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ROBOT DOGS IN THE USAF!

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How long until the Hammer Drones?

 

 

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I herd some time ago after the Iron man movie that they were working on one as well (an Iron Man suit).... next minute... SKY NET!

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"The Future's not set ..."

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Robocalypse, book.

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"Second Variety" is a science fiction novelette by American writer Philip K. [edited], first published in Space Science Fiction magazine, in May 1953. Set in a world where war between the Soviet Union and United Nations has reduced most of the world to a barren wasteland, the story concerns the discovery, by the few remaining soldiers left, that self-replicating robots originally built to assassinate Soviet agents have gained sentience and are now plotting against both sides. It is one of many stories by [edited] to examine the implications of nuclear war, particularly after it has destroyed much or all of the planet.

The story was adapted into the movie Screamers in 1995.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Variety
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114367/?ref_=tttr_tr_tt

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Do electronic dogs require electronic bones to chew on?

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7 hours ago, Umikami said:

Do electronic dogs require electronic bones to chew on?

One might imagine they're hard-wired to have no *capacity* for *resistance* of such Ohmygosh-Hella-Mouthwatering treats.

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