“An Inventory of Machines” / Memorable Fancies #698

      What are the kinds of machines? Dry machines; oiled machines; evil machines on TV; machines that make life easier for us; machines that make life easier for them; machines that cannot be turned off without great inconvenience and airplane crashes; machines that decide that serving people is inappropriate and that there are better things for them to do;
      “machines that…” decide that they should be referred to as “machines who…”;
      machines who laugh at people behind their backs and utter human-race jokes in very poor taste; sensuous and gelatinous machines who float in the seas and attack small boats. Machines who take over.

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