The Israeli military is working on a smaller version of its famous trouser(ed) snake robot, intended for penetration missions into such locations as the smuggler tunnel complexes of the Egyptian border - in effect, the backdoor to Gaza. Reportedly the original robo-snake, seen in the vid below, was considered too large and …
* snigger *
That <*BANG*> you just heard....
....was the innuendo meter exploding. Messy.
Congratulations on a new Reg record - the greatest number of thinly veiled (trousered?) euphemisms in one brief (don't get me started..) article..
Let me be amongst the first to say-
yeah but . . .
it seems to have a foreskin
re. yeah but...
"it seems to have a foreskin"
On an Israeli trouser(ed) snake!? Quick, call a Mohel!
felt a flush of red thru me nethers reading that
Note to self
Do not read Lewis Page articles when sat at keyboard eating lunch.
He said... hurk hurk
New keyboard required
Give that man a Pulitzer.
Lewis, not Lester?
needed to check the byline twice. Impressive innuendo levels, keep it up!
Was anyone else disappointed after reading the title?
Still, can we buy these for xmas to spy on the neighbours?
I hate snakes
I flinch when I see a photo, this thing is like room101 crossed with the terminator.
No, crying like a baby with my legs pulled up off the floor icon?
I dunno but I am expecting a new model of Rabbit in the near future!
There is already a new, Improved rabbit out
According to the email I keep getting from Ann Summers!
That has to be one of the wierdest things I've ever seen
Ah Lewis. Lewis, Lewis, Lewis.
That is all.
And they paid how much to develop that? All they had to do was email enable it so it could take advantage of the blue pills on offer in copious quantities
Surely, Lewis must know
the kind of comments this sort of article will bring. How is it Sarah hasn't murdered him yet?
Still, great work - keep it up!
Re: Surely, Lewis must know
I'm biding my time. And anyway I have a lot of commentards to get through first.
clever bit of kit though innit ?
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