Posted by specialK June 11, 2012

Ok, I just saw a video that NASA employee Mark Robert has posted on YouTube. Mark shows us how to make a Super Mario glowing night kite. I'm loving this idea. It's pretty easy, affordable, DIY, and possibly illegal.  This has super awesome prank potential.  Mark uses the Super Mario image as an example. You can do what ever you like on a night kite. Let's check out his video.

As you can see in the video, you  may want to avoid the police.  Here is the follow up video for this one. In this video Mark gives us more details about how to make his night kite. Almost all of his images in these videos are great - ALMOST. I noticed some Yankee hating going on. I'm picking up that our friend Mark is a Red Sox fan. If I were a Red Sox fan, I'd hate too because the Yankees always come out on top & now Bobby Valentine is the manager of the Red Sox. HA ! 

Ok, back to the videos. Yo - Mark started it! Anyway, I'm looking forward to trying ths this summer. You guys should give it a shot & let us see the results. 



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