Service Robots

I’ve always wanted to have my own personal robot; I’m hoping that personal robots will be something that we are able to have within my lifetime. I just like the idea of having a robot servant that could work as a butler, a maid, a driver, a cook, and everything else that you’d have to pay actual people a weekly wage, rather than the one-time fee of purchasing a service robot.

I’m sure that you would need to regularly do some sort of service on your service robot or something. I don’t know how it would work though because I don’t know much about robotics. Would they need an oil change like a car or a boat does? I don’t think I could power a robot with Mercury oil but I guess I could always try.

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Stick to the Classic Containers

I’m a big fan of the show Seinfeld. There’s an episode of the show where hipster doofus Cosmo Kramer tries to create a new product that can be used to carry oil. The idea is an oil tanker ‘bladder’ which is essentially oil being held in a giant rubber ball. Like many of Kramer’s ideas on the show, this idea drastically backfires.

After the oil bladder falls out the window, it’s proven that the rubber ball is not nearly sturdy enough to carry that much liquid. He would have needed a much sturdier container to actually work. He should have just kept it in a Mercury Oil 55 gallon drum; there are never any problems with those!

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