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Which pin deserves to be preserved in a time capsule for all eternity?


By Frippertron

2 years ago



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#6 2 years ago

They would more interested in EMs I think. All the wires and mechanical relays and springs...

#17 2 years ago

Four million B.C, dinosaurs? They'll think we're idiots.

#32 2 years ago

Maybe Gottlieb's 1950 'Just 21'. It has a rocket on the cabinet, and our first rockets were launched in 1950. They'd see the cabinet art along with all the mechanical components inside and probably laugh. But they'd say, "This is when they started thinking big".
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#40 2 years ago

Speak for yourself, now. Jk. I guess they might give us some pity for our condition.

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