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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by IMadeYouReadThis, Oct 16, 2019.
You sure it's not a new robotic mobility scooter/porta potty?
Did it ask you to dance?
Just wait until one goes rogue, and....
Tell your “friend”
Roboots are Canadian robots, eh?
Betcha I can hotwire it and ride it around the store.... Yep!
Wonder what happens on spin cycle with a six pound ham in its belly?
Betcha we can hack into it and mess up the inventory report real bad too!
(Its the new LOL!)
Robocop. It is equipped with electroshock weaponry to incapacitate shoplifters, ice cream lickers, etc.
Won't peeples smash trolleys into itz
We can only hope.
Without being monitored.... Who'll watch the watchers?
While I believe you, how does it count the Frosted Flakes boxes hiding behind the one up front? RFID?
Would it be disruptive to ol' Sam the Robo-walmartian if we moved stuff all around the store? Maybe a little "civil disobedience"?
If you walk by them and say , “Who empties these dehumidifiers ?” they get really pissed off
They have a larger cone shaped one at a local shopping center for security. Ran over a kid's foot. Fortunately my encounter with it was benign. I'm wondering if you could get it to follow you by "acting suspicious".
With this talk of Bossa Nova I couldn't resist posting this little tidbit from Mrs. Steve Lawrence
2 days ago I told a customer that our automated scrubber was just a haunted regular scrubber.
I hope he tells his friends, if people think its haunted, maybe I wont find it on cinder blocks one morning (it's an interesting store...)
Walmart is going automated on instock scanners, scrubbers, and the conveyer/sorter for unloading trucks.
Ironically, the robot scrubber didn't impact the hours allotted for overnight maintenance, but 2 years ago they switched to "one coat" wax and that cost 3 FT people worth of hours.
And the robo sorter didn't take second shift unloading hours away.
I'm fairly certain theres a termination protocol in the machines to avoid paying severance packages.
It's just a theory..... until stock prices fall and wages become the most controllable of all controllable expenses.
Who knew, Skynet starts @ big box retail
“Mr. Balloon. Mr. Balloonhands. Drinkin’ outta cups...”
I think one touched my butt, then acted like nothing happened??
I wanted another go
I live 90 miles from the nearest Walmart. Those robots will never find me.
Besides, no way in heck could they make it up my rocky dirt road.
Good luck to those living in the concrete jungle.
OK....caught you! You're supposed to read previous posts before making your own!
Go back and check post #7........