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trancetunes (moderator) 4 years ago
Quite an interesting contrast between old and new!
badboy007 4 years ago
Only in Japan.
ICdevil 4 years ago
i wish the video had a better quality to see all the detail.
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sbrucecaboose 4 years ago
there is acid in the japanese water system.
SjN 4 years ago
and what we don't know is that thing can also fly. so next time you see a UFO, you know where it came from.
woodhatch 4 years ago
Sounds sweet but what is the time?
JJCBigfoot 4 years ago
Interesting, but what time is it?
MrCarrots 4 years ago
Meanwhile in Japan......
AmazingNixxo 4 years ago
Homer would of loved one of those doughnut clocks!
c0mmanderKeen 4 years ago
Very impressive, and sounds good too
Nthr 4 years ago
A time measuring doughnut?
Sicone 4 years ago
there should be a favourite button on snotr
zf1 4 years ago
that is one weird looking clock
oranjina 4 years ago
Fantastic, but what time was it??
Bumfighter 4 years ago
next week U.S got a bigger one
asemanden 4 years ago
I fail to see the point since an atomic clock is far superior to any mechanical clock you can make, in short its a big waste of resources
huldu 4 years ago
Elsewhere in the world someone would destroy it in 2 hours. Sad isnt it.
VzlaBoy 4 years ago
Japan... The Future City...
wigglle 4 years ago
lockandload 4 years ago
looks like a mechanical doughnut
4 years ago
400 x 225 px
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