Straight Line of the Day: Japan Wants To Hold Robot Olympics in 2020. Expect to See…

Posted on June 23, 2014 12:00 pm

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Japan wants to hold Robot Olympics in 2020. Expect to see…

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34 Responses to “Straight Line of the Day: Japan Wants To Hold Robot Olympics in 2020. Expect to See…”

  1. can of spam says:

    … the field of entrants turn on their creators and start to level Tokyo, until some teenagers with strange hairdos and really big eyes put a stop to them.

  2. jw says:

    iRobot’s roomba clean up

  3. FredKey says:

    MechaGodzilla vs. MechaKong

  4. can of spam says:

    … certain eastern European robots disqualified after investigations find out they’re using illegal voltage.

  5. can of spam says:

    … the IOC sue the living **** out of these organizers for even breathing the word “Olympics” without a hefty licensing fee.

  6. can of spam says:

    … the Russian judge-bot award an undeserved 0x0A in gymnastics.

  7. can of spam says:

    … “American” entrants that were assembled in China.

  8. Bob B says:

    …the robot soccer event spiral out of control due to the constant teraflopping…

  9. can of spam says:

    … a Samsung robot that looks suspiciously like the Apple iRobot.

  10. can of spam says:

    … nerdgasms.

  11. can of spam says:

    … Bob Costas for about 90% of the prime-time broadcast’s screen time.

  12. FormerHostage says:

    Accusations of steroid use by the Gundam.

  13. DamnCat says:

    …separate competitions for Malebots, Fembots, and Transformers.

  14. FormerHostage says:

    …free condoms and WD-40 at the Olympic Village.

  15. FormerHostage says:

    @13 – snort!

  16. FormerHostage says:

    …a boxing demonstration by the Rock ’em, Sock ’em robots.

  17. can of spam says:

    @14: To be fair, they really don’t want to catch any virii.

  18. Burt says:

    …the javelin will throw you.

  19. c64wood says:

    Expect to See…

    …the swimming events which will be shocking.

  20. jw says:

    …battle bots be renamed “olympic tryouts”

  21. Burt says:

    …the torch will be a Burning Man:

  22. Iowa Jim says:

    . . . robot soccer which is just as boring as what’s happening now in the World Cup.

  23. Burt says:

    …a small but vocal group of protestors claiming that Humans should not be worshipped as creators and quite possibly not actually exist.

  24. FormerHostage says:

    …a bunch of Obama selfies.

  25. Christopher Robin says:

    … bukakki done with hydraulic oil with the competition based on which one can pivot faster.

  26. c64wood says:

    …the droids we’re looking for

  27. Anonymiss says:

    Hee hee hee some awesome lines here. :)

  28. Gumbeaux says:

    Japan wants to hold Robot Olympics in 2020. Expect to see…

    Al Gore suing the organizers when they don’t allow him to compete.

    Flo-Bot from Progressive winning the Gold, Vince-Bot from ShamWow winning the Silver, and the GEICO Pig-Bot winning the Bronze in the Please Mute Me competition.

    The robot from Lost In Space lighting the flame at the opening ceremony from across the stadium. How cool would that be!

  29. Bob in Feenicks says:

    …the answer to the nagging question, who would win in a fight between Voltron and Tranzor Z.

    …a not-exactly-unexpected attack by Godzilla.

  30. walruskkkch says:

    A much more diverse Hooker population.

  31. Writer says:

    … Robbie will be the final Judge for all events.

  32. Apostic says:

    Play-by-play announcer: R2-D2
    Color commentator: C-3PO
    Off-Color: Bender

  33. Apostic says:

    Opening Ceremony: Cast of the Small World exhibit performs Styx’s “Mr. Roboto.”
    Closing Ceremony: About thirty seconds later.

  34. jw says:


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