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The robotic mule
23 March 2006 00:01

Wow. Two summers ago I hiked into the High Uintahs of eastern Utah with a troop of Scouts. My pack on the occasion was well over 50 pounds, and I was rather out of shape for such an adventure. Next time I'm taking one of these:

As one blogger put it, it's eerily lifelike. It needs a head, and a big grin. Those poor scouts who had to suffer through some part of their scouting career as part of the Pedro Patrol:


(img src'd from http://www.geocities.com/t34nwtc/ppatches/)

(/me raises hand) no longer have to be embarrased by such a goofy mascot :-). Add a couple of sidearms and you have the terminator burro...

Man, I shouldn't blog this late at night ;-).


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