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December 4, 2009

Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction – Review

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Thanks to the book publisher for sending us a copy of Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction for review. It brings back memories of high school hijinx. This book by John Austin is packed with over 200 pages of fun weapon build guides. It is actually meant for office warriors but I am sure a home office will work just as well. 🙂 In the first section of a project there is a list of items you need to raid the office supply cabinet for. Common items needed are tape, paperclips, pencils, pens, binder clips, popsicle sticks and rubber bands. You are then told what tools are needed to make the project, most things would be at hand in the common office. Finally there are well illustrated pictures that show the steps needed to build the project. There are lots of launching projects where you can share the fun with your office mates. Flip to the end of the book to find targets that can be photocopied to hang up and keep track of who is the best office warrior!



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5 Responses to “Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction – Review”

  1. Berni Says:

    Oh that reminds me of elementary school when i hacked pens and stuff to shoot things.

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Berni,

    I remember making blow darts with some yarn and a pin from home economics class. A pen was then used to shoot it. The bulletin board served as our targeting area.

  3. Mike D Says:

    I remember making “wasps” out of paperclips and shooting them with rubber bands. Not safe at all.

  4. multiple monitor Says:

    Where was this when I was in school? I would have tore it up!

  5. Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction 2 – Review - Hacked Gadgets – DIY Tech Blog Says:

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