doctorow at December 19th, 2013 15:33 — #1
stefanjones at December 19th, 2013 15:48 — #2
Shrine to Elder Gods, with Raspberry Pi providing unearthly sounds and flashes of light.
Fog machine, and small LCD screen displaying howling purple vortex to another plane.
mujokan at December 19th, 2013 15:49 — #3
The cabinet of curiosities has a long history. Furniture expert John Bly of the Antiques Road Show said that the modern sense of a political cabinet of ministers came from the closeness of friends that you would allow to see what you'd collected in your cabinet, a few hundred years ago.
raybert at December 19th, 2013 16:03 — #4
That's odd, I used to have a cabinet full of ministers in the basement.
But seriously, this is nice. I'd like to build something like it, but I could never bring myself to saw so many books in halve. Even really crappy ones.
chickied at December 19th, 2013 16:36 — #5
I would like to elect myself for adoption by this man. Mom, Dad, I love you guys but seriously, where is my cabinet of curiosities??? Hmmm???
old at December 19th, 2013 16:47 — #6
ohbejoyful at December 19th, 2013 23:43 — #7
Can we have a check-back in 20someodd years to see what type of marvelous adult this child becomes?
retepslluerb at December 20th, 2013 03:59 — #8
knackfloh at December 21st, 2013 06:12 — #9
OTOH they just encouraged you to build yourself a cabinet to hide your curiosities from them.
doctorow at December 24th, 2013 15:33 — #10
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