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Jan 04, 2006 23:24 |  #1

My wife got herself a Roomba with her bonus. As I write it has repeatedly bumped in to my chair. Presumably its robotic mind is after attention or a glass of water or something. Actually, having seen plenty of movies it probably wants to take over the world. At least everywhere would be clean.

Anyway, can you write these things off as a dependant? I tried to legally adopt my camera last year but I hate to say it, this thing just has more personality.


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Jan 04, 2006 23:57 |  #2

They seem about as productive as a teenager, so you might be able to.


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Jan 05, 2006 11:36 |  #3

excuse me but I have to know.. do you have some automatic furbie like creature in your house??? I could just google 'roomba' but... nah, what is it? Sari.


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Jan 05, 2006 11:38 |  #4

Robotic vaccum cleaner that's supposed to automatically know where it's going and not run into anything. :rolleyes:


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Jan 05, 2006 11:47 |  #5

i have entertained the thought of getting one but... i have a dog whos scared of his own shadow and two cats..this thing would give them all a stroke!
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Jan 05, 2006 12:33 as a reply to  @ zacker's post |  #6

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i have entertained the thought of getting one but... i have a dog whos scared of his own shadow and two cats..this thing would give them all a stroke!
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But it would be entertaining to watch lol...............Joe


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Jan 05, 2006 14:00 |  #7

I HAVE THOUGHT ABOUT THAT.. IT SURE WOULD BE.. I IMAGINE THE CATS SLEEPING THEN THE ROOBA BUMPS INTO THE CHAIR....LOL
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Jan 05, 2006 14:04 |  #8

Hey Joe, I just got back from your site...Bravo! Great pics.. my faves are in the "Manipulated" section...the water with the dock and the single tree... excellent work.
On your waterfall shots? do you use an ND filter or just shoot when the sun is low?
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