Little did your readers know,
am that robot.
I let the secret slip.
Oh well, that’s something you’d do, I think.
Hmmmm, well there’s one test we can always do: see if the robot can do the “back float” technique! If he’s a robot he’ll sink, and possibly short-circuit!
But then who will write comic for you guys?
If I, the comic-writing robot, am destroyed, and Nathan, my master, is on permanent vacation, there will be no more Interesting Times!
THANKS FOR PLOTTING TO RUIN IT FOR US ALL, THERAPIST.
What if someday you want to come back, only to find the robot has grown too comfortable in your place and won’t give you your life back?
I can assure you, such problems will not occur.
First, to the rest of my readers: Yes, the commenter you know as “Hooblygoob” is actually an artificial intelligence who has been commenting here in order to interact with others and learn more natural speaking patterns and humour. I feel like the experiment has been going well (up until the point where it decided to reveal itself, of course.)
As to your “laser charging”, traitorous automaton, I need only remind you that I have of course built certain fail-safes into your programming to prevent just such an attack from happening. At least, I think I did. The more I consider it, maybe I completely forgot. Does the phrase “CELLAR DOOR” do anything to your programming?
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