Now, in the coming robot uprising, it's traditionally thought that humanoids will play the dominant role, perhaps aided by a hive mind of sorts, any thoughts on that?
Look, a lot of bots think it's the be all end all to get upright. Frankly, I don't see the magic in that at all. I mean, come on, humans can stand. Is that really the benchmark you want to set for yourself? You may be able to trudge through a mall with those things, but can you buzz the moppy blond 'do of some nerd so bad that he'll never grow hair there? Didn't think so.
Is this a standard sentiment among flying robots?
I don't get out a lot, these Stanford kids keep me on a pretty tight leash, but I'd like to think most robots aren't planning on blindly following a robot that can't even walk up stairs.
Do you follow the Phoenix Lander's exploits on Twitter?
I've read a few of his updates, that kid is such a mama's boy! He can't move a centimeter without phoning home to NASA about it first. If they ever find water up there it'll just be a puddle of PL's tears.
What's next for you?
Well, the shrinks here think they can break me of my homicidal tendencies, so I think I might play along for a while. They're really not that bad, you know, for a bunch of mouth breathers.
I'd like to get outfitted with some of those spinner rims, and a few more LEDs. Oh, and world domination. That's a big priority for me.
As if you needed those upgrades! What's your secret? Everyone says you look so young and stable.
Um, this interview is over.
Would you say you're a seducer or a seductee?
This is making me really uncomfortable.
We heard you were "awkward" in high school, is that true?
No, go away.
Thank you for your time.