The Real WALL-E

Submitted by: petris112 8 years ago in Tech

The new Disney movie WALL-E features robots of the future actively helping humans. But the future is now.
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Male 357
i want the wall e toy
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Male 988
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Male 103
"It needs chainguns and a flamethrower..."
Oh yeah, that`ll work out, and then when one gets its network hacked into by some psychotic sociopath, things will definitely work themselves out. Douche.

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Male 107
ahh those chainguns sound nice...
especialy when theres a burgler, you can shoot him, and check wheter hes really dead or not!
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Female 173
OMG ty JAXLEY! xD
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Male 637
Holy wow. The Johnny 5 reference brought back memories. I loved Short Circuit!
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Male 868
Wall-E was a great movie. Cool robot too. To me, he seemed like a mix of Johnny 5, ET, and R2D2. And this is no Wall-E, sorry.
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Male 273
that is so full of win!

but chainguns and a flamethrower wouldn`t hurt.

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Male 988
ok then, check this one out - it`s actually Wall-E in real life!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=As7UQtKX0...

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Male 2,422
It needs chainguns and a flamethrower...
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Male 603
Thank goodness there are people smarter than I am... smart. There are people like this who do cool things, and all I have to do is wait another 5 or 10 years (on my couch) `til Wal-Mart starts selling these things.

Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if every single member of the human race shared your exact aptitude, imagination, and abilities? I`ve wondered about that, and we would have nothing as cool as this. To be honest, we`d probably all be sleeping in thatched huts, but we would ALL have a hut, at least. Also, there would be more beer.

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Female 1,002
Wall-E is still cuter.
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Male 169
classy
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Male 171
You see that whole thing just RUINED wall-e for me. I didn`t know there were people in it
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Female 192
lol at wuzzgoof!!
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Female 192
what?? give it its own decision to call 911?

what if it decides not to? Dx

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Female 511
Wall-E was pretty good - totally preachy though. So that made it kind of suck, imho.

And this robot doesn`t look cute like Wall-E ;_;

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Male 596
without Fiction we would be No where, now look at the new Orbital Shock Troops, low-to-high orbital jumps to be Anywhere on earth in 90minutes, hell we even have a satellite system, SHEILD 1 to throw small tennis ball slugs at enemy missles, amazing
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Female 649
it is really slow though... and it should have like.. some sort of shell to protect its circuitry. still pretty neat. its a step :)

and Wall-E looks extremely fun to see :)

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Male 668
I wanna see Wall-E

But that robot idea seems pretty practical, although expensive. Damn you social security benefits.

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Male 2,551
Viking - depends where its shot.
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Male 2,160
my only question is can it survive a hit from a .44 mag...cursed robots taking over...
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Female 173
BWAHAHAHHA /\
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Female 173
He needs a wafflemaker.
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Male 5,094
It can, it uses it arms to pull itself up. It ain`t fast though.
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Male 188
what if they were upstair i dont think a robot on weels can climb stairs
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Male 2,781
WHAT IF HE GETS A `SHORT CIRCUIT`
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Male 5,094
I wonder how long it will take before someone hacks into one of those.

tommy419: Number Johnny Five wasn`t created to help humans. :P

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Male 475
i thought they were gonna show number 5...
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Male 215
theyre good helpers until they start knocking down old people and NOT calling the police
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Male 1,455
He might be able to do tons of stuff, be he`s waaaay too slow.
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Female 57
Aaaaaaaaand what if a murderer breaks into your house and takes over the control of the robot and kills the person who is to be taken care of? Well? Ha, didn`t thought about that, did ya now?
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Male 509
Screw human doctors, I want that robot! A colonoscopy from him might be uncomfortable though...
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Male 5
Link: The Real WALL-E [Rate Link] - The new Disney movie WALL-E features robots of the future actively helping humans. But the future is now.
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