Back when it was okay to turn dogs into cyborgs just to see what would happen. Science!
In the name of “science”, what were they thinking?
I assume they were thinking, “let’s test this new medical technology on animals before we try it on humans.”
Morbid curiosity begs the question; just how long did the animal live after such a procedure?
its still alive, but nowadays its more machine than dog
Shouldn’t it be the other way around?
Nope. If you test and refine it over hundreds of brain-dead humans, then there isn’t a need to test it on a dog afterwards. Of course, finding hundreds of brain-dead-but-alive humans is going to be a problem.
I know that’s what they do nowadays with cosmetics, but just because lipstick looks terrible on Sarah Palin that doesn’t mean it won’t look great on a pig.
Hey, it’s Dick Cheney’s dog.
Not in my neighborhood.
I see what you did there.
Flounce Warning for those who have traumatic memories of their robotic dogs.
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