The electric dog delights and astounds

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28 Responses to “The electric dog delights and astounds”

  1. saint_al says:

    If it doesn’t poo, it’s not a dog. Unless it’s electric poo…?
    /rules rewrite needed

  2. MikeKStar says:

    Hey buddy, don’t take this the wrong way but that’s one ugly mutt you got there!

  3. Stefan Jones says:

    Page 496?  That’s some magazine.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      I guess that you don’t read Vogue. The September issue was over 900 pages.

      • niktemadur says:

        Yikes!  Also probably the only magazine in which readers don’t complain about the 80% ad content.

        EDIT: To be honest, I enjoy leafing through all those fashion ads.

  4. GeekMan says:

    But… can it love me?

  5. Preston Sturges says:

    Miles Monroe:
    Is he housebroken or will he be leaving little batteries all over the floor?
    -Sleeper

  6. acerplatanoides says:

    I prefer the british version

  7. Ian Wood says:

    That kid looks happy that he’s found a new dog to take apart.

  8. Bob Webb says:

    Do android dream of electric dogs?

  9. rattypilgrim says:

    You mean that 3 wheeled green box with a black line drawing on the front that has vague references to a canine face isn’t a dog?! 
    Wow, do I feel stupid!

  10. Theranthrope says:

    Color me unimpressed…

    This primitive electric dog of 1929 is clearly no match for the ATOMIC DOG.

  11. Preston Sturges says:

    I’m not sure the magnetic steering mechanism (I assume the cane has a magnet) would work if it relies on a “sheet iron magnetic shield.”  That is a classic feature of perpetual motion machines. 

  12. hacky says:

    See, if someone were to make this dog nowadays  it would be audrino powered and use cameras to track the end of the cane.  There’s something to be said for analog simplicity. 

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