$400,000 robots from Neiman Marcus for Christmas

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  1. Peter Kim

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    2003 Christmas Book

     
  2. Michael Ballack

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    I've always wanted a Robot since Rocky 4. [​IMG]
     
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  4. Peter Kim

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    Well, if you flip through the catalog, you'll find it an exercise in extravagance.

    Tomahawk motorcycle, powered by a Dodge Viper V-10

     
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    Shouldn't that be...."Kill all humans" and "Bite...MY...Shiny...metal...ASS! [​IMG]
     
  7. Seth--L

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    They left out the most important feature:

    - Showoff to all your friends that you have more money than god and can afford to literally throwaway $400,000.00
     
  8. Garrett Lundy

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    From what I've read about the DaimlerChrysler Tomahawk Motorcycle:

    1. It's not a motorcycle, its a four wheeled car you sit on top of

    2. Its not for sale to the public, it can't turn without falling over

    3. The top speed of 300mph is theoretical, there is no fairing so the rider would have trouble staying on the vehicle at speeds above 175
     
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    I think it's great that someone stepped up to the plate & made these cheap $400k robots available for the less fortunate who can't afford quality automatons. [​IMG]
     

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