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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

So, this happened.

If there is some way to explain this thing, it frankly eludes me:



To quote from the article:

The story starts in the near future, in the immediate aftermath of a war that has destroyed all the Earth's oil. A new power source is needed, and Sarah Palin steps forward to suggest steam power as a replacement. A conglomerate consisting of big oil and nuclear power interests makes a counterproposal by blowing her up with a bomb at the meeting where she suggests this.

Let me step back for a second and point out that in order to make steam power you boil water and turn it into steam to power your generators, and that nuclear power, oil and natural gas are some of the most common heat sources used to do that. Anyway, back to crazyland.

Six months later Sarah Palin wakes up to find that she now has body more than half made of robot parts. Powered by steam. It's unclear how exactly they're steam-powered. She mostly looks like Cyborg of the Teen Titans.


I'll let you follow the elegant and finely-crafted link I provided above to read the rest of the review but, just to whet your whistle, there's also a character named "Robama" as in, "robot Obama." Seriously:



Hard to know what to say except to mention that you can get your own for only $25, but the resulting therapy bills will cost way more than that.

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