Dammit, John


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  • Shivers

    Also, “Intelligent” would have been to carve them into cylinders, which would allow easy rolling without the wasted time to make a full sphere.

    • Inaba

      a hand carved cylinder would veer off course every few steps tho

      • Shivers

        I suppose that’s true. I still think it’d get close enough to be acceptable, though.

      • The People’s Poet

        So would a hand carved sphere, but I mean, both are bad idea…Just place the large square on a board with wheels. If you can’t get one of those, use a rope to make a harness to pull the block.

        • Flingebunt

          Or do that the ancients did, pack stuff around the cube to make it into a cylinder, roll it to the destination and then remove that packing.

        • Rev. Analbumcover

          The difference is, a sphere can roll in any direction so it’s easy to course-correct. A cylinder can only roll in one direction (two if you count reverse) so you have to rotate it along its vertical axis to turn it, which requires sliding it. Probably doable, but a lot more of a PITA than changing the dir. of a rolling sphere. Also, done by hand, these things would not be even close to round and would probably be larder to roll than just flipping the cubes would be.

  • brujah1381

    Why is no one putting these things on pallets and using a pallet jack or a fork lift to move them around?

    • rick

      Because that defeats the purpose of marketing cutting corners (literally) as being good, intelligent work ethic.

  • BearnieZardoz

    The right response to that “inspirational” bullshit.

  • Richard Rejmer
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