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2513 clicks; posted to Main » on 19 Apr 2013 at 9:00 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-04-15 12:40:55 AM  
DOmO arigatO, Mr. RObOtO...
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2013-04-15 09:57:45 PM  
Don't ever try to leave the uncanny valley you stinking toaster....I will end you.
2013-04-16 05:12:18 AM
"Don't leave me..."
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                                                "He Came"
2013-04-17 01:19:52 AM  
In the early days, Robot Marriage wasn't widely accepted. Few could get a priest or rabbi willing to participate, much less actually convince their families to attend. And then one day, garbage processor XT-781 decided to start an impromptu sit-in, right there on her wedding day in front of God, her fiancee' Winston and, well, no one else really. And there it began, on that warm summer afternoon in the middle of June 2053. The day the Robot Marriage revolution began.
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