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Passive Aggressive Anger Release Machine smashes fine china, doesn't give your quarter back

Nilay Patel
06.10.08
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Proving that money can indeed buy happiness, artist Yarisa Kublitz's Passive Aggressive Anger Release Machine vends various fine china into a fine powder. We're confident there's a reason destroying a porcelain kitty costs $.25 more than a plain white vase, but we'll leave speculation on the deeper meanings of smashy time as an exercise for the reader. Essays are due Friday at noon in the main department box.

[Via MAKE]

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