The latest tweet from Grant Imahara notes that he has been working on Craig’s robot skeleton sidekick, soon to known as Geoff Petersen: That’s enough robot skeletons today. @CraigyFerg will be transmit status updates via the air-tube system that connects M5 and LLS.

Members of the RSA are continuing to wait for further word or dare we ask… pictures of the project. Grant has been known to work rather quickly on even complex projects but no release date has been announced. UPDATE: First video March 9, first “live” appearance on the show April 5.

In other news, Craig has rocketed from the mid 100’s to number five in the Mr. Twitter competition for the month of March. There are some heavy hitters still ahead, so it will take plenty of votes to move him up. Reliable LLS YouTube poster Malinky2Stoatir has reached number two in faxo’s poll for best You Tube channel. More votes from the RSA could make a big difference.

Discussion continues about hashtags. #robotskeletonarmy and #properamountofsuction are both lots of fun but take up lots of characters. #RSA is being used by several different groups, so Fanny57 has suggested #CraigsRSA to avoid confusion and keep it short. We’ll see if that takes off.

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