September 20, 2012

To his friend...

So there.

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  1. Do cyborgs smell of electric sweat?

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  2. I honestly can't say I disagree with this logic...

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  3. He'd be the only person to use WD-40 as a deodorant.

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  4. Is there even much left of his human body to produce odor? It's like his head and torso and thats it right? I don't think machine parts smell like B.O. on their own.

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  5. Hey, now! -You leave Peter Weller, and his marvelous lips, alone! I'm sure Alex Murphy smells amazing. Like pear baby-food and a new car.
    However- Robert John Burke's RoboCop probably does smell like the inside of a cast... and I know for a fact that Page Fletcher's Robo smells of an old, used, wet BAND-AID®.
    And this new one? Well... it's just gonna smell like shit.

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  6. Didn't Robo-Cop save a wrestler from a cage once? Someone should just ask that guy

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    1. You mean Sting. You could also ask the Four Horsemen, as those were the ne'er-do-wells that Robocop chased off. Take a look! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yc9FXJT8HE

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  7. The funk inside of a cast, the clean smell of machine oil, and the tang of a motherboard running hot.

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    1. Don't forget the antiseptic and antibiotics. Lots of both.

      Robocop probably smells like some unholy cross between an electronics lab, a machine shop, and a hospital. I'm surprised they don't hang one of those cardboard christmas trees on him.

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  8. From what I heard, Peter Weller sweated a whole bunch in the Robocop suit. So this guy might not be far off.

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    1. Weller sweated so much that a cooling fan had to be added to the suit. I'd imagine that RoboCop would have to have be packing some pretty impressive heat sinks (and perhaps some water cooling with a radiator?)

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