"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
You know, I find this kind of thing fascinating. At the end, I have a real sense of satisfaction as though I actually did it myself, although I clearly lack the skills and the patience. I have the cabinet for the television that I grew up watching in the 50s sitting in the garage now waiting to be restored. I’ve watched numerous videos on how to do it, but oddly it remains in the same condition. In this video, it all gets done quickly and there’s no mess to clean up. Brownies at the end is a nice creative touch, but I’m still left wondering why anyone would want that rinky-dink oven.
… … but I’m still left wondering why anyone would want that rinky-dink oven.It’s a child’s toy. Those were popular back when children weren’t being indoctrinated into donk voting machines.And, yes, very nice work! I’m amazed that the heating element still worked, as roached as that toy was. The guy has a deft hand.
Granddaughter Maggie has a kid's oven - not that one, but something not too dissimilar. She made some good brownies with it (although not in the quantity I would typically require).
Alas, there are never enough brownies in the world!The later designs of those ovens switched from a heating element to a 60 watt light bulb. That seemed to work, but was lacking class in some ways.
Yeah, I think Maggie's has the light bulb. I guess somebody figured out that heating elements and kids probably don't mix.
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