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    This Business Makes Cliches Into Real Objects

    Take it with a grain of salt. Literally.

    What if you didn't have to choose between rock, paper, and scissors?

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    Thanks to the RoShamBusiness, you don't have to.

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    The business, whose name was inspired by an alternate name for Rock-Paper-Scissors, is a company that makes things. Literally.

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    This is a grain of salt (to take things with).

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    This is tree bark, engraved with the sound of a tree that fell in a forest when no one else was around.

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    Seriously—they rigged a system to make a tree fall down, then recorded it without having a human present.

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    And then, of course, there's the sandwich with everything.

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    As in literally everything. As in they put two pieces of bread on antipodes of the earth at the same time.

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    Yes—that means you were in a sandwich without knowing it.

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    If you still don't get it, this is the employee training video—it'll show you the ropes.

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    Whether the business has any employees is unclear, and also beside the point.

    But what is the point?

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    According to the RoShamBusiness Kickstarter:

    "Objects don't make us happy. Not really, anyways. We all know that. But we still forget sometimes.

    The RoShamBusiness is about taking ideas that have real meaning - paradoxes and contradictions, especially - and cramming them into things we recognize as consumer products.

    Why? The meaning behind the ideas gets messed up in weird ways. Funny ways. Thought-provoking ways. Hopefully ways that make us question why we want to own things in the first place."

    It's kinda like self-aware capitalism.

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    You can help the RoShamBusiness deal with regular capitalism by donating here.