Isaac Hayes’ Three Laws of Robotics

Isaac Hayes’ Three Laws of Robotics:

1. A robot must risk his neck for his brother man, and may not cop out when there’s danger all about.
2. A robot must be a sex machine to all the chicks, except where such actions conflict with the will of his main woman.
3. A robot must at all times strive to be one bad motha-shutchyomouth.

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~ by Matt Stratton on July 20, 2004.

3 Responses to “Isaac Hayes’ Three Laws of Robotics”

  1. heehee, just last week Chris made me listen to the theme song to “Shaft” so that references to the song wouldn’t be sailing right over my head anymore. Good stuff.

  2. *waves* Just found yourLJ and wanted to say that it’s nice seeing someone use theirs for actual content. Thanks for the read!

    -Autumn May-

  3. I do what I can to provide a service to the webbernet community.

    It’s a calling, really.

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