Great aunt Kathleen was an automaton


6 Responses to “Great aunt Kathleen was an automaton”

  1. Enormo says:

    So, the automaton actually had a person it it? But Professor Popjie is wearing a tuxedo!!!!

  2. voiceinthedistance says:

    Someday, our kids will find out that the Honda Asimo robot and similar were just sophisticated hoaxes like this. Radiana was ahead of her time, but not like people thought.

  3. Brainspore says:

    At least the Turk had elaborate moving parts. That thing looks like a kid’s paper-maché art project with a couple of arm holes cut in the front.

  4. Vanwall says:

    She must’ve been holding out for The Turk, heard he played a mean game of chess.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Click on “Robocop c. 1924″ at the bottom of that page. Look at the lettering on the right. Tell me that’s not Comic Sans. Make it stop!

  6. jordan314 says:

    Producer: Watch this. A.W.E.S.O.M-O, given the current trends of the movie going public, can you come up with an idea for a movie that will break $100 million box office?
    Cartman: [as A.W.E.S.O.M.-O] Um… Okay, how about this: Adam Sandler is like in love with some girl. But it turns out that the girl is actually a golden retriever or something.
    Mitch: Oh! Perfect!
    Executive: We’ll call it “Puppy Love”.
    Mitch: Give us another movie idea, A.W.E.S.O.M.-O.
    Cartman: Um… How about this: Adam Sandler inherits like, a billion dollars, but first he has to become a boxer or something.
    Mitch: “Punch Drunk Billionaire”.

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