Tuesday, October 6, 2015

A Robot Or Not?

Not only does Google provide the cat with a blog, but they want to help robots with that brain fog. They want to make them a buddy for you. Someone for you to talk to at your zoo. Isn't that nice? Bet they charge a hefty price.

Robots with common sense.
That might make some tense.
Or it may be grand,
As I've said in my land,

Humans have little common sense anymore.
So maybe Skynet can help with that chore.
And you can have quite the chat.
Just like Her or something like that.

Ready for I Robot?
Like the idea a lot?
A robot for you and me.
The Jetsons you can be.

Not a fan?
Bicentennial Man may have an evil plan.
Could make the world go boom?
Humans can also do that doom.

But who needs a pet or spouse or kid?
Just oil up a robot lid.
There you go.
A one person show.

Could even give you a thrill.
Would that be worth the bill?
Sure to some crazy nuts.
Must be in some real ruts.

Robots could do all the work.
That has to be a perk.
You can sit and get fat.
Nothing wrong with that.

They cook and clean.
You watch the TV screen.
Isn't that wow?
Could even get a robot cow.

Don't forget they chat.
They'll chat to any dingbat.
So ask away and have fun.
They'll chat a ton.

Remember they have common sense too.
They may have more than you.
So get ready for a robot spin.
I hear they'll even tuck you in.

Will you be getting a robot? Maybe you'll get a lot. In ten years or less you are supposed to be able to tell and confess. What if they call you an idiot at your sea? Pull the batteries out and string them up in a tree? Unless the robot can make the cat super rich, I'll avoid that itch. So that is a pass for my little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall. 

90 comments:

  1. HELLO CAT!
    Where's the party at?
    It's Tuesday....
    Such a fun day!
    And who is number one today
    At the Kitty Cat bay?
    Suza, Hank... how are you?
    Did you find my blue suede shoe?

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    1. I don't need a robot in my lair
      Or a robot in my chair
      Or an iBot helping me out
      Soothing me when I shout
      I don't need an iWoman to rub my um toe
      Didn't you know?

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    2. Look at you
      Not on the road at your zoo
      Hank must have got lost
      His streak was tossed

      No rub a dub dub
      Robot love at your hub? lol

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    3. Nope, I'll be on the road in an hour
      After I've taken a Bora shower
      No robot love though I feel like one
      Wake up, work, sleep... what fun

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    4. A robot we seem to me
      Following a program from sea to sea

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    5. And will we soon be obsolete
      As we skip a beat?

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    6. We just might
      As they take over one night

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  2. I can't see the need for ever having a robot. I suppose if one is ill or something of the like maybe.

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    1. Yeah seems as pointless as can be
      To go on a robot spree

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  3. Maybe when I'm old and need assistance. Otherwise, I'm perfectly capable on my own.

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    1. A better way
      No need for a robot slave at ones bay

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  4. Rosie from the Jetsons was so cool. She cooked, cleaned, babysat, played ball, but never tried to sleep with George. A loyal robot indeed!

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    1. That one would sure help out
      She had high clout

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  5. Maybe sometime in the future. But its already a big thing in Japan.

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    1. When robots have common sense
      Things may become tense

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  6. Robots with common sense
    Just need them to give a hand
    Need not think
    Or have to blink
    But to make things convenient

    Hank

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    1. And make humans more lazy
      Wonder if robots can go crazy

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  7. I think we will pass on the Robot too but it would be nice to have a pet that doesn't have to be fed or cleaned up after. BUT they wouldn't be so great to cuddle with at night.

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    1. Yeah, no mess to clean up would be a perk
      But if the batteries die they don't work

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  8. It would be nifty
    To have a hundred and fifty,
    Or maybe a score more,
    To do housework and run to the store.

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    1. That would be a ton
      Skynet may be given a run

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  9. I'd be interested in one that talks to my inlaws for me.

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    1. lmao well that would work
      Leave you with a smirk

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  10. I wouldn't mind robots which would do all the work
    even the worst tasks they would not try to shirk!

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    1. Like cleaning the loo
      And having no how nasty it is clue

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  11. You forgot C3P0, lord and savior of the Ewoks

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    1. lol might be good to forget that
      No need for ewoks where we are at

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  12. Self driving cars will be great for seniors. I hope I never get so isolated I will be content with a robot as a friend.

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    1. Yeah, that would be rather sad
      So isolated robots are all the friends that are had

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  13. Obotray illway alktray igpay atinlay?
    Yes they will, with a illpay
    Is it newspeak? No indeed
    Use it when language goes to seed

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    1. That is what many do already
      As language goes down hill steady

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  14. A robot to fetch treats would be good but I'm not crazy about the one that vacuums the carpet!

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    1. Yeah, those are rather scary
      But treats one would be merry

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  15. I don't see a robot at my zoo
    Don't want an extra body around the place
    I think they should just stay put
    maybe in outer space?

    betty

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    1. Outer space they can go
      Helping the martians to and fro

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  16. No don't think so, no robot at my shore!
    Scary things. Twilight Zone come to life. No thanks!

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    1. Lol Skynet could be upon you
      If a ton come due

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  17. Nope, no robots in the cards for me. I have enough "people" telling me everything I do is wrong without mechanical devices joining in. :P

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    1. haha but maybe they'd help
      Or just cause a yelp

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  18. Nope, no robots in the cards for me. I have enough "people" telling me everything I do is wrong without mechanical devices joining in. :P

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  19. I need one to clean up the house and do the household chores ~ The idea is already a reality and I am just waiting for them to mass produce them ~

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    1. Yeah, then robots will rule all
      Skynet will make humanity fall

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  20. It's kind of scary that all these things that are on Sci-Fi are becoming a reality. We're getting lazy and relying too much on technology to do everything.

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    1. Yep, that we surely are
      They should have quit at the car

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  21. All I can imagine now is a group of Terminator Kitties.

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    1. Ready to rule
      Fighting dogs that drool

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  22. Hm, a robot who can perform -
    Might that someday be the norm?
    No need to test for STDs -
    Just click them on
    And then they please?
    Is this for real
    Or do you tease?

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    1. Well Japan has some
      That will grope your bum
      People have to sign a waiver
      Saying they won't use them for such a favor

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  23. Hm, a robot who can perform -
    Might that someday be the norm?
    No need to test for STDs -
    Just click them on
    And then they please?
    Is this for real
    Or do you tease?

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  24. Robot snobot-not for me
    I think I shall let that be...maybe throw it up a tree:)

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    1. Might get stuck
      Or fall down and steal your truck

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  25. orlin N cassie

    de food serviss gurl saw a robot at disney werld { her thinkz it wuz } sum yeerz ago.... N de thing freeked her out......big time....her said her wooda rather seen a vampirez headed her way.....

    ♥♥♥

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    1. lol vampires are harder to kill though
      Robots you just give their battery a heave ho

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  26. I wanted a robot vacuum, until I saw they get stuck and just keep going back and forth in the same spot (even with supposed 'bump' technology). ;)

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    1. haha maybe wait until they up their game
      And they aren't so very lame

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  27. A battery operated robot that can give you a thrill
    I think they already make those, if you want to pay the bill! lol....

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    1. lol the bill could be steep
      Not providing you with a nice sleep

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  28. I heard something on the radio the other day about buying robots that talk to you. Kind of had me worried when they said if you use the robot for sexual purposes it will void the warranty. Kind of made me go "yikes" thinking that it's sad they have to put that kind of notice on the product.

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    1. Yep, so many use them for that
      Nuts where some people are at

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  29. We're definitely moving into sci fi territory.
    Good one, Pat.

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  30. As I have issues with hip and back
    A robot would help take up the slack
    But as a companion, nope, got friends
    I'll pass on that part of the robots' trends

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    1. Pat has such issues as well
      But on them we try not to dwell
      A robot could pick up the slack
      Or start a skynet attack

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    2. On aches I don't dwell
      But a robot might be swell
      You're too young for that
      Hope your pain is eased by the Cat

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    3. Eased by getting stabbed here and there
      That works at my lair

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  31. I wouldn't mind a robot to move
    Slow people and cars into a faster groove
    Or to clean my floors
    And shop at the stores
    But alas, the old-fashioned way I do these things
    As long as abundant energy springs

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    1. Not sure I'd trust them to shop
      That one could end up a flop

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  32. I might get a robot if she would cook, clean, do the laundry, change the beds and I could think of a few other things for her to do too.

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