The Japanese have invented a robot for the home, named RI-MAN, capable of carrying a life-like, realistic sex doll in his robot arms. This is a tremendous breakthrough for feeble and lazy perverts of the life-like, realistic sex doll persuasion, who no longer have to get out of bed. In the future RI-MAN the robot may also be used to care for Japan’s elderly, so RI-MAN has been programmed to distinguish eight different kinds of smells. I’m guessing one is doo-doo smell, one is that weird old people smell, and one is banana pudding smell. That leaves five smells I’d rather not try and guess. In the future, experts tell us, America will use Mexican immigrants to take care of her excess elderly, and that with a little training many of them can be taught to distinguish as many smells (ocho) as RI-MAN . I wonder if this preference for Mexicans isn’t motivated by robo-phobic bigotry. It’s claimed Mexican immigrants are cheaper than robots. Perhaps, but look at RI-MAN’s hands - he could
No "27" news would be complete without a mention of Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin..OK, it's not new news, exactly.ReplyDelete
Maybe you should discuss this as a guest on the George Noory/Art Bell show.ReplyDelete
Good idea. I'm reminded of the guy who woke up one day and heard a voice in his head saying:ReplyDelete
"Quit your job, get all your money from the bak and go to Vegas. Quit your job, get all your money from the bak and go to Vegas. Quit your job, get all your money from the bak and go to Vegas. Quit your job, get all your money from the bak and go to Vegas."
He ignores the voice but it won't go away, so finally he quits his job, withdraws all his money from the bank and flies to Vegas.
When he gets off the plane the voice says "Go to Caesar's Palace. Go to Caesar's Palace. Go to Caesar's Palace." So he goes to Caesar's Palace.
The voice says "Put all your money on red 27. Put all your money on red 27." So he puts all his money on red 27. The wheel spins...and comes up black 13. The voice says "Fuck."
Joplin and Hendrix both died at age 27.ReplyDelete
I remember that '23' used to be the big freaky number. It was in like Robert Anton Wilson books. That was a few decades ago. Clearly we are making progress.
23 is freaky. 27, on the other hand, is a number the whole family can enjoy reading about in the news.ReplyDelete