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Ten thousand years of Roboshrub.

Fangs for the memories.

In today’s state, Roboshrub Incorporated is an entity entirely devoted
to the execution of what normal people would refer to as “bad ideas.”

It was the creator’s original idea that all concepts, whether
useful or not, contribute to the global subconscious level of progress
for the human race. Therefore, we contend that no idea is an unfit
idea, and vow to act on each and every one of them.

Roboshrub Inc.
Public Communications Department

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Suffer the Fate of a Thousand Bees!
(Before they go extinct)

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Product #2724-76v “Amphibious Spacecraft”

Ever since the dawn of spaceflight, entrepreneurs and government officials have dreamed of a way to explore both the depths of space—as well as the ocean depths—with the same vehicle. Roboshrub Inc. has fulfilled that burning market demand in the form of the OmniCraft™. Engineered under the careful watch of famed clock maker and jewel thief Dr. Carlos “Pockets” Brodski, the OmniCraft is capable of altitudes ranging from -12,000 kilometers to infinity.

Able to reach any altitude!

We’ve spent over forty million dollars (American) to realize and refine Dr. Brodski’s original conceptual design, and imbued the final product with the type of magic and pure unadulterated quality present in all Roboshrub Incorporated inventions. During the testing process, we managed to switch power types from pollutant-generating coal to lean, clean nuclear power. This allowed us to both streamline the water pressure tanks, allowing for deeper underwater maneuverability, and add more layers onto the hull, allowing for submergence to a depth where the water pressure is well over a million PSI.

A scaled blueprint of the OmniCraft™ engine.

The OmniCraft™ has four fission rockets which allow it to reach speeds of up to Mach Lucky 7, which translates roughly to Mach 7.7. Prior experience with spacecraft and/or watercraft may be required for full operational use. Includes a complement of robotic probes with motion and temperature sensors, a 300 foot tether cable, two 12-bulb industrial strength LED Luxion headlamps, and your choice of 36 custom OmniCraft™ decals. Not meant for use in zero gravity or underwater environments.

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Blogger ticharu gesticulated...

ooo ooo robotic probes! I need one for my flying fish!

2/05/2006 7:21 PM  
Blogger Gyrobo gesticulated...

We don't sell replacement parts. Just fill out a form saying the probe you received was defective, and we'll hook you up with a dozen new ones.

2/05/2006 7:26 PM  
Blogger L>T gesticulated...

it was sounding good untill you got to the tether cable. down hill after that.
The decals tho, great! everyone loves those. Can always put them on the fridge or mirrors in the bathroom. It does have a bathroom?

2/05/2006 9:56 PM  
Blogger Gyrobo gesticulated...

It includes an Environmental Control and Life Support System, which is what astronauts use to recycle urine.

2/05/2006 10:03 PM  
Blogger Bhakti gesticulated...


my cat is sitting on my left hand...oops--now she's licking my left hand.

2/05/2006 11:29 PM  
Blogger Bill the Apostle gesticulated...

You guys are brilliant, can you build us a craft to get to Saturn if Charlie and I and like 30 naked women want to leave this Hell called Earth?

2/06/2006 10:27 AM  
Blogger Gyrobo gesticulated...

We don't like to tell anyone this, but the shortest distance between two points is always zero, as any two points in our percievable space are acutally contiguous in some other dimensional plane.

2/06/2006 1:07 PM  
Blogger angel, jr. gesticulated...

Sounds interesting, but is there enough water out in space to help it evolve?

2/06/2006 3:18 PM  
Blogger L>T gesticulated...

Oh my gosh! recycled urine.
How do you not think about drinking that, when you are drinking that?
Drinking my own urine....But someone elses recycled urine...BLECH!

2/06/2006 3:30 PM  
Blogger Gyrobo gesticulated...

Life always finds ways to persevere.

And yes, recycled urine is one of the few downsides to being an astronaut.

2/06/2006 3:36 PM