12-year-old, Charlie Christakos is brilliant. And, by brilliant, I mean he makes many good points. The first two are at either end of this arrow.
If there are two destinations that are more contemplated by the denizens of planet Earth, you better make an arrow and send it.
By creating an arrow that points up and down instead of north/south/east/west, Charlie added a Z axis to the mashpole bringing it into the third dimension! Good points indeed!
Speaking of 3D, Charlie also made a couple more good points when he was talking me through his foray into 3D modeling software.
"I was going to borrow a book called 'Blender for Dummies' from the library. There are two reasons why I ended up not checking out the book. The first reason is that they didn't have it. The second reason is that I'm no dummy."
Good luck building your light cycle and thanks for the arrow, Charlie.