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Automaton Society

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Robot Psychology and the Opressed Automata

Started by jenny jobe Feb 3. 0 Replies

Let us discuss what's got you all wound up. Got your cogs in a bind and a little bit rusty around the joints. Sometimes it takes a little TLC. To all automatons out there, this is a place for you. No…Continue

My opinion on death

Started by Miss Hatchet Q. Luke, Automaton. Last reply by jenny jobe Feb 3. 1 Reply

My opinion on death. I've been around death. I've cride at funerals for people I dont know. Ive experenced loss. When Curtia Soot X passed, I felt lost. Even now, there are days when I just want to…Continue

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Comment by jenny jobe 14 hours ago

Happy Valentines Day to all. I've already given my right arm to Miss Hatchet. So I guess I can spare another. As for the Badgers, they are a rather talkative bunch, constantly badgering me about the way I look and even how I was made, really!

So I had to give them my explanation in brief, which isn't brief at all... I thought this would quiet them down. It didn't. So I've been rather preoccupied with Badgers since.

Comment by Steve Moore 16 hours ago

 I am fond of Badgers and have been known to support the University of Wisconsin  football team being a Green Bay Packer since 1982. Strange for a Brit I know so my dear Automata fleshies can be strange too ! ha ha  

Comment by jenny jobe yesterday

I think there are a whole colony of Badgers, the one of whom I had the pleasure of dining with was named Walter.

Comment by Graf Falke von Falkenhorst yesterday

This is not surprising as it is well known that badgers are very fond of of pickled berry and jalapeno sandwiches.

Comment by jenny jobe yesterday

No, but I did come across a hole-in-the-wall, called the Greasy Cog... they serve pickled berry and jalapeno sandwiches. I also saw a badger in there as well.

Comment by Graf Falke von Falkenhorst yesterday

If anyone should come across a restaurant in there that serves a good Schnitzel, let me know.

Comment by jenny jobe yesterday

Sorry about the virus, that was actually me. Oops.

Comment by Lady CAT yesterday

Exert from the Chronicle of Lady CAT in Miss Hatchet's Clockwork: " Ah! Good news! I found the warehouse of supplies and there were several volumes detailing the construction of Miss Hatchet along with diagrams and notes! These were obviously intended for the gift shop but will suit my purpose well and I can exit and release Miss Hatchet back into the "wild" so to speak. ( I also acquired a cute bobble headed statue of Miss Hatchet that agrees with everything I say! Lovely!) ( Hmm, there is no "CAT in the Clockworks" song of which I am aware... but Professor Elemental will give me a "shout out" in an upcoming song called 'Questions'. Also lovely!)"

Comment by Miss Hatchet Q. Luke, Automaton yesterday
*sneezes* my nosie hurts. What all did you do in there CAT?
I was made somewere in England.
So yes. A cockney-accented-copper-steam-powered-clockwork-automaton.
*sneezes, wipes nose* i think i have a virus.
Comment by jenny jobe on Friday

Upon my rather accidental experiment, I came upon two artifacts, a key and a diary.  <Finds a keyhole on the edge of the book and, click... >

It's not a diary at all, although notes were of a strangely scribed pen. Oh, binary, hmm. Miss Hatchet is rather unique in the since, I've found a hidden data point. It appears that more books are scattered throughout her brain. Perhaps I need to consult with Lady CAT, she will indeed find these manuscripts interesting, as do I.


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