Rails' ORM layer, ActiveRecord, is an elegant solution for keeping model code simple and modular (aka DRY). Demystifying the way Ruby-on-Rails uses runtime method generation opens a doorway for understanding and provides a foundation for the other ways Rails uses simple conventions to allow sophisticated, concise functionality in a declarative style.
Here is big mystery that you'll be equipped to understand better after playing with the slides
-> If honeys is an array - and honeys has a method create! - then why does an array object  not have create!
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.