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  1.  (1351.1)
    I am..so proud.

    Yes that is the word. At least its interesting vigilante activity.

    "I've seen a marked change simply with this robot that doesn't have any power of arrest. It does scare people and to be honest with you I'm grateful for it,"


    Yup.....
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    The "Real Life Superhero" crowd is going to be so pissed that they are already being replaced by robots.
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    How does that thing manage to last an evening without being obliterated? Surely you'd just need two people - one to distract it, one to chuck a tarpaulin over it, then it'd be fucked. It doesn't look that scary...
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeMar 11th 2008
     (1351.4)
    <blockquote>Surely you'd just need two people [..] It doesn't look that scary...</blockquote>
    <strike> (starts to say something about Atlanta) </strike>

    (looks at J)

    (grins)

    - Z
  4.  (1351.5)
    i hoped this would be about a drunk peter weller, wandering the streets of your neighborhood. could you link me to a story like that?
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      CommentAuthorChrisSick
    • CommentTimeMar 11th 2008
     (1351.6)
    Preying on homeless people is a funny comment, like the drug dealers are threatening them into getting high to cope with their shitty lives.

    Personally I find it very amusing that crime prevention and control has more to do with helping people's property values and not pissing off voters than it has anything to do with, say, reaching out to the homeless population with drug rehab, mental and physical healthcare, job training/placement, shelter placement... I could really go on, but then I'll start rambling about drugs and how we in the States have a tendency to moral outrage and we create our own criminal elements with retarded prohibition programs and then lock up vast swathes of our own citizenry for victimless crime. Or I could retreat into my bottle of 12 year old, laugh at big scary tough drug dealers being frightened by a BBQ broiler on a skateboard and move on with my day.
  5.  (1351.7)
    @JonCarpenter

    Thats what they always said about those pesky Daleks!
  6.  (1351.8)
    @JonCarpenter

    Thats what they always said about those pesky Daleks!


    So one can deduce from this that Atlanta has neither kerbs nor umbrellas?
    • CommentAuthorElohim
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
     (1351.9)
    Looks like Corporal Punishment might be coming out of retirement in a civilian capacity...