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Robots. Is there anything they can't do?
Entered on: January 22, 2009 1:05 PM by RobotSpider

Some robots exist because there are jobs that NO ONE will do. 

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From: The Bone Entered on: January 22, 2009 9:05 PM

Hmmm. Someone must be bored today.

From: RobotSpider Entered on: January 23, 2009 11:03 AM

I thought that was the point of JA?!  I give you a robot that was designed for the sole purpose of REMOVING RECTUMS, and you question my time management?!  Really?  It works on several levels: First, it's rectums, so you got that.  Second, someone (much smarter than I) had to design that, which is impressive.  And at some point in the history of pig-slaughtering, someone said to themselves, "If only we could remove the rectums faster..."

But whatever.  Apparently only my simple mind is impressed/disgusted/fascinated/creeped-out about this kind of thing.

From: Jackzilla Entered on: January 23, 2009 11:33 AM

You couldn't work in a "rectum?  damn near killed him!" joke in there, Spider?

I think Bone was wondering how one might stumble upon something like this...

From: BigFatty Entered on: January 23, 2009 12:10 PM

First... the same questions have already been raised on many of Bone's topics in the past....  how the hell did you stumble upon that???  That aside, your curiosity and questions about the orgins are valid.  I have similar questions about the first people to try cow's milk.  You know they didn't stop there.  They tried other cow excrements too!  'Hey, this white stuff is not too bad.  Hows that brown smelly stuff?'

Your rectum remover had one item that was all Bone.... the Bung Guiding System (optional).  Really?  This is going to be optional?  How can you remove a rectum without a proper Bung Guiding System?  Bone has a built in Bung Guiding System, so I guess this makes things redundant.

Robot - I am like you.  In the Steelcase factory, I was fascinated about all the 'homemade' machines the engineers made to do specific tasks - like the machine to install a screw upside-down on a chair control.  Some Mofo just built it so people did not have to waste time flipping the control over to install a screw.


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