[Noisebridge-discuss] Origami car race @ noisebridge?
alcides888 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 10 21:32:24 UTC 2013
Hi Ari and Noisebridge. Looks like friday or saturday? At 1pm? Is this good
for people intereste in a paper car race?
On Apr 3, 2013 11:51 AM, "Ari Lacenski" <alacenski at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is a perfectly lovely idea, though the cyclist riot grrl in me
> quietly opines that cars are too violent yet. Maybe that's just the
> accident victim in me. I grew up stealing my brother's cub scout
> pinewood kerby kits and I support making model cars over assault
> rifles. And paper craft! Always.
> (Even more pacifist handcrafts: model bikes? paper flowers to stuff in
> the paper guns? Time to bust out the macrame, clearly.)
> If this happens I am +1 to be there and enthusiastically make and race
> cars. After the 9th. Because my famblee are also visiting.
> This would also be a superb exercise for the laser cutter and vinyl cutter.
> On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 5:08 PM, Alcides Gutierrez <alcides888 at gmail.com>
> > Anyone down for a car race next week? Make our own paper cars?
> > I have my nephew in town for a few weeks and hes been showing me some
> > paper designs. A cool fighter jet that actually flies quite well when
> > thrown. A nice assault rifle (bear with me) with "accurate" sights and
> > removable clips.
> > Trying to be a more positive influence (less war stuff!) so suggested
> > cars and he says we can make ones that roll. So how about a race?
> > I will bring some glue and paper and scissors. Will need a wooden board
> > something to make a sloped surface. Maybe we can use timers on
> > Whos up for this? Hes down to help guide us through the construction of
> > these paper cars.
> > Alcides Gutierrez
> > http://e64.us
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