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Step aside, Super Soaker. The one-time king of summer fun has officially been usurped by this custom creation from the folks behind Sugru. It looks like something Schwarzenegger used in an action film, but it’s instead designed for mowing down people with a harmless soaking.
Lonnie Johnson’s having a good week. The former NASA engineer just won $US73 million in a royalties dispute with the toymaker Hasbro for inventing the Super Soaker, the coolest toy you ever had growing up. The lawsuit also covered royalties for Nerf which Johnson also masterminded because he is awesome.
If you’re not big into the Olympics because track and field just doesn’t get you going, infamous pranksters Improv Everywhere have a nice alternative for you. Its latest MP3 experiment takes on the Olympic Games in a characteristically bewildering style.
The Super Soakers of yore were precision weapons. Small. Thin, accurate squirts. A continuous aquatic laser beam. No more. The Hydro Cannon acts just like it sounds – like a big arse cannon of water. It’s a crude, brutish instrument.