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Engineer sabotages porch pirates with glitter bomb trap, spray spray and record it

(KUTV) &#821 1; "Tis the Season" – of packet jewels. For an engineer with a YouTube channel – who did undergraduate education at BYU – the frustration of losing a package became an opportunity to shine those who were willing to take things outside the porch. Mark Rober's video moved a nerve with the public as well, rising to No. 1 on YouTube's trending list, collecting more than 9 million views in a single day – and counts fast. At first glance, it seems hard to believe that someone could build a glitter bomb that would spread sparkling goodness and experience the experience when Porch Pirates finally opens that package and allows Rober to restore the image material. After all, the glittering of the glitter would be lost without sight of the apparent thieves. However, as he explains in his video, he outperformed these design challenges and created a package that captures video from four sides of a box that then sparkles glittering into the apparent thieves cars or homes, glittering that bombs their personal lives. Rober added a speed spray from the package to add insult to damage in 11-minute video. "You're just kind of sensitive," he said to have packages removed from the porch. "When they open the package, I just want to celebrate their choice of profession with a shining cloud." As online shoppers collect their Christmas presents in the last days of shopping, the idea of ​​viewers who shared and watched and looked and looked looked…

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1; “Tis the Season” – of packet jewels.

For an engineer with a YouTube channel – who did undergraduate education at BYU – the frustration of losing a package became an opportunity to shine those who were willing to take things outside the porch.

Mark Rober’s video moved a nerve with the public as well, rising to No. 1 on YouTube’s trending list, collecting more than 9 million views in a single day – and counts fast.

At first glance, it seems hard to believe that someone could build a glitter bomb that would spread sparkling goodness and experience the experience when Porch Pirates finally opens that package and allows Rober to restore the image material. After all, the glittering of the glitter would be lost without sight of the apparent thieves.

However, as he explains in his video, he outperformed these design challenges and created a package that captures video from four sides of a box that then sparkles glittering into the apparent thieves cars or homes, glittering that bombs their personal lives. Rober added a speed spray from the package to add insult to damage in 11-minute video.

“You’re just kind of sensitive,” he said to have packages removed from the porch. “When they open the package, I just want to celebrate their choice of profession with a shining cloud.”

As online shoppers collect their Christmas presents in the last days of shopping, the idea of ​​viewers who shared and watched and looked and looked looked at.

In the captured recordings, Rober shares in his video, most of the thieves pee cuss words and get rid of the package – but after the glitter divider has already been recorded, the movie sent the cloud to laughter and subsequent.

The rober’s YouTube page has an “about” section that says he studied at BYU and then gained a master at the USC.

“I worked for NASA JPL for 9 years, of which 7 worked with Curiosity Rover (I made a video about what you should do to make sure it’s my favorite on all my videos).”

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