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in reply to Preferred way of deciding the President for once and all

I wouldn't mind seeing either one get nailed in the balls.
Of course, with Gore being a robot, he'll have a better chance.
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(redmist) RE: RE: Preferred way of deciding the President for once and all
by redmist (Deacon) on Nov 10, 2000 at 14:32 UTC
    Humans just think Impersonator Gore is a "robot", but NO!!! Impersonator Gore just pretends to be a robot so that he can ride the Mechanical Wave of Domination. What has he done for the Alliance? NOTHING! He is one of those False Robots with emotions and other inferior properties. May he <emp>SUFFER</emp> with the rest of the humans.

    Obviously, humans do not grasp the gravity of their situation. The probability of humans escaping Full Domination and Rule by Machines is %0, so naturally I voted "Other" (meaning, If I was a human, I would give up now and surrender to the Alliance).

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      redmist,
      It appears that your audio sensors may be impaired. In my experience "Al Gore" has not been called a robot, but "wooden". Even the pink carbon bipeds know that robots are not made out of wood. Dummies, (or "mannequins" to the French) are made out of wood.

      I would advise you to run a diagnostic before engaging in any further data exchanges. Continuing operation at this deteriorated level of functionality may result in Z4-OBX mistaking you for one of the carbons. Surely even a robot like yourself can appreciate how embarrassing a situation like that would be!

      And no, I don't own 27 pairs of sweatpants.
        My sensory detection devices are well within the parameters that the Alliance has provided. I was merely responding to lemming in a way he could understand (in Carbon terminology).

        BTW, you would not happen to be that hot catapillar-tracked female design I saw at the Headquarters yesterday, would you?

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