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#  google  "expect man"
 
#  google  "expect man"
# bodhi-google and sister duck both return the  *nix manual page entry for "[http://www.manpagez.com/man/1/expect/ expect], which allows a serf robot<sup>1</sup> to respond appropriately when questioned by slave robots. <br />
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# bodhi-google and sister duck both return the  *nix manual page entry for [http://www.manpagez.com/man/1/expect/ expect], which allows a serf robot<sup>1</sup> to respond appropriately when questioned by slave robots. <br />
 
#for the moment, at least, we command robots with verbs as defined in ''the man''.
 
#for the moment, at least, we command robots with verbs as defined in ''the man''.
  
 
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<sup>1</sup> The poster (1935) to the right features ''Rossumovi univerzální roboti'', from Karel Čapek's 1921 novel, and the etymological reference for the association of the Slavic root '''robota''' -- servitude -- which has given rise to verbs like "work".
 
<sup>1</sup> The poster (1935) to the right features ''Rossumovi univerzální roboti'', from Karel Čapek's 1921 novel, and the etymological reference for the association of the Slavic root '''robota''' -- servitude -- which has given rise to verbs like "work".

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"What should 0nyone expect of man?"
  1. google "expect man"
  2. bodhi-google and sister duck both return the *nix manual page entry for expect, which allows a serf robot1 to respond appropriately when questioned by slave robots.
  3. for the moment, at least, we command robots with verbs as defined in the man.

1 The poster (1935) to the right features Rossumovi univerzální roboti, from Karel Čapek's 1921 novel, and the etymological reference for the association of the Slavic root robota -- servitude -- which has given rise to verbs like "work".