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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.

In reply to RE: (redmist) RE: RE: Preferred way of deciding the President for once and all by brainpan
in thread Preferred way of deciding the President for once and all by vroom

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