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22nd Jan 2018, 12:03 AM in 14. Robots
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Seabiscuit 22nd Jan 2018, 12:03 AM edit delete
Seabiscuit
Aw gosh, I looked forward to this moment for ages, but I feel sad regardless. Poor Benny boy.

I gots fanart~~ :D

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Seeing Jeff's question last time, Argyle went right into action mode, because of course he did. He's Argyle. Bwahaha, this really cracks me up, because female Jeff (Jess?!) is just sooo cute! And despite Jeff and Jess switching places (kinda?:D), he (she?) still retains that... Adorable Jeff Essence, bbwahahaha.:D

(Argy does the SUPER CUTE and updating again The Under!)

Comments:

Chippewa Ghost 22nd Jan 2018, 12:28 AM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
Let the hate flow...
Seabiscuit 24th Jan 2018, 9:07 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
and the bodies hit the floor
hykez87 22nd Jan 2018, 12:51 AM edit delete reply
hykez87
He's not really having a good day.
Seabiscuit 24th Jan 2018, 9:08 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
Or a good week, for that matter, haha.
Stever 22nd Jan 2018, 9:37 AM edit delete reply
Stever
One can totally understand his frustration. Although, I wonder if beating up the robot with a bomb in it is practical. XD
Seabiscuit 24th Jan 2018, 10:36 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
Practical... No. Fun? Maybe!
ChilPhil 22nd Jan 2018, 1:38 PM edit delete reply
ChilPhil
Oh, I'd be so mad too.
Seabiscuit 24th Jan 2018, 10:37 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
Yeah, I think this is one of a few times at least where his salt is justified.D:
Edward Carter 23rd Jan 2018, 6:03 PM edit delete reply
Edward Carter
Yeah, here's this psuedo-sentient robot pulling The Programming Card.

Fess up, 01, you coulda been a big help.

Nice plot, by the way. I've got some pretty strong inklings of what "Close enough to our own" implies.
Seabiscuit 24th Jan 2018, 10:37 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
It's like the robo get out of jail free card, heeeehe.

Aw, thank you!! I have fun with that concept.>:3
MadJak91 24th Jan 2018, 3:13 PM edit delete reply
MadJak91
Well, there is no point in getting mad at her but under a lot of emotions it is quite understandable. She is a robot and she performed her duties as programmed. It is what it is so the blame is on whoever programmed her.
She probably was not even programmed to evaluate human emotions (if applicable) in the first place so it is probably pointless to even slightly expect that from a robot.
But hey, I do not know their capabilities.

Robots are misunderstood. Sigh :(
Seabiscuit 24th Jan 2018, 10:38 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
Yeah, I couldn't blame him, I think. But our dear robot friend has like, the bare minimum of programming when it comes to interacting with people and such; it just wasn't necessary for her duty.>:

Of course not all robots are as half assed in that department, haha
AugustaCaesar 26th Jan 2018, 1:02 AM edit delete reply
AugustaCaesar
That has been touched-upon before, the theme of humans not being able to cope with how machines do as they're told, and not weigh options...
Seabiscuit 26th Jan 2018, 7:56 PM edit delete reply
Seabiscuit
Yup yup. Robots, so misunderstood, and junk.D: