Hazardous Assassination, eh?

Via Snowflake, and others, and because it’s Saturday, here’s my cyborg name:

Biomechanical Operational Being Optimized for Hazardous Assassination and Rational Analysis

Get Your Cyborg Name

I’m not convinced by the “optimised for rational analysis”. I thought I was optimised for serving The Beast. But he’s just wandered off into the bedroom, so perhaps not.

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18 Responses to Hazardous Assassination, eh?

  1. Stephen Curry says:

    Hey Bob – tried twice to leave a comment and they’re not appearing…?

  2. Stephen Curry says:

    OK – I’ve sorted it now.

  3. Bob O'Hara says:

    p{font-size:300%}. I HEARD YOU THE FIRST TIME!!!

  4. Stephen Curry says:

    Steady there. No need to shout… 😉

  5. Brian Derby says:

    You are all dust

  6. Mike Fowler says:

    Get Your Cyborg Name
    Look out, mechanoids, I’m coming to killify your inflitrate entities.

  7. Bob O'Hara says:

    What, Mike? I thought this was you

    Get Your Monster Name

  8. Mike Fowler says:

    That’s me on a full moon, or the morning after too many babychams.

  9. Elizabeth Moritz says:

    I just couldn’t resist

    Get Your Cyborg Name
    and I look so innocent…

  10. Sabbi Lall says:

    Get Your Cyborg Name
    I did take one judo lesson when I was 14 or so…..

  11. steffi suhr says:

    Get Your Monster Name
    Take this – and you don’t want to know what steffi suhr stands for… believe me.

  12. Henry Gee says:

    That pretty much says it all, I think.

  13. Sabbi Lall says:

    Oh and Bob, don’t forget…

    That’s what the squirrels call him anyway…

  14. Robert Pinsonneault says:

    Get Your Cyborg Name
    Good Lord, that’s dreadfully boring.

  15. Heather Etchevers says:


  16. steffi suhr says:

    Heather – we should get along just fine, as long as the hitchhikers live in the country. If they’re townsfolk, the fight is on.

  17. Cath Ennis says:

    Get Your Cyborg Name
    Is it just me or does “negotiation” seem a bit out of place?

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