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Jul 25 2012 11:50am
None of Einstein’s Theories Could Explain His Marionette

None of Einstein’s Theories Could Explain His Marionette

Well, more accurately they couldn’t explain why he had one. Snark aside, the puppet was part of a 1931 show by the Yale Puppeteers, who came to perform at the Teatro Torito in Los Angeles. Einstein caught a performance and had a picture taken with it by his friend Harry Burnett. (He also teased that the puppet needed to be more fat and stuffed paper up the puppet’s front shirt to achieve the desired effect.)

We found the picture in a collection of awesome photos of Einstein recently compiled by Buzzfeed. Witness him standin’, chillin’, smokin’, boatin’, and more. It’s a surprisingly serene experience.


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soula
1. soula
I commissioned another artist to make a marionette of me. The story behind it is told here:
http://www.pudendalnerve.com.au/2013/05/02/over-to-ms-soula/

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