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The Automatic Lumberjack of the Future

By Matt Novak on Paleofuture, shared by Brian Barrett to Gizmodo

The Automatic Lumberjack of the Future

In the 1950s Americans were obsessed with push-button convenience. The future promised push-button meals, push-button cleaning, and even push-button schools. But this 1955 ad for ball bearings imagined something even weirder for the world of tomorrow: the push-button lumberjack. And amazingly, it was a vision that was delivered on.

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