Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Today's Mail

Robots help humans do many things. Sometimes, robots help humans with brooms & dustpans. This tends to make humans happy because brooms & dustpans are constitutive of manual labor. Humans tend not to like manual labor because it distracts them from many things, such as a) intellectual labor, b) artistic labor, c) anti-labor, & d) recreational drug use. So, robots capable of handling brooms & dustpans duty are a real boon for humans. I am a human & I like robots; but I do not own a robot, nor am I in a position to borrow anyone else's robot. This makes me hate robots because I am forced to go without. Thus, I will make it my mission to destroy all robots & robot sympathizers. Do not sympathize with robots; expressing such sentiments will get you in a little bit of trouble with those, like me, who no longer enjoy robots. (Click on image for bigness. PS: the diagrammed robot is even more hated worldwide because it is an American robot, & everyone knows that outside of America, American robots are hated more than any other kind of robot.)

1 comment:

The Print Shop said...

Something rubs me the wrong about that robosapien. I don't know what it is. Could it be its calculating stare? Or its over-efficiency in completing that task at hand? I don't know. Maybe I just don't like its dumb floppy antenna ears. [It's] Nothing more than a glorified Teddy Ruxpin doll in my book.