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Day 305 – Jumping the Shark Bot

So… I guess this means the bots are going downhill from here, folks.

I hope you are looking forward to Day #306: Silver Bot, Day #312: Robot bot, and Day #322: Stereotypical Robot a Day Bot.

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March 29 2010 | homage | 1 Comment »

Day 281 – Evil Mastermind Bot

MU HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

(when you can see the brain, that means extra evil geniusness. Seriously, look it up. It’s so true.)

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October 29 2009 | occupations | 3 Comments »

Day 280 – Atlas Bot

I know that holding up the celestial globe/world was a punishment and all, but what the heck does he do when his nose gets itchy?

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October 26 2009 | myths | 4 Comments »

Day 279 – Cerberus Bot

Cerberus is totally the best kind of dog; multiple heads for petting, but only one butt for pooping.*

That is, of course, assuming it’s not one of those drooly dogs, with the drooling and the mouth froth. Then you’ve got three times the spittle, as well. BUT ONLY 1 BUTT FOR POOPING. It’s still a win.

*I was going to make some sort of convoluted comment about how Cerberus guards the river Styx, and how the only Styx song I know is Sailing Away, and how intensely awesomely ridiculous that song is, but I though a poop joke was funnier. We like to keep it classy here at Robot a Day.

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October 22 2009 | myths | 2 Comments »

Day 276 – Napoleon Bot

It’s been awhile since high school history class, and I realized that I really only have two hazy recollections about Napoleon: he was a french dude who did some stuff, and he was shorty mcshortshort.

So, I thought I should probably fact check this, mostly because all I really remember about this unit was that the teacher played ABBA’s “Waterloo” for us (warning, the first bit of that video will totally give you seizures. And not just because of what Bjorn is wearing.). So I went where we all go when fact checking is needed: the Wikipedia.

The consensus:

1. Napoleon: TOTALLY FRENCH
2. Napoleon: TOTALLY A DUDE
3. Napoleon: TOTALLY DID SOME STUFF
4. Napoleon: TOTALLY WHO ABBA WAS SINGING ABOUT
5. Napoleon: NOT ACTUALLY THAT SHORT AFTER ALL.

So there you go. Mr. Bonaparte wasn’t labouring under a need to prove himself because of a height complex, he was labouring under a need to prove himself so he could take command and rule the world. Just like every other General-type dude in history.

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August 31 2009 | homage | 1 Comment »

Day 274 – Rapunzel Bot

I always have wondered if rapunzel was a dude, if it would have been a beard that was climbed instead of long hair…..

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August 24 2009 | myths | 3 Comments »

Day 271 – Rosie the Riveter Bot

For once I don’t even have anything smart-assy to say. I’m all like “Damn right, Rosie, we CAN DO IT”.

As far as I’m concerned, “it” is BEING TOTALLY AWESOME.

We can do that, right?

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August 13 2009 | homage | 9 Comments »

Day 238 – Fanboy Bot

This bot`s a fandom triple-threat!

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June 02 2009 | homage | 7 Comments »

Day 225 – Pied Piper Bot


I don’t know that the pied piper is really a folk hero, but I’m including him in this group because he’s totally historically inaccurate. Actually, it might be more accurate to say that he’s factually inaccurate and scientifically implausible, since, you know, people can’t just pipe a tune to lure rats away. It takes cheese, too.

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May 01 2009 | Uncategorized | 5 Comments »

Day 224 – William Tell Bot

One thing I hadn’t anticipated when creating Robot a Day was how many arrows I’d have to make!

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April 30 2009 | myths | 3 Comments »

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