Rainy Day Cat Hunting Apparatus

October 25th, 2002  |  Published in Uncategorized

Via Doc Searls we learn of the paper dart site. From here, we learn that given some copper tube and a copy of Newsweek, a paper dart blowgun is easily made. We also learn that toothpicks in the tips of our darts can stick in trees from 10 meters, self-striking matches will ignite when used as a dart payload, and that sewing needles might provide a good way to deliver poisons.

As I sit typing this, I’m eyeing Roy as he eyes a house plant he probably ought not be nibbling, and I’m thinking the traditional plant-mister solution to long range disciplinary strikes is passé.

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