It’s coming back to me slowly. There was a lot of talk some time ago on UKfupped about Lenticular printing, but it seems to be evolving here now. I’m wasn’t sure what Epstein meant about the bandsaw and welder . . . kinda weird . . . so I followed the link and saw what it meant. I remembered UKfupped, but not the guy behind it all. All very strange to me now. He’s building a homemade Stirling engine generator.
That’s his business . . . but mine . . . virtual money . . . of the highest moral quality . . . and Lenticular is so much more difficult to counterfeit than basic printing. Even Google uses it for ID cards. I guess they want to see if an employee has eyes in the back of their head?
I can see it now . . . A big M rotates around to an E, then to a W, then to a 3. Money!
Even the Military uses . . . POGs . . . quite legal . . . but just a “collectible” for the general population.
Source: lenticular printing
But my son . . . I have a son!
When Epstein showed me a picture of my son on the wall, I flashed back to when he was little, walking to the bus with Mum, then . . . all of a sudden, a few Pokémon cards slipping out of his sock and onto the sidewalk. He got proper heck for taking the “banned” cards to school . . . I smiled quietly to myself.
I always taught him to be himself . . .
. . . and this was how he was doing it.
Source: smosh – pokemon theme song
Oh, do you know the current exclamation for the kids today . . . when things suddenly go well for them?
Epstein . . . you can do it . . . throw my name up there for donations . . . let the chips fall where they may . . . we have all the time in the world for this game to evolve.