Joystick

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“I have a joystick. It's between my legs.”

~ Oscar Wilde on We think you know what he's talkin' about.

The joystick was invented in 1832 by William F. Clinton. Originally there was only the wired kind, which is considered by most to be Old Tech, while the wireless variety invented in 2035 is Future Tech.

Internal Workings of a Joystick[edit]

The joystick is one of the most complicated inventions of Old Tech. Through its network of wires, plugs, switches, hamster wheels, nuclear reactors and Internal Combustion Engines, one is able to influence anything from the lives of people to making cherubs eat candy floating in the sky.

There are two parts to a Joystick, The internal workings (as described above), and the plug. The Plug can be plugged into just about anything you would like to control. Feel like making your Wife or Girlfriend make dinner? Just plug the joystick in and hit the B Button and voilà! You have a nice Sloppy Joe. Feel like talking to that really hot chick at the bar? Plug in your Joystick and hit Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Select, Start, and there you go, you can say 30 different stupid things, before you get slapped! (See bar-hopping for more info on that)

The Internal Workings of a Joystick

Most Famous Joysticks[edit]

The new Play Station 3 joystick. Cool, huh?

The most Famous Joystick is the one that controls the giant robot, The Statue of Liberty.

Famous People that have been controlled by joysticks[edit]