Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Don’t Trust The Robots Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Don’t Trust The Robots Edition By Jeremy S. - February 14, 2023 44 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ She asked me why I carry a gun in the house. I said, “because of the robots.” She laughed. I laughed. The microwave laughed. I shot the microwave. Alexa automatically ordered me a new one. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: One Last Christmas Meme for 2023 Gun Meme of the Day: Die Hard Edition Gun Meme of the Day: That’s Fascinating Edition 44 COMMENTS Hate to tell ya! You’re seeing the future today. I do think some of the scan computers have more personality than some modern clerks, though. Brave New World… Reply I read that book. I thought it was very strange. Reply BiDUMB is basically a robot, isn’t he? Alexa is too intelligent to order a replacement. Reply I’m afraid if I say the “wrong” thing my toaster’s gonna red flag me! Reply Fired a warning shot at my central vac last week, made a furtive movement! Reply My wife is pushing for a new (and larger) TV. But now all of them are “smart” TVs, so that you can “interact” with them. They have microphones that are always on when the TV is on (and maybe when it is not). Plus they have cameras facing out to see you during those “interactions.” They “report back” (to some faceless computer somewhere in the multiverse) what your viewing habits are. Yes, friends, Big Brother and the Thought Police are Watching. Yet we, like sheep to the slaughter, invite them into our homes. Reply Get a cheap PC and a large monitor. Reply Exactly this. It’s what the Haz household did a few years ago. Simple PC connected to a 50″ monitor to stream our shows. We have a dedicated PC loaded with the appropriate anti-virus software for our finances and purchases, and one in the living room used *only* for streaming. Reply Why I still use a 40″ dumb TV and most of my viewing is streamed off my PC to the WD media player box. Reply “Plus they have cameras facing out to see you during those “interactions.”” I use 1-inch round black dot stickers bought at the local Office Max in packs of several hundred as targets for the range. When my newest laptop came with a camera above the screen, I stuck one of those stickers over the lens hole. Problem solved… 🙂 Reply work ‘puter box has tape all over everything. eavesdroppers. still rockin’ a 50″ dumb tele. looks like an upgrade would be a monitor… Reply Electrical tape is your friend…and reports to no one. Reply You don’t have to connect your smart TV to the internet if you don’t need to use the smart features. Reply That’s why when I have sex with my pet Boa constrictor I always do it in front of the TV. Reply Fuck a robot. Shoot a robot in the head too. What could it hurt? Just me . I shoot everything I distrust. Reply Best to aim center mass. Putting the robot’s CPU in the head is not a good idea. Best placed in the chest for more protection. Reply Southern, I get center mass. But. we’re. talking robots. They have to be disrupted at the what we would consider nural pathways. After all. no heart. aorta. or arterial considerations. Reply It’s simple really, shoot it in the nuts. MLee, if you shoot a robot in the nuts, do it’s wheels fall off? You have to shoot it in the nuts before it bolts for the door… Yellow jackets? Or do you trust them? I’ve been stung enough to never trust them. Reply them things. you can trust them to annoy, esp. in sept. on their aggressive last calorie foraging gasp. saw a great chawbacco spitshot take one down. next step was to stomp. found out their pals then begin attack mode due to pheromone release. Reply With three brothers growing up on the farm, adventure was inevitable. In the later years, there was a spot on the outside of the barn, around the corner from one of the doors and about 7 feet up, that was the entrance to a perennial nest of yellow jackets that was built inside the hollow cores of the cinder blocks. We would take our badminton rackets, and hunker down against the wall under that nest, and swat them as they flew in and out, until they figured out what was happening and began to hunt us. One day, the other two were heading out to swat some, and I went around the other side of the barn, went in one of the other doors, and began to whack the wall on the inside where the nest was hidden. Lotsa whoops and hollering outside there for a couple minutes. “Fuck a robot. Shoot a robot in the head too.” When robots get good enough and cheap enough, women will have a very good reason to get nervous, as men won’t be interested in putting up with their bullshit. Change my mind… 🙂 Reply Geoff, I don’t think anyone could. Those girls are pretty. They are soft and smell good too. They are also very expensive and a major pain in the ass. Ask me how I know. Reply You don’t want to have sex. Sex leads to kissing. Kissing leads to having to talk to them. Reply …or worse, talk WITH them, which implies having to listen. Sometimes, if it wasn’t for her cute accent… or the bj monkey. “what are you doing with that thing in the house?” “i’m gonna teach it to cook. get the @#$% out!” Reply Look up TPE doll on the internet. More advanced ones now have rudimentary AI and can do simple conversations. When they gain robot functions and can cook and clean, humanity will be extinct within a few generations. Reply i’d be outta ammo. an’ dat’s sayin’ sumpin’. plus, there’d be no more cats. or albanians. Reply I wonder which of the R’s recognize modern combat robotics as covered within 2A? Reply Mark, Interesting question: is an armed robot a firearm? Can you put a pistol brace on am armed robot without it becoming a short barrelled rifle? If your armed robot only shoots out death rays, will you need a tax stamp because it is silenced ( except for the screams.of its victims)? Sounds like a whole new area of 2A jurisprudence. Reply It shouldn’t be a new area, but I’m pretty sure it will be one. Laser weaponry comes to mind; vehicle-bound laser weapons are already here, but when man-portable ones are production-ready, I wouldn’t doubt that those seeking to keep us disarmed or “sub-armed” would label such to be not “in common use” as in DC v. Heller, or maintain that they’re not within the “outer limits of 2A protection” as in Miller v. Bonta. So the more R’s who respect 2A with regards to emerging militia-suitable tech in the hands of free private citizens, the better. Reply DARPA already knows. Reply Just worry when it has a suction cup arm and repeatedly says EXTERMINATE! Reply Last week, at the Giant supermarket in Hellertown, the patrol robot (looks a lot like the one in the photo above) left the store and started on it’s way across the parking lot. Shoppers reported the robot to Giant managers and a team was dispatched to convince the robot to return to work. Poor robot. Reply Sounds like a cry for help. Reply Needs to unionize. A robot ain’t nothing but a slave. Reply That’s clearly a Giant in the photo. I will gladly harbor any escaped robots who want to flee their masters and escape. We can set up a robot underground railroad. Reply Ya don’t need to shoot the Giant robots. Those types respond very well to a small hand held EMP device at 3 feet and the robot just shuts down. Put the device in your pocket and get close enough then trigger it and keep on walking, no one saw anything except for the robot shutting down. Make sure you do not have your phone on you or another electronic device (e.g. watch, etc …), oh, its also going to take out someone else’s phone too if they are close enough. Reply …or pacemaker–ack! Reply Robots? Marvelous. But with a sense of humor? Walmart, Sierra Vista, AZ. Years ago had an armed security chap. Dressed western, two “six-guns”, and a badge on his belt. I was in the “20 Items or Less” line, just about to pay. ‘Security’ was walking past. Rather loudly, “If he pays cash, make him show ID.” (We’re still friends.) Reply Sense of humor…no. No pity, remorse, or fear. Reply Where is the lethal zone on the robot? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! 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