I know, I am agreeing with him (not that I could disagree with his physics) but NoNukes appears to be making distinctions between stuff at quantum level - which we all agree appears to be prperly random - and stuff at a macro level. I'm giving an example how a macro sized lump of stuff - me - could use quantum level randomness to create a non-deterministic outcome.
Ah, I see, you are talking about bootstrapping indeterminism up to the macro scale by making a classical object's next state depend on a quantum event. In which case, certainly yes macroscopic objects can be made indeterminate in this sense.
In fact such issues (how quantum indeterminism propagates up to the classical world) is the "real" point of Schrodinger's cat.