Quote of the day—Comfortably Smug‏ @ComfortablySmug

Listen to the sound of their gears and them walking. Remember that sound. You’ll hear it again soon enough as you hide in a closet, holding your child close, fighting the urge to scream. Watching the sliver of light under the door until they arrive.

Comfortably Smug‏ @ComfortablySmug
Tweeted on February 12, 2018
[Skynet smiles.—Joe]

17 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Comfortably Smug‏ @ComfortablySmug

  1. OMFG that gave me the willies. As if I didn’t already have enough material to fuel my nightmares. The sticking of the foot into the doorway was a nice touch.

  2. Mount a recoilless rifle (breech-loading) on the top of one of those things, and you’d make some infantry squads very happy. Need to quiet the actuators, give it 12 hours endurance, and give it a laser spot tracker, independent rangefinder and ballistic computer so its little good-doggy mind can play ‘ka-blooie the encoded laser spot the squad leader designated’.

    • Heck, it doesn’t even have to be armed. Just make it a mule for carrying ammunition and water so the grunts don’t have to, and they will love you for it.

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  4. In response to this video, friend pointed my to the ‘Metalhead’ episode of ‘Black Mirror’ on Netflix.

    • Keep in mind they will be shooting you at the same time if not before. And they will be extremely fast shooters and incredibly accurate.

    • That might work for a couple minutes if they weren’t able to just power on through it. If they couldn’t just essentially ignore they would find a solution such as tearing it up or kicking dirt and/or sand on top of it.

  5. “The 600 series had rubber skin. We spotted them easy. But these are new, they look human. Sweat, bad breath, everything. Very hard to spot.
    ….
    It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear! And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead!”

    I’m thinking shaped charges….

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