If energy needs to be saved, there are good ways to do it.
                                                               Government product regulation is not one of them

Sunday, August 12, 2012

The Magic of Incandescent Light Bulbs...

Yes incandescent bulbs can be magical, with their twinkling transparescence in lanterns or chandeliers, for example.

But they can be magical in more ways than one.
Say Hello to Uncle Fester and his Shiny Bulb... no his other one!

Seems you can make your own magic bulb,
by hollowing out a regular incandescent bulb.

Would like to see this tried with a fluorescent bulb!
No actually kids, don't try that at home...

(originally a decent bright incandescent flashlight bulb was used, the video suggests a LED)

The Shock Effect can also be enhanced!

One of the great dangers of this toy is that the bulb base was not reverse threaded.
This allowed the 1.5 volt battery operated bulb to be easily screwed into any 110-115 Volt lamp socket!
Knowing this toy might cause a possible fire or electrocution would most certainly evoke a sly smile on the faces of the entire Addams clan.

Sure to electrify any party then....
From the Spookshows website, as embedded below



Legal Affairs, US Government said...

Dear Mr Fester Addams

It has come to our attention that you
are engaged in the process of manufacture and distribution of light bulbs illegal under section 321 of Energy Act 70003412 of 2007.
Kindly cease and desist even if you are deceased and diseased.

Seeking your compliance forthwith

Federal Government

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