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Some called it humorous, others just plain ironic, that it was human error that had led to the diode mixup at the robot army assembly plant, a small error that went largely unnoticed until it came time for the robots to march in unison, which it turns out, they couldn’t, and which, some said, embarrassed the robots, which of course, in hindsight, now seems ridiculous, because of course the robots weren’t actually capable of experiencing this particular sensation, although as it also turns out, they had been properly assembled and programmed for anger, frustration, and hostile take over, which wasn’t quite as humorous once the war started, but did, at least, allow the overthrow of humans to be quick and cost-effective.
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