When someone complains that the pseudorandom number generator you’re using is not random enough, what do you do? Well you could grab a copy of Knuth, or do a literature search on pseudorandom algorithms, or try to incorporate some external randomness from a keyboard or mouse or network events or maybe the Johnson noise from a big resistor.
You could build a giant banglevator (quick show of hands, who remembers Bing-Bang-Boing?) to roll actual dice for you. Crazy, yes, but enough so that it Just. Might. Work. There’s video at that link!
Introducing the Dice-O-Matic mark II, now generating the dice rolls on GamesByEmail.com. It is a 7 foot tall, 104 pound, dice-eating monster, capable of generating 1.3 million rolls a day.
As a professional geek, this kind of overkill gets my juices flowing. IYKWIM.
Hat tip to Bruce Schneier.