I found it entertaining to have your creation half way destroy yourself, but still manage to limp to the finish on the ones that required you to get somewhere. One wheel dragging a stump, or one of the buzz saw blades pulling your busted machine to victory! Even better when ti was a random pair of saw blades spinning like mad that kills the last guy!
@maestroredd said: So it seems to me like the trend of the day is to rag on popular culture, millennials, and the way the world is going.
Replace "millennials" with the name of whatever the latest generation of kids was and you've described approximately every point in time in recorded history. At least from a pessimist's point of view. There are always those who look on the brighter side as well.
I'm inclined to agree with this. Depending on who you are and your personal perspective, you could say one way or the other just as easy as the next person. Even I have days where I question it, one second I'm seeing some amazing scientific advancement, proud of what we as a species can accomplish. And then I'm seeing the barbarism of ISIS/Boko Haram and the continuing failings of our various governments to do even the simple, unquestionably right things and it makes me wonder how the hell we do it some times.
I've had more fun with this 6 dollars then I have any other in a while. And that video is pretty ridiculous. I thought I was getting creative with my little stabby spike machine on wheels. My favorite bit is when I under engineer something and it just blows itself apart under it's own strength, which is just about all the creations I make.