No, not I. Who knows what the certifiably cuckoo Nickster is up to nowadays? I fixed my German cuckoo clock today, and got it reset to the minute. Of all the clocks in my house, that one’s my favorite. I really do prefer hearing one “cuh-coo” for each hour to a a series of bing-bong-bing-bongs, and an additional bong, two, or three, depending upon which quarter hour it is.
I love antique clocks. There’s nothing wrong with an 1800s Seth Thomas grandfather clock, other than it has lead weights that are a pain to rewind. They’re lovely clocks. I have one. It’s a pain in the ass to move 3″, let alone from one house to another. Still, I prefer my cuckoo clock, and my 1800s schoolhouse clock, because I don’t have to wash my hands every time I have to rewind them, and adjust lead weights.
Herr Cuckoo is working again.