We shouldn’t make giant robot spiders

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the lost pair of underwear on planet Kepler 186f. Iso speed of 200 still seems a bit grainy

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents the lost pair of underwear on planet Kepler 186f.
Iso speed of 200 still seems a bit grainy

Along came an arachnid unbeknownst to the katydid

Eight legs lunged with fangs dripping a poison liquid

 

With chitin exoskeleton fully impaled

The herbivorous insect thrashed and flailed

 

Digestive enzymes made the prey’s innards liquid and loose

The spider grasped its prize and slowly sucked the juice

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represent wonder woman's feeling about the trade gap between Chicago and Boston.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents wonder woman’s feeling about the trade gap between Chicago and Boston.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents 5 shillings and a bagel.

Artsy Photo: Click for full size. This image represents 5 shillings and a bagel.

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3 thoughts on “We shouldn’t make giant robot spiders

    • If I remember correctly, that was not a giant robot spider, but rather a spider shaped vehicle that shot nets. Robots don’t need drivers. While not a quality movie, Wild, Wild West is certainly preferable to much of the filth that is being filmed in this modern era. There is no value to movies like Jack Ass or paranormal activity, and while there are a handful of bad movies with Will Smith in them, I have not seen him give a poor performance. Of course I haven’t seen Earth 2, or Bad Fellows or whatever that cop movie is called, and with luck, I never will.

      • Haha. It could also shoot fireballs. I would think something can be robotic if it either functions in a way that is remotely controlled or can do some functions on its own. Never thought much about what the word means. Off to the dictionary!

        He is certainly better than most cross-over musicans that’s for sure.

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