November 16, 2003

Rob Makes Stuff

Rob makes stuff, and he shows it all on his "Cockeyed" website. That kind of stuff does he make? Metallic wings, burning cat sculptures, wild halloween costumes, a hypno-wheel...

This guy is an artist, a craftsman, and a great source of ideas and inspiration. Makes me wish I had found his site before Halloween.

You could spend hours on the rest of Rob Cockerham's website, which includes all sorts of stuff I wish I had done.

If your eyes are tired, then just listen to the NPR interview. Scroll down to "How Much Is Inside."

Posted by James at November 16, 2003 12:58 PM
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(that wasn't meant to downplay any of the seriousness in your post, only to say that morning does bring a different perspective.)

Posted by: beth at November 17, 2003 11:22 AM

and let's observe that lack of caffeine can make for posting errors, shall we? ;) should have gone with the one above.

Rob's site is great. i think he did something with bacon bits that caught my attention. all sorts of interesting things over there, that's for sure.

Posted by: beth at November 17, 2003 11:24 AM

I didn't see it as downplaying at all. And I agree about breakfast. I think people are more likely to eat a comfort food for breakfast than at other meals.

I wouldn't feel right eating a big stack of maple syrup-dripping pancakes for dinner, but it fits right in with breakfast.

Hmmm. Maybe I should re-evaluate not eating pancakes for dinner... if I didn't think the claoric consequences would be dangerous.

Posted by: James at November 17, 2003 11:50 AM

We used to have pancakes for dinner once in a while when I was a kid. Mom liked to make them, but wasn't really up to it first thing in the morning, so we had them PM instead.

Posted by: julie at November 17, 2003 12:35 PM

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