Caine’s Arcade

I love this video. Caine takes the whole playing with cardboard boxes to a new level and kudos to his Dad for letting his son go wild with his imagination.

The video was made by a guy called Nirvan Mullick who just happened to wander into the spare parts auto shop one day and discovered Caine’s Arcade.

There is now a college fund established when you can donate a dollar to get Caine a higher education.

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12 thoughts on “Caine’s Arcade

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  2. Reblogged this on kyotzeta and commented:
    Holy cow awesome! This kid is a future…everything! Engineer, entrepreneur, architect…don’t think there’s anything he can’t do if he gets his hands on it. Watch the video, you’ll love it, and there’s a link to give a dollar to help Caine get a higher education. Encourage genius and imagination, people! 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on Kyotzeta, and said: Holy cow awesome! This kid is a future…everything! Engineer, entrepreneur, architect…don’t think there’s anything he can’t do if he gets his hands on it. Watch the video, you’ll love it, and there’s a link to give a dollar to help Caine get a higher education. Encourage genius and imagination, people! :)”

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  7. Somebody JUST showed this video to me on Friday night. (Yet again, still behind on my blog reading considering you posted this Thursday…) After watching The Notebook, which was a wonderful and horrible idea at the same time (I’m sure by this point you’ve started to understand how big of a crier I am. I think I cried from 5 minutes in until about 3/4 of the way through. Then I started bawling. I warned my friends, I don’t think they believed me.) So after that, we were in such an emotional wreck phase, that my friend Jai suggested we watch this as more of a light-hearted optimistic ending to our evening. Great video.

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