Exo-force robots: now with less suckiness!

MOKO'S BRICKSHELF - Scientists announced today that they had recently discovered a method for removing excessive sux0r from Exo-Force robots. They announced a simple do-it-yourself fix for joint stiffness and exposed brains on the back of the head, as well as lack of Teletubby screens. These are the steps:

  1. If you're a n00b who wants directions, hire a professional.
  2. look at the pictures and do what you see.
Press photos also reveal what seems to be a jet pack. it appears to be constructed of the parts remaining after robot frame augmentation is complete.Dean for Moyblik, thank you for reading.


Lukas said...

Bravo! somebody posts :D

Anonymous said...

Cool BUT, it suck that is that the flex limb can easly break and the pin is sticking out.

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