My brother, William, was watching a do it yourself project on building a computer out of an XBox. Although, I don't consider myself a do it yourself dog, I consider myself to be a let the humans do it it for the dog kind ofdog., I found this one interesting. Projects take a lot of time from my napping schedul, but this one was worth staying awake Besides, I think Jeff would not appreciate coming home to see his game system in pieces. When I was a wee puppy,I chewed up his game controller (he has all the systems) so I have no idea which controller I chewed on, but I suspect it tasted like a PlayStation system. He got a new controller the next time he went to the store. .there. Flash my Dutch bunny pal, chewed up the new one. He said it tasted like an Xbox system, but what does a rabbit know about video game systems? I loved Flash, but the dog is always right! We had planned . attacks because Jeffwas spending entirely too much time playing games and not enough time with us pets. From that experience, I knew that Jeff is not happy when you destroy his game system.
I will admit that this project peaked my interest. However, I did not want to use Jeff's system so I used my doggy genius to build a computer out of things around the yard
I found.d a nice large pebble which is flat. I do not recommend using a
pointy rock because it could hurt your paws. I hit an owl over the head with a stome. I know this violates my "kill all birds" motto, but I did needed a brain for my computer. I put the bird in a cage. This is necessary because you don't want your " brain" flying away. .A stick makes a great stylus! I made a computer worthy of being sold in Bedrock. In fact, that Fred Flintstone has one on order.
Demon Flash Bandit ( Computer Building Dog)