(updated 12 Nov 04)

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What holds this robot together. You got it...beer nuts! (maxcel200@aol.com)

Recirculated beer from the robot is discounted to half price. (william.fishburne@verizon.net)

Note: If you are a legal representative from the Futurama cartoon, we are NOT paying you royalties! (chharget@aol.com)

From the man whose great granddaddy invented the slot machine... (HerzogVon@aol.com) ...and the still.

We tried giving him Chardonnay ...but all he did was whine! (maxcel200@aol.com)

Soon to follow, a companion homeless bot. (Cantw82paint@Aol.com)

I can see how that meeting went: "Hey Jon, should we cure cancer? AIDS? Feed the homeless?" "Nah... let's make a robot that can do the same thing as my alcoholic high school drop-out brother!" (mrxsandmanx@yahoo.com)

Man, they were right-- I SHOULD have stayed away from the brown acid. (ListenBucko@yahoo.com)

The robot needs the alcohol to keep its fuel cells powered, but it smokes only to look cool. (tygrkhat40@yahoo.com) Well, that's what the manufacturer would have you believe.

Not discussed was Fembot, a companion project where a robot tries to illicit sexual interaction with much less success. (william.fishburne@verizon.net)

The robot's name is Bender and his best friend is called Fry. (muhltrayne@yahoo.com)

The good news is the robot can process through the 12-step program a thousand times faster than its human counterpart. (SPTirish@aol.com)

A similar project to build a coffee-house mooching robot succeeded when the robot got wired. (khalazdad@adelphia.net) The downside is he had to beg twice as much...those Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino Venti's sure are expensive.

Beer-drinking robots? Talk about a machine that gets REALLY well-oiled! (cmndrnineveh@aol.com)

Wait a minute. . Drink beer, beg for money. Are you sure my brother-in-law is not inside that thing? (richdiandkids@optonline.net)

Well, you know what they say about bar bots...they're a 10010010 at 10 pm, a 11001101 at 2 am. (JOSQUARD@aol.com)

Progress or regress...you be the judge...

Panhandling drunks beware: Even your job can be replaced by robots! (dart270@geocities.com; stan@squidworks.com)