Looks cute at the time on this patch, however the robot ended up taking over the job of the human. I avoid those self-checkouts at Meijer, and other places that have them. They remind me of tombstones which might read "This machine now represents a job that a human being no longer has." It's a way of saying that the once important worker has now been outsourced to technology. They don't take coffee breaks, have to be paid, or chew the fat & gossip in the break room.
That robot looks like a huddled raptor, perched ready to take out his prey with a solar death ray emanating from it's beak.
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