All the fun toys get banned. Jarts? Awesome. Battlestar Galactica Missile Launcher (1979)? How else am I supposed to attack my brother? The latest nanny-state awesomeness casualty is magnetballs, which do bad things to your intestines if you swallow them. But if you have a functioning brainstem and don't eat the shiny neodymium magnets, you can build beautiful structures. I set myself the task of constructing all 13 of the Archimedan solids, which required a diverse variety of techniques to complete. Check it out:
Archimedan solids generally start as a convex regular polyhedron, then get truncated at each vertex. They are symmetric (the same in all orientations) but not regular (faces are not identical). Two are even chiral, with a left-handed and right-handed twisting version that are mirror images of each other. Line drawings shown here for comparison:
What should I do next?