It’s funny how as a kid I expected little toy machines to *do* something if I added enough pieces.
I never did. I did build them for purposes, though. I made all kinds of lego buildings and toys for my pet mice, which inevetably got chewed to death and filled with poo, ruining my blocks. But they did serve a purpose, and look cool, for a time.
I as a kid mixed toothpaste, shampoos and toilet paper, and was absolutely satisfied with it as chemistry. I didn’t think chemistry involved something else happening until much later in school… Too bad I’d lost interest by then.
Mine always did something. They fell apart.
Millie is truely too brilliant or her own good
M as in Mad science – in the good, web comic way.
I thought Ozzy would know of MacGuffins – plot devices that advance the plot without ever doing anything or being used.
It could be a conversation piece, and that in turn could be a plot device.
Maybe it creates plots of land?
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