Sufficiently Inefficient


Ms. Drazzel:  “We ferreted out several more financial savings from our initial audit.”

CEO:  “Outstanding, let’s hear them. The Board’s gonna love this, big ‘L’. Know what I mean?”

Drazzel and Hackcommon presented their summary of discoveries.

Ms. Drazzel:  “How do you respond to all our findings?”

CEO:  “Man, who knew?”

Ms. Drazzel cleared her throat.

Mr. Hackcommon:  “Right,  the next to last item,  break rooms may be removed for considerable cost reduction.”

CEO:  “But the workers like a place to have meals and take breaks.”

Ms. Drazzel:  “The break room will be superfluous.”

CEO:  “What’s that?”

Mr. Hackcommon:  “Correct. Workers are inefficient. By far the most significant savings will be to re-invest in robots, perhaps D&H™. Retain a few of the brightest workers for clean-up.”

CEO,  “But I like coffee breaks with my employees.”

Ms. Drazzel:  “Understood, of course, you would be exempt from our cost savings calculations.”



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Six months ago I started making a robot, sculpture. It will be 24 in / 61 cm  tall.

For about a month smaller robots have come and gone from the workbench.

Unicycle robot 5th shot Old No 7 small

Security Robot from wood turning


Lolly_Bot 150 size

Balloon Robot


Error 7 A

Paint Bot