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Since Roomba has trouble navigating a human world a special architecture and furnishings are needed for Roomba owning households.
Examples of Roomba architecture:
Since Roomba has trouble navigating around furniture all furniture will be suspended from the ceiling by cables, eliminating the need
for those troubles some legs and the possibility of Roomba being caught in the "lobster trap".
Absolutely no carpets with fringe. Roomba hates fringe.
Roomba also does not like power cords. Outlets might be mounted high on the wall. Track light whenever possible.
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||The last two paragraphs read well in a caveman voice.
||Are we already so willing to accomodate to
our future robot overlords?
||[geo8rge] is the world's first truly sentient Roomba, methinks.
||Robots must conform to humans.
||Would the house also be a bungalow, or would it be fitted with a Roomba hoist?