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iGor

No Mad Scientist should be without one.
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For those research projects for which discreet ask-no-questions assistance is essential, BorgCo are proud to offer the new iGor.

iGor is a humanoid robot; short, hunchbacked, immensely strong, and quite adept at grave robbing, high voltage electrical engineering, understanding the meteorology of thunderstorms, and abducting nubile young girls in almost-see-through lace nightgowns*.

iGor can remember over 10,000 of your favourite musical tracks, but apart from that is an albino, and is no better than the usual sort of deformed henchman, just a lot more expensive.

(* in response to several anxious enquiries from potential purchasers, we hasten to add that it is the young girls who wear the lacy nightgowns, not the iGor).

8th of 7, Jan 31 2011

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       Say not the cursed words "Third Party Product"
8th of 7, Jan 31 2011
  

       For the //high voltage elctrical engineering//, he could use Coproco Enterprises' recently introduced soldering iRon.
coprocephalous, Jan 31 2011
  

       //iGor is a humanoid robot//

So not an electronic device for reading pornographic fantasy novels then?
DrBob, Jan 31 2011
  

       Could be, if that's the sort of bedtime story you like ...
8th of 7, Jan 31 2011
  

       //For the //high voltage elctrical engineering//, he could use Coproco Enterprises' recently introduced soldering iRon//   

       Or even Jb's "Spelchekr"
Jinbish, Jan 31 2011
  

       grumble, grumble, magic
Voice, Jan 31 2011
  

       Not magic, just cybernetics, careful programming, and a really good lighting bolt to start ...
8th of 7, Jan 31 2011
  

       Is there some kind of LipLok (TM) to prevent the iGor whistling tunes that you don't have the DRM rights for?
not_morrison_rm, Jan 31 2011
  

       Certainly not - what good would an evil henchman be if he drew the line at copyright theft ?   

       iGor's "ethical" system is programmed with Frankenstein's Three Laws of Artificial Life:   

       1. "The End Justified The Means."   

       2."The Winning Side Gets To Write The History Books."   

       3. "Thou shalt not be found out."
8th of 7, Jan 31 2011
  
      
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