Wednesday, March 14, 2007

How It's Made

The title of my post is the title of a show on the Discovery Channel which is the greatest show ever. It shows you the process that goes into making everything from kayaks to radiators. No matter what the product is, it's fascinating to see how it's made. I saw one where they show you how they make chickens. They incubated the eggs, hatched them, then sent millions of chicks on conveyor belts where they were sorted and dumped down chutes into containers to be taken to farms. I sat there in complete awe as I saw how plastic cups and cutlery were manufactured. I never thought that seeing a highlighter being assembled would entertain me so. But it did. Watch this show and you will be sucked in.


DO IT NOW!!!!

9 Comments:

At 6:06 AM, Blogger Josue' said...

DC is excellent! ESPN, Food Network and DC are the holy trinity of cable.....

I'll have peep that show.

 
At 9:03 PM, Anonymous J. said...

I have watched this show. It's very entertaining and you're astounded at how enthralled you could at how something that seems trivial is made...

 
At 9:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Modern Marvels is still my fav.

 
At 8:43 AM, Blogger Antonio said...

Future Weapons. So far they have showcased two weapons that I have worked on.

 
At 2:44 AM, Blogger The D said...

My favorite how it's made has got to be the rubber erasers.

Future weapons is a show for lowbrow republican nra gun nuts that jerk off to that bald headed caveman "shootin' dem big guns! Hyuck!"

They should show those weapons of war used on actual human beings. Better yet, show the bombs taking out civilians because we all know that is more likely to happen in war.

I once heard a woman say that if the news organizations broadcast actual images of what war does to people there would be no more war.

Humans never stop trying to find ways to kill each other. Makes me disappointed in humanity.

 
At 11:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

we've known how to destroy the world for decades. precision/tactical munitions are the name of the game now. not fullproof but more humane.

 
At 5:49 PM, Anonymous how it's made said...

next week there will be an episode showing the deposit process at a sperm bank

 
At 7:37 PM, Blogger Josue' said...

How predictable that d would hate on Future Weapons...There's always that kid sitting on the sidelines wishing he could just play with the big kids, but he hides behind the trees running his mouth. :p

Where is the next grass roots, leftwing pseudo-environmentalist convention taking place? I need to know so I can follow the rest of the lefty sheep....baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa..........

 
At 12:02 AM, Blogger The D said...

Boy, you might as well join the Marines because you are becoming more like your Father every day. Ooh-rah!

I can just hear him saying the same thing word for word. You truly are your Fathers son.

Baa.

 

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