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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by cafink, Feb 15, 2002.
I'm really curious.
Here's your answer.
I once completely "erased" an Etch-A-Sketch so I could see its inner workings. It's tedious, but less destructive.
Ha ha, I did that too, then I got scared when I saw what was actually inside!
BTW I also had a Skidoodle, which came out around 1980, which was about the same thing except it drew on a circle that you could rotate, and the control was a joystick-like thing. It worked the same way; I cleared the screen to see inside it too.
I always thought it was magic.
Useless bits of trivia ... thanks
Cant find any web articles or pics right now, but has anyone seen that guy that does etch-a-sketch protrates for like thousands of dollars, then he takes the etch-a-sketch apart and somehow makes it permanant.
wait, it may be this guy http://www.gvetchedintime.com/
"Some day, I'm going to grow up and make money with my Etch-A-Sketch, just you wait and see."