"The forgiveness machine was seven-feet long," she says, "with lots of  weird plastic bits and pieces. Heavy as hell." The idea was that you  wrote down the thing that you wanted to forgive, or to be forgiven for,  and a vacuum sucked your piece of paper in one end. At the other it was  shredded, and hey presto. "Forgiving is never as easy as we would like," she says. "Apparently quite a lot of people cried." - Karen Green

"The forgiveness machine was seven-feet long," she says, "with lots of weird plastic bits and pieces. Heavy as hell." The idea was that you wrote down the thing that you wanted to forgive, or to be forgiven for, and a vacuum sucked your piece of paper in one end. At the other it was shredded, and hey presto. "Forgiving is never as easy as we would like," she says. "Apparently quite a lot of people cried." - Karen Green

(Source: Guardian)

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    This sounds amazing. I may cry. Or try and engineer one of my own, which I think would be a bit more productive.
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