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The Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine

Behold the ‘Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine‘, a delightful Rube Goldberg-style contraption by inventor and retired airline pilot Peter Browne. Along with his friend Mervyn Huggett, Browne spent 1,000 hours over the course of three months on this machine, which makes tea, coffee, toast, a soft boiled egg, and provides the morning paper.

What would your Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine serve up? And how?

Next, watch: Joseph Herscher’s The Dresser and The Billows Feeding Machine, a 1936 clip from Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times.

via Treehugger.

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