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So, you're heavily involved in the mad sciences, and want to start your youngster, junior clone, or Frankenstein's monster out with the right education, so that some day they may get a scholarship to participate in the illustrious Mad Science College Curriculum and eventually become a director on the
MSRC. We have the perfect educational toy: the Junior Mad Scientist Research Set comes with samples of every element, including all radioactive isotopes with a reasonably long half-life.
1 Bunsen burner
2 pairs of forceps
1 Mr. Potatohead
1 eyeglass w/chain
1 voucher for a container of cattle-brains from your local butcher
1 scalpel with replacement blades
1 Dremel Tool,
3 lightning rods
1 set of Craftsman Jumper Cables
1 Casio SA-67 keyboard with 'pipe organ' sound
4 leather tie-down straps and buckles,
assorted beakers, test tubes, spiral tubes, and glassware
assorted neck-bolts and hardware
1 'Stitch-Up-Dolly' Sewing Kit
2 rolls of duct tape
1 set of plans for a VandeGraff Generator
1 project guidebook with introductory project ideas
1 notebook for your own creations
1 feather pen.
1 copy of 'How to convert your basement into a dungeon'
1 copy 'Gray's Anatomy'
1 copy Nuclear Physics for Dummies
1 copy 'Easy Tudor Organ Music'
Also included: Complementary lifetime membership in the Halfbakery, and a 2-year subscription to 'Popular Mad Science.'
Ground shipment available only.
The Council [RayfordSteele, Apr 28 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
The College Course
[RayfordSteele, Apr 28 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||n.b. you spell lightning the way I always want to. you have lightening rods but you are missing Rod's knife switches and that is a MUST HAVE in my book
||Thanks po. How could I have forgotten the switches? <fixed>.
||All profits go to support the MSRC.
||you are quick, I worry about that in a man.
||If an older-edition kit were made, maybe a home-study course could be developed, like those Heathkit sets. Hmm... maybe I'll change the name...