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"Don’t be bored, make something."

“Don’t be bored, make something.”

"Don’t be bored, make something" is a message that Joey Hudy, a self-described "maker" and STEM-advocate, has been taking to Maker events across the country. 

In the image above, Joey Hudy of Anthem, Arizona, shoots his “extreme marshmallow cannon” across the East Room of the White House during the 2012 White House Science Fair. 


Joey handed President Obama a card with his personal credo: “Don’t be bored, make something.” This is a message that Joey, a self-described “maker” and STEM-advocate, has been taking to Maker events across the country. 

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Joey was a guest of Michelle Obama’s at the 2014 State of the Union address. 

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