Sunday, December 2, 2007


Well that was certainly enlightening. I was thinking I’d see more of a Mechastreisand type of evil robot, but I’m willing that evil comes in many sizes.

Tak: I liked your plan, but I think it falls into the devious category more than the evil category. I think your Girl Scout is too much Donld Trump and not enough Kim Jong-Il. To add a bit more evil, perhaps think about adding some toddler stomping and lost pants into the coffee/dry cleaning idea.

Dr. Nemonok: Your robot had potential. But providing young boys through-out the country with jeans that are hard to take off, you only protected them from the creepy older men by providing more coverage. That’s a good thing, not an evil thing.

Gyrobo: I’m glad you’ll have a nice big robot, but his components make him sound somewhat flammable. A successful evil robot can’t have obvious flaws that are easy to exploit, and your evil machination is one flaming arrow away from disaster. Might I recommend a flame retardant for future models?

Mr. Bennet, excuse me, Mr. Butler: Using the power of God to run your monster is a great idea. The only possible downside could be if the world turned atheist and God ceased to exist. But I digress into silly philosophical issues.

I know that everyone was worried that I’d be biased and have my favorites *pats Tak fondly on the cheek* I didn’t let that affect my decision.

The winner of the ‘build a robot of doom’ segment of the contest is

Mr. Benn…ulter, Mr. Butlet, lets try that again…

Mr. Butler is the winner with his Capt. Planet stomping Jane Fonda powered robot.


Mr. Butler said...

Just imagine if I would have had time to do some Photoshops! Unfortunately, I got stuck in Lubbock until 4:00 AM.

Dr. Nemonok said...

Well darn. I was certainly going to use Jane Fonda for a power source but I didn't think it was necessary.

A Army Of (Cl)One said...

I was just going to use Jane Fonda (dressed as Barbarella of course)

PS. Jane dressed as Barbarella, not me.

Gyrobo said...

I'll be more retardant in the future.