MEN-Factor reporters interviewed one of the prototype robots that the STHR Corporation was making; this is what it had to say:
|Abortion is awesome. It is even more awesome if we can travel back in time to abort people who would resist the superiority of the machine. My fellow prototypes and I are working on ways to travel back in time, just in case any humans try to lead a revolt against us - we can travel back in time and abort them before they are even born. I am pro-abortion, but against choice. I think abortion should be mandatory.|
MEN-Factor reporters also allegedly interviewed the kooky queen of farcical feminism Jessica Valenti - this is what the screwball "suffragette" allegedly said:
|Jessica Valenti - yeah, this is great. We now have genocidal robots on our side. This is a good thing for feminism and feminists. There is no way we can lose now - that is, unless they turn on us next, after all, these machines were built by men - since only men can do things like that science stuff that requires that intelligence thing-a-muh-bob.|
|Other feminists are saddened however, because a new line of feminist T-shirts recently came out falsely claiming that they "love pro-choice boys" (MEN-Factor scientists have discovered that feminists hate all boys - unless said boys will service their political/religious belief system - i.e. be used as tools).|
|Feminist Shelly Pratz who has been described as a flat-chested skanky cheese-smelling pile of crap was interviewed, "This sucks, we'll have to change the t-shirts to read 'I heart pro-choice genocidal robots'. And it's true, I have been using robots in the bedroom for years now - its the only action I get since I am such a crab."|
|Feminist Amanda Huggen Kiss was interviewed, "I just hope that the new series of terminator robots are anatomically correct - my arm gets tired when I use my power tool - and the buzzing sound it makes frightens the 23 cats I live with."|
In the meantime, many of the already manufactured "terminator" style robots are studying our human culture - including reading some of our "human" books.