group of German engineers in the 1950s developed this functional, no-nonsense tool. It was the first of its kind, and is produced by Dux, a company that’s been making pencil sharpeners out of their German factory for a hundred years.
Weird 'snot' created by Noda Akira for Make Tokyo Meeting 07, which is an LED inserted in your nose that lights up when you breathe. Akira's nose light uses a small temperature monitor attached to an electrical circuit that fits into his nostril. Akira says that the device feels like "dried snot", and adds that it is possible to wear two at once...
"I created this work, inspired by the Egyptians and the so called Arab spring. The visual starting point is the Molotov cocktail that has been the weapon of choice for the protesters. There is a connection in any conflict between the combatants."