Dude, Where’s My Caterpillar?

Dude, Where’s My Caterpillar?

I liked how the crane slowly chased down the mountainside after the Caterpillar already hit the bottom. At least it can’t run away anymore. Hopefully the crane will be enough to lift the Caterpillar out of whatever ditch it’s wound up in.

I wonder what would happen if the crane fell over too? Maybe they’ll have to bring in a slightly bigger crane to retrieve the original crane while it retrieves the Caterpillar. Or maybe this is one of those who will police the police? situations.

(Many thanks to our good friend Charles Schneiderfor sending this video our way)

One thought on “Dude, Where’s My Caterpillar?

  1. You’re talking slippery slope there mister Maine (pun intended)! Forget George Orwell, Theodor Seuss Geisel was the most prescient political observer of our time: “Oh, the jobs people work at! Out west near Hawtch-Hawtch there’s a Hawtch-Hawtcher bee watcher, his job is to watch. Is to keep both his eyes on the lazy town bee, a bee that is watched will work harder you see. So he watched and he watched, but in spite of his watch that bee didn’t work any harder not mawtch. So then somebody said “Our old bee-watching man just isn’t bee watching as hard as he can, he ought to be watched by another Hawtch-Hawtcher! The thing that we need is a bee-watcher-watcher!”. Well, the bee-watcher-watcher watched the bee-watcher. He didn’t watch well so another Hawtch-Hawtcher had to come in as a watch-watcher-watcher! And now all the Hawtchers who live in Hawtch-Hawtch are watching on watch watcher watchering watch, watch watching the watcher who’s watching that bee. You’re not a Hawtch-Watcher you’re lucky you see!” His only error was that all those watch watchers retire at 50 with full pensions…

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