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BROTRON: Robots That Aren't Really Robots

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Click to viewThere is no bigger tease that robot art. It's like hopping inside a Ferrari, hitting the gas and realizing that there is no engine inside. But then you remember: it's owning a Ferrari gets you laid, not driving one. (Or so we understand).

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Created by Greg Brotherton, these "robots" are handmade with hammers and steel, because once we grow sick of Apple everything will have rivets and the distinct possibility of cutting your primitive, sissy flesh. Roughly 7 feet in height, these robots weight between 80 and 200lbs. And hopefully, when we do have sex slaves robots they will look at least this awesome (but maybe lack the horns).

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DISCUSSION

"Brotron" sounds like a cybernetic black dude that suburban white kids can buy.

"Hey you kids living in the suburbs! Tired of purchasing street cred at Abercrombie? How about if you had your own 'Bro' to hang out with? He walks, he talks, he even holds a gun sideways and freestyle raps! It's 'Brotron'!"

From the makers of "Beaner-Bot", the only robitic gardener made for wealthy people in Minnesota who want to have a 'Genuine Hollywood' style lawn-care system.