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When they make that much money then a proper sendoff is warranted.

Have a fabulous day and week, Jan. ♥


I wonder if your blog will have a post in 20 years remarking that years ago people didn't even have funerals for robots?


As a kid I wanted a robot friend and a jet pack. The closest I've come so far is my cellphone which gives me the data I want almost instantaneously. I wouldn't want to be without it and I'm sure those Monks are going to miss their robot friends, too. By the time jet packs become commonplace, I'll have to attach it to a walker;)

Angel Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

Couldn't they just adopt

Monika & Sam

Next thing you know, there will be old AI rescues. Kind of like Nintendo. 😊

Linda Brown

Shish! I'm rather right up there is Monika and Sam.

Dennis the Vizsla

hello jan its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm i gess this is a nice jestchoor for theez dogs wot hav gotten uploded to the klowd or emaild to the rainbolt bridj or warever it is that robot dogs go to chayse klokwurk butterflies or wotever it is they do warever they go!!! ok bye

Jodi Stone

I had no idea these existed. So what did these Robo dogs do?

M. K. Clinton

That is just bizarre. LOL!

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