Something Fun for a Monday


I laughed out loud at this.

See the artist/creator’s Web site here.

Why are these so funny? Like silly robots. I have robots on the brain, I was watching “I, Robot” again over the weekend.

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7 thoughts on “Something Fun for a Monday

  1. Those are cool. I loved “I, Robot”
    My favorite scene (even though it is sad)

    Susan Calvin: What happened to you?
    Detective Del Spooner: Headed back to the station. Normal day, normal life. The driver of a semi fell asleep at the wheel. Average guy, wife and kids, working a double. *Not* the devil. The car he hit, the driver’s name was Harold Lloyd. Like the film star, but no relation. He was killed instantly. But his twelve-year-old was sitting in the passenger’s seat. Never really met her. Can’t forget her face, though. Sarah.
    [fingering the necklace]
    Detective Del Spooner: This was hers. She wanted to be a dentist. What the hell kind of twelve-year-old wants to be a dentist? Yeah, um… the truck smashed our cars together and pushed us into the river. You know, metal gets pretty pliable at those speeds. She’s pinned, I’m pinned, the water’s coming in. I’m a cop, so I know everybody’s dead. Just a few minutes until we figure that out. NS4 was passing by and jumped in the river.
    NS4 Robots: [from flashback] You are in danger!
    Detective Del Spooner: [from flashback] Save her!
    NS4 Robots: [from flashback] You are in danger!
    Detective Del Spooner: [from flashback] Save her! Save the girl!
    Detective Del Spooner: But it didn’t. Saved me.
    Susan Calvin: The robot’s brain is a difference engine. It’s reading vital signs. It must have done…
    Detective Del Spooner: It did. I was the logical choice. It calculated that I had a 45% chance of survival. Sarah only had an 11% chance. That was somebody’s baby. 11% is more than enough. A human being would’ve known that. Robots,
    [indicating his heart]
    Detective Del Spooner: nothing here, just lights and clockwork. Go ahead, you trust ’em if you want to.

    That is a very power bit of cinemagraphic stuff.

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  2. I liked the cat scene: “Look, I understand you have experienced a loss, but this relationship just can’t work. I mean, you’re a cat. I’m black. I’m not going to be hurt again.”

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  3. Hi DD! Wow! What a nice breath of fresh air today; both the video and new look for your blog. I like ’em both.

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    1. Thanks, Rosie 🙂 I didn’t like the huge font with the other, but I do kind of miss the header image.

      Aren’t these the weirdest things? Everyone will want one 😉

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