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Camera on model trainset when you have pet cat

RBMK

LE
Book Reviewer
Need one of these:
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That'll put the cat in it's place.
 
You have seen my nightmares and brought them to life, I am so sorry for giving you that half of a sleeping Patch, I didn’t know it would fcuk up your kidneys....
 

Wee Hawken

Old-Salt
Saw on another site, but guy has quite a good model train set and affixed a camera to the front of a locomotive car and the cat is quite surreal
Back in the olden days (well, 1990s), Bovington had a tank driver training simulator that was based on a camera on the end of sort of long arm-thingy suspended over a huge terrain model. The camera followed the ground closely and the images were shown on a screen in front of the driver. All well and good until the camera alighted on a small spider which would look like some huge tank-eating monster had arrived from outer space...

(this was all operated by a MASSIVE computer that filled an entire room - and probably had less computing power than a mobile phone)
 
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Best quote from the article: :cool:

The only downside to the video’s depiction of a giant cat-ruled world is that occasionally, as the clip demonstrates, our skyscraper-sized feline overlords may occasionally interrupt traffic by sitting in front of a train before lazily standing up to reveal a gross cat asshole the size of a billboard.
Reid McCarter
 
Best quote from the article: :cool:

The only downside to the video’s depiction of a giant cat-ruled world is that occasionally, as the clip demonstrates, our skyscraper-sized feline overlords may occasionally interrupt traffic by sitting in front of a train before lazily standing up to reveal a gross cat asshole the size of a billboard.
Reid McCarter
Shades of the old Ken Dodd joke:

"Did you know that the chap who invented the cats eyes road safety device got the idea when he saw a real cat looking head-on into his headlights? Good job the cat wasn't facing the other way, else he would have invented the pencil sharpener instead."
 
Shades of the old Ken Dodd joke:

"Did you know that the chap who invented the cats eyes road safety device got the idea when he saw a real cat looking head-on into his headlights? Good job the cat wasn't facing the other way, else he would have invented the pencil sharpener instead."
Bloke called Percy Shaw.
 

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