Beat me to it.
First amendment actually doesn’t apply in this case as Mrs. Otterloop is not a member of congress and cannot pass laws.
I concur, band-aid and pencil.
Back in ’74 there was a book by Ted Nelson (who coined the phrase “hypertext”) called “Computer Lib”. Two books really – it was a large double-sided book; you flipped it over and the other side was called “Dream Machines”. Anyway, he basically talked about state-of-the-art computing as it was 45 years ago, and made a lot of predictions on where it was going. Some were spot on, some were wildly preposterous. I still dig it out every couple of years and read through it.
During the cold war the Soviets presented the American ambassador with a wall clock; it was, of course, bugged.
This, of course, is a variant of Calvinball, played with the Duluth rules.
How about an 1880 Morgan dollar in good condition?
Some years ago I was paying at the supermarket checkout and accidentally dropped some change. A nickel came to rest on edge like that. I was amazed, but the checker didn’t seem to appreciate how low the probability of that happening was. She just snapped her gum with a blank look on her face.
About 900. Think Rat-thuselah.