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|Don't be a douchebag!|
|Don't be a douchebag!|
|Armenian as hell|
|Have fun in the compost pile, bitches!|
|'Dinner's ready, fuckhead.'|
|I know you are, but what am I?|
|I don't make monkeys, I just train 'em!|
|That's my name, don't wear it out!|
|Why dontcha take a picture? It'll last longer!|
|The thickest, most delicious bacon on planet Earth|
|Peter Luger's porterhouse. There is nothing like it. And check out that creamed spinach!|
|An example of an ass being shook (not my sister's)|
|12/6/07 - A solitary robot soars above the stark slopes of Mt. Hood. Where|
it is bound I know not. I like to think it soars for soaring's sake. Robots
can be surprisingly zen like that.
|4/4/08 - This diverse yet orderly gathering of robots can|
only spell trouble for humans. Just think if our
congress could pool its talents like this.
|5/23/08 - The buck-toothed, slouching |
adolescent daydreams of robot babes that are way
out of his league.
|6/13/08 - Robots may look out of place among cacti, but they are|
in fact right at home in the dry environs of the American Southwest,
where rain is scarce and the threat of short circuit practically nil.
|6/27/08 - A patient gathering of robots waits for a bus that|
will never come. I enjoy the idea of them wondering when the
blabbermouth on the right is going to shut up.
|8/8/08 - Robots emerge from hyperspace. I imagine a robot invasion|
would look something like this. Breathtaking in beauty just
moments before they end our world.
|8/15/08 - Four robots peer up over the mountaintops and down upon a|
doomed resort town in Colorado.
|9/12/08 - Friday Robots are often mistaken for animals.|
By the time you realize the mistake, it's too late.
|10/17/08 - These, my favorite Friday Robots of all time, took me|
by surprise. Like none that came before or any that
have come since. They seem to me reminiscent of characters
from an Asian language. I highly recommend clicking the link to
view all of that day's remarkable robots.
|11/14/08 - Friday robots abide.|
|1/16/09 - I appreciate these robots for their simple beauty. In my eyes|
they are recently 'spawned' and fleeing then 'nest' for the first time.
|3/6/09 - Some robots have adapted to life under the sea. To learn|
the story of these Friday Robots, watch the video by Andy K below.
|5/8/09 - I suppose what I like so much about these robots|
is the notion that, even in a jungle clearing, one might
chance upon some Friday Robots.
|7/17/09 - Here are some Friday Robots beaming trillions of bits of information|
per second into the cosmos, where a looming mothership awaits their report. The
treeless prairie landscape allows for a clear transmission.
|8/14/09 - Occasionally robots get their just deserts. Here an elegant duo |
becomes acquainted with the gnashing teeth of a rock monster.
|11/13/09 - Friday Robots are familiar with the classics|
of 19th century American literature.
|11/27/09 - I like to believe that this installment represents fossil|
evidence of rather than actual Friday Robots.
|1/8/10 - A quartet of robots descends upon a sleepy|
|2/5/10 - Ordinary clumps of human hair? Think again.|
Friday Robots can assume nearly any shape or size.
|3/19/10 - Snow blankets a city where robots rule|
the land and the skies above.
|10/1/10 - Overpopulation is a problem that plagues robots too, as|
illustrated here in a devastating pileup.
|10/29/10 - A grouping of four robots brings us full circle.|
Robots imposed over a backdrop of canned fish reveals how
Friday robots has evolved over the years.