Robot dogs slowly dying

#1

Awwwwww:

:frowning:

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#2

Aw! I was given a very small, basic robot cat a few years ago, and have just had to drop it into electronic recycling, as it hasn’t worked for ages and I couldn’t fix it. It had just sat on a shelf, and was not the world’s most sophisticated robot even when it had worked, but I still felt oddly guilty as I dropped it into the recycling point. (It’s at these points I feel like I am finally turning into my mother, as she couldn’t throw away anything with a face, either.)

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#3

Oh, I know! I even have that issue with old soft toys. In fact, mine made the journey to America because I couldn’t bring myself to throw them out and they were too tatty to be given to charity. Kev couldn’t believe it when he opened the box…

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#4

Just think how difficult it would be to throw away something mechanical with a human face! And yet you couldn’t even keep it in a box in the shed as you’d know it was there.

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#5

And this is why humanistic androids will never catch on. I want my robots looking like machines, not people!

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#6

Co-signed, a million times.

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