Gifting kids such toys, will get them enthusiastic, excited and they would love the idea of having a robot as a gift for them. Exciting way to teach letters, number, and shapes. Buying them is worth the spending as they would give you serenity when you watch your children playing with these angry bird toy.
I recalled the Word Wars Documentary about the Scrabble tournament circuit.
It was heavily loaded up w production editing to make it viewable to the non-Scrabble audience. Our supercomputers are not yet powerful enough to do that type of Live/instant replay editing as seen on so many sports broadcasts.
Even when all that editing becomes possible, I would be curious which advertisers would back an A&A tournament broadcast.
Maybe a few from the the golf channel.
I do only two crazy things:
1. When a capital is about to be taken (like Germany itself) I sing about it when it survives repetitive onslaught. “Berlin! How you do it, how you do it! BERLIN!”
2. I roll the dice with the highest number on it. (Like if something lands on a 6, i’ll use that die, statistically it shouldn’t be a 6 for that roll)
Too bad I can’t do that on dicey! (How much I loathe dicey errr…)
I once wore one of my helmets, (my spanish civil war helmet “Taco”) it gives you a headache, thus ruining your concentration.
I used to own about 30 arcade machines in my home in the early 1990’s . I collected many of my favorites.
tailgunner ( cinamatronics- vector based)
Ripoff ( same)
atari football ( with the x’s and o’s and 4 players)
space fury ( sega)
i forgotten many of their names but theirs like a 100 other full size arcade machines that i used to have.
firepower ( pinball)