Today Hannah and Ben are working on the ChickenBot that the hardware guys created. Physically, the hardware is perfectly capable of lifting a Tribble, but the programming looks like it will be more difficult. Right now there is plenty of talk of x and y coordinates… the bot needs to see the Tribble, get to the Tribble, then pick up the Tribble and eventually drop the Tribble. It sounds so simple; that’s when you know it’s tricky.
Anthony has decided to share his family recipe for Chex Muddy Buddies; the tradition is very sacred and we are honored that he would share it with us and take the effort to photocopy it from the Chex cereal box. They are delicious.
Anthony, Hannah, and I developed a plan as Mrs. Newcastle was putting the Pizza Rolls into the oven. We brought the container downstairs with a single frozen pizza roll and I put my dramatic experience to good use.
Me (shocked): “Anthony, is that the LAST Pizza Roll?”
Everyone: “what?? there were pizza rolls?”
Anthony: “last one.. who wants it?”
Tim: “I do!”
Liam: “No! Give it to me!”
So we decided to bake it anyway, with the rest of them, figuring that 350 degrees will kill all of the germs. Except, Liam says, ebola. No comment.
The “food dynamic” is quite fascinating; hoarding and hiding of food takes place frequently. Since the food stays on the hardware side of the room, the software guys typically don’t find it until most of it is gone. Luckily for me, I’m right in the middle so I can find all the food and participate in the hiding and hoarding, while feigning innocence.
What might be my favorite picture of all time: