- A Rube Goldberg machine is a chain reaction contraptoin designe to perform a sipmle task
- This Rube Goldberg machine was designed to make a real pizza and it works so well that pizza chefs are now obsolete
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I’m a sucker for a good Rube Goldberg machine. Likewise, I’m a normal person and would rank Pizza amongst my favorite foods. I also firmly believe that calling Pizza your favorite food is a waste of time because who in their right mind doesn’t love a good ‘za?
For anyone who isn’t familiar with the Rube Goldberg machine, it was created by Pulitzer Prize-winning American cartoonist Rube Goldberg back in the 1920s. It is a simple chain reaction machine designed to perform a specific task. One reaction causes the next and the next and usually at the end something silly happens.
In this case, there’s nothing silly about pizza other than the fact that I’m not eating it right now. It’s been weeks since I’ve had some Detroit-style deep dish and I’m overdue. All of these machines are cool but this one’s a cut above the rest.
Regardless of how you feel about this Rube Goldberg Machine, I think we can all agree that some restaurant in Miami, LA, or NYC could charge a fortune using this. Diners would pay hundreds of dollars for an elevated Pizza made by a simple machine as long as it included caviar, gold flake, and truffles.
As a matter of fact, I could be convinced to throw my life savings this idea and open the restaurant in Miami Beach next month. The new Silicon Valley transplants would be all over this idea, wouldn’t they? Maybe we will need to swap out a few of the parts (like the plastic comb) for something elevated but this is a guarnateed money maker in South Florida these days.