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  1. This is a real working operation game. It took alot of time but I was very please with the outcome of it. I took a cut out of my upper body made out of cardboard and set up the boxes (which are made out of aluminum baking pans) cut holes in cardboard to hold boxes then attached this to an oversized shirt.

    Then I cut out the pieces of red felt and lines inside of boxes and around edges to clean it up and make it look neat. I cut out game pieces from cardboard and put velcro on back of game pieces on inside box so they come out. Then I took felt and wrote out operation and cut those out and attached with glue.

    Then came the wireing which I had some help with from my boyfriend. I purchase am operation game which we took apart to use the buzzer and light up nose piece. He attached wire to each box, attached to led light for nose, and use a pair of tongs which he wired and brought all those together to connect to main box which made it work so that when you touched tongs to box to get piece out and touched the edge the buzzer would sound and the nose lit up. We also repeated process for bottoms.

    Comment by angi - November 10, 2008 @ 5:02 AM

  2. looks like someone figured out how to cheat on here.

    Comment by guilty - November 11, 2008 @ 5:26 AM

  3. CHEATER!!!

    Comment by honesty - November 11, 2008 @ 5:50 AM

  4. you are AMAZING! you APPEARED OUT OF NOWHERE with 444 votes. i went to sleep and woke up and you had 546 votes!!! IF YOU ARE GOING TO CHEAT (WHICH YOU ARE!!!!) WHY BE SO OBVIOUS??? AND WHY RUIN THE CONTEST FOR PARTICIPANTS PLAYING BY THE RULES?????

    Comment by fair and square - November 11, 2008 @ 6:03 AM