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Robots from Mercury

So I was at another OneBrick event this evening. It was a book sorting thing over at the warehouse for the Mercury News. Guess what they had? ROBOTS! Okay, so they're really just bigass automated carts that moved around on tracks and picked up various giant crates of what I can only assume are newspapers (maybe paper for printing?), so they didn't have arms and heads or anything... but still!

I mean, I know there are some hospitals now have robots that get around the hospital without tracks, and even use the elevators and stuff... but still! :)

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LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

LEAVE THIS FIELD BLANK. IT IS HERE TO TRAP ROBOTS.

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