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First Armed Robots on Patrol in Iraq

cheezus Is this from a shitty 90's movie? (661 comments)

This dude thinks so:

http://shitsnaz.blogspot.com/2007/07/us-army-gets- robot-idea-from-shitty.html

" 1995, the movie "Evolver" is released to the public. This piece of shit is about a robot that goes crazy and kills people so it can win at laser tag. At one point, the two protagaonists/high school students of the movie break into a military research facility (!) and watch a video about a top-secret government project for a futuristic military robot. It was called project "SWORDS".
The two acronyms and purposes of the robots are plain to see. It's painfully obvious to me that the Army stays up late and flips back and forth between demiporn on Cinemax and the horrible movies on USA. I can only imagine a researcher dropping his can of "Da Beast" to realize that, yes, there *has* to be a project SWORDS and a killer robot."

more than 6 years ago

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