Update #79, 8/18/2015 - In The Not Too Distant Future
Welcome to Msties Domain, the website of Toolmaster Jeff Zehnder.
This site is all about Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K), a television show that features three characters wise-cracking on low-budget films.
The site contains bot building guides, reflections on multiple MST Conventions and gatherings (including Gateway and a Cinematic Titanic live show), and 3D renderings of the bots and the SOL.
You'll also find a written MST fan-fic, how to create your own shadowrama, and more.
If you came here expecting a Quantum Leap page, please hit the back button now.
For the rest of us, get yourself a cup of Swiss Miss and enjoy.
The News (Brought To You By Jack Perkins.):
Good afternoon! Or evening, your mileage may vary, as they say.
I'm Jack Perkins, and this is Msties Domain, a wonderous internet pavilion of wonder.
You're invited to peruse all of the links here, but you should especially check out the Bot Building Page.
It's been updated and revamped to be harder, faster, stronger, and to provide easier access to the instructions necessary to build the robots of television's Mystery Science Theater 3000.
I sat down recently with the hopes of building my own Crow.
Think of it, a Jack Perkins Crow.
Unfortunately, I spilled my JB Weld all over my nightstand and my wife is giving me a look that suggests she is less than happy.
If only I could go back in time and put down a drop cloth.
Alas, life does not allow for such time travel devices.
I've engaged in many a long discussion with Stephen Hawking and Neil deGrasse Tyson on the subject, and it seems unlikely to come to pass.
While we would all like to travel through time to see the wonders of the future and witness great events of the past, such technology is unavailable.
But! There is technology to build the robots of MST3K!
Now they just need to invent something to remove JB Weld from finished wood.
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