Burnt Chimney, Virginia: Ass Kicking Machine (Gone)

In its prime, reportedly able to kick "over 100 asses an hour." The Ass Kicking Machine has been removed. It looks like the owners moved and took it with them.
Directions:
About 1/3 of a mile east of the intersection of Hwy 122 and Hwys 116/670. On Burnt Chimney Rd/Hwy 122, just east of the elementary school, south side of the road.
Hours:
Reported gone July 2009.
Status:
Gone

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Ass Kicking Machine

The Ass Kicking Machine has been removed. It looks like the owners moved and took it with them.

[Jim, 07/16/2009]
Ass Kicking Machine

First off, it's in Burnt Chimney, not Wirtz, just off of Hwy. 122. Wirtz is about 5 miles away. The World's Only Ass Kicking Machine has, sadly, fallen into a spiral of disrepair it may never come out of. As recently as 1999, it was still able and ready to go with it's ability to kick "over 100 asses an hour." As of August of 2000, it's now in such a state of disrepair that it won't be recognizable to those who'd not made the trek during it's "glory days." Maybe Bob should get on the upkeep pronto before someone kicks his ass!!

[Rev. Eddie James, 04/15/2001]

Burnt Chimney doesn't have a zip code, so we've filed this under Wirtz.

Ass Kicking Machine

OK, I've not been, but it seemed like it belongs.

[Mark Coen, 04/05/2001]

Bob Booth's 1988 device is reported to have been inspired by one of the ass-kicking machines in North Carolina, but may be a more advanced design.

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