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MocOlympics R1 entry: "Science Experiment"
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"My Teddy bear is a good bear, it's a shame he's not alive. hmmm, shame he's not alive? HAH!"
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Day One, August 5th, 2010- I began work on the core for my positronic reactor today. It took me so long to scrounge up enough Einstinium for it, I should go into quite a fit of rage should it not work, of course, it won't. Heh.

Day Four, August 9th, 2010- The core and casing being complete, I assembled the positronic reactor. I watched the gas inside being manipulated and bolts of electricity began bouncing around the casing, filling the reactor with light.



Day Five, August 10th, 2010- I connected the reactor to the operation tables electricity system, allowing any device (stuffed animal, in my case) connected to the table to be filled with sufficient energy to power it.


Day Six, August 11th, 2010- With the reactor complete, I began focus on the operatee. I brought a skeletal system and the all important brain to be inserted into my Teddy. Incisions were made in tactical areas, and the bear was equipped with everything necessary to allow speach, movement and thought. Exhausted, I stumbled into my bed to rest for the next day.

Day Seven, August 12th, 2010- I spent the day insuring that everything was in order for the activation, and went to dinner at my favorite resturaunt with a friend from the University in preperation for tomorrows event.

Day Eight, August 13th, 2010- No! NO! The bear shed its operation robe, and began repeatedly squeeling "Jub jub! Jub jub! Jub jub!" Something was wrong with the brain! What terrible beast was this!? My bear? NO! This creature was driving me to insanity!

Day Nine, August 14th, 2010- "Jub jub!"

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Comments

 I made it 
  October 12, 2010
Quoting Lea Khan I accept your challenge good sir! And to make it official, here is the link to the Challenge room, as per the rules: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=14070&topicid=58625
Excellent!
  October 12, 2010
I accept your challenge good sir! And to make it official, here is the link to the Challenge room, as per the rules: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=14070&topicid=58625
 I made it 
  August 18, 2010
Quoting Lee Jones I have been asked to break a seven way tie between you and six other players with only three spots available. As such I am taking a binary approach to the vote you either get a one or a zero. A one means you move on, a zero means you do not. Your score is ZERO (0) sorry you do not move on. Lee.
Shame. Who did?
  August 17, 2010
I have been asked to break a seven way tie between you and six other players with only three spots available. As such I am taking a binary approach to the vote you either get a one or a zero. A one means you move on, a zero means you do not. Your score is ZERO (0) sorry you do not move on. Lee.
 I made it 
  August 14, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio Don't worry, I don't think you lost much in terms of score. There's a simple option in the "upload your pictures" window, allowing you to choose between different layouts. Usually, when posting a story, people choose the biggest one.
Ah. Thank you for not subtracting points.
  August 14, 2010
Don't worry, I don't think you lost much in terms of score. There's a simple option in the "upload your pictures" window, allowing you to choose between different layouts. Usually, when posting a story, people choose the biggest one.
 I made it 
  August 12, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio As I'm commenting the images for this MOC have not been processed yet (update in progress), but I can already see that you're posting a story, and you're trying to either kill my eyes with those tiny pics, or to break the rythm of your own story by making me enlarge every single picture. Not a great plan. I'll be back to judge it as soon as the update is complete, you're a decent builder and I can't wait to see what you cooked up.
I apologize for the small pictures. I'm afraid I don't know how to change how large the image appears when you're looking at the creation.
 I like it 
  August 12, 2010
Good for 5 points.
  August 12, 2010
Score = 4
 I like it 
  August 11, 2010
Coulda taken the build a bit further but overall not bad. 6 points. ~ Chris.
  August 11, 2010
As I'm commenting the images for this MOC have not been processed yet (update in progress), but I can already see that you're posting a story, and you're trying to either kill my eyes with those tiny pics, or to break the rythm of your own story by making me enlarge every single picture. Not a great plan. I'll be back to judge it as soon as the update is complete, you're a decent builder and I can't wait to see what you cooked up.
 
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