Need A Light?

I’ve seen some big lamps before but this one takes the cake. If the Vancouver Police had lamps like this one in their interrogation rooms, those bad guys would talk real fast! I would buy one but it won’t fit in my house.


45 thoughts on “Need A Light?”

  1. betshopboy says:

    take note of the proportion between the lamp and the chair/desk. How did the desk withstand?

    1. Maybe it is bolted to the floor or the lamp is made of lightweight material.

        1. Kumiko says:

          Haha! We all love lamps!! 😀

          1. Jack says:

            I love John :))

        2. I love that John looked scared of the big bad lamp LOL.

      1. Dj Flush says:

        Moment of Inertia is balanced 😈

    2. Damn, I didn’t notice man. Good point. That’s crazy some shiz.

    3. it does look weird!

    4. Run, John, Run!

      You are BBQed!

  2. Tim Spangler says:

    It’s almost as big as that RSS button you made.

    1. I thought in this day and age, things are supposed to get smaller, they are getting bigger. Hmmm.

      1. small is beautiful


  3. blogcrowds says:

    Where s it from? Which art gallery?

    I’m surprised the regular wooden desk shown can bare the weight of this mammoth

    1. Looks like something from “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” set. It would be interesting to have one of those in my house though LOL. People are going to be like “hey Cheap, what’s going on?” 😆

    2. John Chow says:

      This was at the Emily Carr school of arts.

  4. Thats pretty cool! I too would like to know where that is at.

  5. I just want to know what that desk was made out of John?

    Is it time for a bigger house?

    Love the light. Made me laugh right away!

    Was it hot?

    1. John Chow says:

      It was damn hot! I felt like a burger on a heat rack!

  6. that’s some lamp alright

    what’s the point though?

    1. Gdog says:

      There is no point–it’s a cool picture!

    2. It’s 3D art, dot — it doesn’t require any logic.

  7. Sebbi says:

    Hmm … someone is copying your posts (and from some other blogs) on

    Very rude 👿

    1. Jack says:

      yeah. I got pinged and I was just felt something wrong. that dam**d copycat!

  8. Hari says:

    Hmm… Thats too bright John.
    How did you manage to stare at it :mrgreen:

    1. Derrich says:

      Next thing you know, John is going to post about how he’s partially blind in his left eye. 😈

  9. Ankur Khangaonkar says:

    That copycat has an earlier article on how to stop people from copying your stuff! 😆 😆

    And also, that nut has copied everything including the comments and other tools bar!! 😆 😆

    1. Perhaps she/he’s trying to put up 6,000 duplicate sites, too! 😯

  10. Matt says:

    You see, with a lamp that size, the problem becomes accessing the on/off switch on the top of the unit. I suppose you could unplug it, but those 220 plugs aren’t that convenient to be plugging in/unplugging all the time. 😛

    1. Who knows, it could be clapper or voice-activated. “Lights out” *clap* *clap* LOL.

  11. I hope you were wearing sunblock. 😎

  12. Johnny says:

    I would use this to tan myself… or maybe to attack people with LIGHT! Evil. 😈

  13. Merija says:

    Impresive. Maybe it is too big for personal use 🙂

  14. I wonder how many watts that bulb is running on…not exactly an energy-saver, but it could brighten up someone’s day alright. 😎

  15. yea it can take the sun out in nights :mrgreen:

  16. I love lamp! I don’t know why I’m yelling.

  17. Chicago 2016 says:

    I’m surprised that light isn’t bright enough to shine through your skin.

  18. I’m wondering, John…do you read the comments on this blog anymore? You have a lot of fans and an equal number of detractors.

    As someone who writes unbiased reviews (for NO pay) I’m wondering how your readers take your opinions seriously. You are obviously not unbiased if you are paid to say good things.

    On my beauty & fashion review column called What Works and on my blog: I have offered my unbiased opinion on literally thousands of products, services, events and even cruises. I am certain that the reason readers come to my site and my columns is simply that I am trustworthy. You may not agree with my opinion, and that’s fine, but at least it is a genuine one that is not motivated by money.

    I’d love to hear your response.

    1. John Chow says:

      I read all comments. I am completely unbiased in my reviews. Here’s an example:

      He’s going to try and request a refund. Good luck on that. 😈

  19. Don’t be scared little John… 😥

  20. Ryan says:

    Love the lamp. I’m guessing they have to hang it from the ceiling to keep it standing on such a tiny desk. If I had a lamp like that on my desk, I would…probably avoid that desk like the plague. 😆

  21. Wolf Stone says:

    thats a big lamp…it looks almost as big as my room !!

  22. I am amazed that you responded to my query…and I’m impressed. Thanks for that!

  23. Wahlau.NET says:

    I want that lamp :mrgreen:

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