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Oh, St. Patch-rick.
Now, he was a saint among Robots. Let me tell you a bit about him by opening some of these legendary read-me files. He was 2.3 meters tall, and had a cooling system like no other robot. LIKE NO OTHER, I tells yah.
He smelled of shaving cream and brake fluid, with a hint of cinnamon. His feats knew no bounds, and often was associated with a 4-layered CD-Rom disk. With most CDs being dual-layered, this was extra lucky. He oft was credited with clearing all of the games of Snake out of URLand. He slash and slashed, and his network was always secure. Oh, St. Patch-rick, I imbibe to thee today.
I'd tell you more about robotic saints, but I'd probably bore you. We're not know for our religious figures, no sir. Now, if you want to discuss various ways to built a mind control device, or weigh options on servo upgrades, then we can talk. In fact, most robots are what you would call, atheist. Well, there is Robo-Jesus, so we're not entirely against religion. He was a cool guy, too, but maybe I'll save that story for later this month.
One last thought, just to get my public service announcement in to appear my parole:
No matter how bad it gets, you should never, ever, shake a Harlem.
Until next time, humans!