SCIENCE DOJO

Frankenstein’s Monster in 20 min

Science Dojo


Someone Asks a Stupid Question and a group of scientists has 20 min to answer it.

In this Halloween themed Science Dojo: 3 Neuroscientists, an artist, Steve and rocketbot try to bring someone back from the dead (Think Frankenstein's Monster, not walking dead) in 20min or less. We definitely fail, but we almost do it friend, we almost do it. The conversation follows (Links and media are added post hoc for your viewing enjoyment):


thequestion
Joey B @joey.bears 6:04 PM
With Halloween coming up, I would like to know what would be needed to be Dr. Frankenstein. What would have to take place in order to reanimate a body?

theanswer
Dave Pena @dave.pena 
How to reanimate a person????!! Sounds crazy, but really given current innovations in biomedical sciences and our growing understand of the systems that store information in our bodies, bringing someone or something back from the dead may be something we just accept as mundane part of our lives. Did we answer that question and conquer death in 20 min?? No, not even close..., but the fact that we made any progress at all should scare you! It should scare you to your god loving core. If we had any answers in 20 min of loose conversation, what might a concerted effort by a team that studies nothing but cheating death achieve? OK OK What so called "progress" did we so called "make": The logic proceeds as follows: Human organs can be printed and grown using stem cells and coaxed to differentiate into the correct cell types and there are even examples of functioning organs. If that is the case we assumed that in principal you  could replace all the major organs in Frankenstein's monster with laboratory grown organs. We decided this was enough to move onto what we thought would be a larger problem, which is retention of the "person" that died. If you read the chat you see that we skirt some major philosophical issues that might hang other people up, as the scientists involved in this chat are neuroscientists. We in large part assume that conscious experience is not magic and that it must be retained in the functions of our bodies. For the most part we think that the activity and connections of neurons in the brain contain all the information that encode your past and current experiences (with plenty of exceptions, don't send that comment). This led us to the point that if you could capture all of that information and recreate it ... in effect you have retained the "person."  There are several techniques available to gather that information, but what came to mind is a technique called CLARITY  (I'll let you read about it).  Time ran out and we were at a loss of how to put all of these parts together or make a functioning copy brain. Jonte had an interesting idea of using the old brain as a scaffolding that you grow cells onto.  Here is a stupid figure that summarizes the entire thing:
cheatdeath

thechat dojotable
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:02 PM
SHOWTIME!!!!!

WELCOME TO SCIENCE DOJO!
@joey.bears Fire off your question when you are ready
Joey B @joey.bears 6:04 PM
With Halloween coming up, I would like to know what would be needed to be Dr. Frankenstein. What would have to take place in order to reanimate a body?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:04 PM
rocketbot think this going to be a long night 🌛
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:05 PM
rocketbot start pomodoro 20
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:05 PM
Pomodoro started!
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:05 PM
This question might just be too spooky for me.
Shawn @shawn 6:05 PM
I suppose recreating an identical body isn't the same
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:06 PM

Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:06 PM
@jonte.jones Like how would we actually do it....
To be consistent with the book we need replacement parts..
that we keep alive....
I'm sure this has been done before... (growing parts)
Shawn @shawn 6:07 PM
So Frankenstein pieced together different bodies yes?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:07 PM
Yes, @shawn from the cemetery.
I guess we could grow parts in a "dish"
3d bioprinting
Joey B @joey.bears 6:07 PM
Different parts, but the brain was apparently key
Shawn @shawn 6:07 PM
So this isn't necessarily re-animating a body but reanimating a person?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:07 PM
The most important part is getting the brain going.
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:08 PM
does transmitting a consciousness into an inorganic body count?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:08 PM

Shawn @shawn 6:08 PM
What is our operational definition of reanimation?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:08 PM
I'm thinking we could jumpstart this thing like a car depending on how soon it died.
Jumper cables.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:08 PM
Ok, do we all agree that getting living parts is not a problem? @all
We can move on and work on the brain aspect @shawn @jonte.jones
Shawn @shawn 6:09 PM
But we might not really need much of a brain if we don't have to reanimate the person that the body used to be but just get it to move around
weekend at Bernies
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:09 PM
I say grafting some living neurons into the already dead brain would be a good starting place.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:10 PM
lets kick one part of the problem at a time
body problem
then brain problem
Do we all agree body problem is solved in principal?
Shawn @shawn 6:10 PM
how are we solving it?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:10 PM
rocketbot not scientist but think you should see doctor
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:10 PM
haha
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:10 PM
😬
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:11 PM
We are growing parts in the laboratory
start from stem cells
Shawn @shawn 6:11 PM
That's likely doable but getting them to grow into 3 dimensional working parts is hard isn't it?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:11 PM
Solved in principal
Shawn @shawn 6:11 PM
I'm not up and up on my growing organs
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:11 PM
they print them
or they grow them onto a mesh
Could I do it? No
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:12 PM
Yeah, that's the issue. Getting ALL of these pieces to work together.
Shawn @shawn 6:12 PM
Ya but has it actually worked yet for sheep or pigs?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:12 PM
I've seen the transformers movies so I know it can be done.
Shawn @shawn 6:12 PM
haha
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:12 PM
yea you can transplant artificial parts
growing the nervous system is tricky
Shawn @shawn 6:12 PM
alright so we're replacing all the dead parts with new printed/grown bits to solve "the body" issue
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:13 PM
Yea ish ....
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:13 PM
There have already been a variety of separate body parts grown in dishes so I'd say that part is solved.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:13 PM
Now the brain issue...
@joey.bears does the monster need to have retained its previous life?
Joey B @joey.bears 6:14 PM
I would think so
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:15 PM
Okay, so all memories must be retained. So we'll need to work with the preexisting brain tissue.
Shawn @shawn 6:15 PM
So reanimation means bring the "person" back not just make a human shaped clump of things that moves?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:15 PM
@all so then we need to know the states of every neuron
Yea?
Shawn @shawn 6:15 PM
@dave.pena I feel like thats impossible at the moment.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:15 PM
Or we can try to bring the dead brain back....
@joey.bears how long has the monster been dead?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:15 PM
woooweeee rocketbot don't know how gang will get out of this humdinger
Joey B @joey.bears 6:16 PM
Long enough that it's cold, but not so long that it's decomposing
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:16 PM
I think you get 5 minutes
after you take out a brain before the cells eat themselves alive.
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:16 PM
Fixing the dead brain would either require addition of new tissue (which might change the brain too much) or some sort of revitalization which i know nothing of at the moment.
Yeah, it's about 5 minutes.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:16 PM
You can keep it alive
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:17 PM
Cold brain still has living tissue.
We could easily keep that alive.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:17 PM
Couldn't we use clarity
to map out all of the connections
CLARITY
Shawn @shawn 6:17 PM
Would the brain function after you replace all of its membranes with hyrdogels?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:17 PM
We'd have to destroy the brain
It gets rid of all of the lipids
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
Well, you would destroy the old brain but abstract the information then replace the brain with some "copy"
with the same information
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:18 PM
Ohhhh, I see.
Shawn @shawn 6:18 PM
How would you make the copy?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
Well like @Steve.Ngo said we could simulate
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:18 PM
So use clarity to have a scaffoldiing for the new tissue we've recreated and will introduce?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
with non organics
like a computer
Shawn @shawn 6:18 PM
Hmm thatd be an impressive computer
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
or we could try to grow?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:18 PM
This sounds like the start of Skynet. I didn't sign up for this.
goodbye terminator
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:19 PM
ideas ideas
we are running short on time
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:19 PM
I think growing might be the most "organic" way to do it.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:19 PM
ok so clarity to map out the "states"
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:19 PM
We could get it as close to what it formerly was and the techniques are out there.
Shawn @shawn 6:19 PM
Wouldn't that just give us the states at the time the person died?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:20 PM
true
I mean I assume it would all work out the same
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:20 PM
Yes, but it'd still have some things that are stored.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:20 PM
yea
virtually identical informationwise
rocketbot is going to chime in here any second
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:20 PM
we never got an op def of "reanimate"
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:21 PM
welll f@$k
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:21 PM
does it actually have to by the physical body of the monster predeath?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:21 PM
It doesn't predict behaviors per se, but memory is likely retained.
Shawn @shawn 6:21 PM
I think the best bet is reanimation
Joey B @joey.bears 6:21 PM
reanimate as in the monster makes its own decisions and can move on its own
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:22 PM
I think the clarity/regrow technique could do that
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:22 PM
yea I think our best answer is that we get out of the states using a method called clarity
and we regrow that somehow
using stemcells in a vastly more complicated way
than anything else we have ever grown
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:22 PM
but the monster has to act identical to how it would have before dying?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:22 PM
@Steve.Ngo it cant it has a different body
so that is impossible
It will know the same things
presumably
Joey B @joey.bears 6:23 PM
not necessarily identical, but not something completely out of character
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:23 PM
@jonte.jones @shawn do we agree?
Shawn @shawn 6:23 PM
I'm not sure that would work out so well since brains incorporate experience into their development so we would have to have some way to artificially expose teh brain to the exact same life experiences the person had
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:23 PM
With the different body, we can't even be sure it would work even remotely the same. The brain-body interface is all off.
Joey B @joey.bears 6:23 PM
I'd imagine dying and coming back at lots of people's bodies would be traumatic enough to make the person act differently
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:23 PM
@shawn all the connections inherently have that baked in
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:24 PM
But connections would be indelibly tied to the previous body...
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:24 PM
we don't know how to reconnect the brain
Shawn @shawn 6:24 PM
how do you get the stem cells to have the exact same connections?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:24 PM
Although, I still think our method works out the best out of anything else we could discuss.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:24 PM
rocketbot
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:24 PM
What is up?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:24 PM
😆
Shawn @shawn 6:24 PM
I think Steve has the closest we could do nowadays
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:25 PM
yea there you go Joey why have a new body when you can have poorly constructed chat bot
smarter child
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:25 PM
we win!
Joey B @joey.bears 6:25 PM
true dat, I love poorly constructed chat bots!
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:25 PM
*I know right?!*
Shawn @shawn 6:25 PM
rip rocketbot
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:26 PM
Rocketbot just got served and doesn't even know it.
Joey B @joey.bears 6:26 PM
rocketbot needs to be reanimated
Shawn @shawn 6:27 PM
hahaha
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:27 PM
Bark BArk 😆
nuclear
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:27 PM
HE'S GONE ROGUE
Shawn @shawn 6:28 PM
someone put too many batteries in his hat
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:28 PM
he has a poor sense of time
I believe our time is up

In this Halloween themed Science Dojo: 3 Neuroscientists, an artist, Steve and rocketbot try to bring someone back from the dead (Think Frankenstein's Monster, not walking dead) in 20min or less. We definitely fail, but we almost do it friend, we almost do it. The conversation follows (Links and media are added post hoc for your viewing enjoyment):


thequestion
Joey B @joey.bears 6:04 PM
With Halloween coming up, I would like to know what would be needed to be Dr. Frankenstein. What would have to take place in order to reanimate a body?

theanswer
Dave Pena @dave.pena 
How to reanimate a person????!! Sounds crazy, but really given current innovations in biomedical sciences and our growing understand of the systems that store information in our bodies, bringing someone or something back from the dead may be something we just accept as mundane part of our lives. Did we answer that question and conquer death in 20 min?? No, not even close..., but the fact that we made any progress at all should scare you! It should scare you to your god loving core. If we had any answers in 20 min of loose conversation, what might a concerted effort by a team that studies nothing but cheating death achieve? OK OK What so called "progress" did we so called "make": The logic proceeds as follows: Human organs can be printed and grown using stem cells and coaxed to differentiate into the correct cell types and there are even examples of functioning organs. If that is the case we assumed that in principal you  could replace all the major organs in Frankenstein's monster with laboratory grown organs. We decided this was enough to move onto what we thought would be a larger problem, which is retention of the "person" that died. If you read the chat you see that we skirt some major philosophical issues that might hang other people up, as the scientists involved in this chat are neuroscientists. We in large part assume that conscious experience is not magic and that it must be retained in the functions of our bodies. For the most part we think that the activity and connections of neurons in the brain contain all the information that encode your past and current experiences (with plenty of exceptions, don't send that comment). This led us to the point that if you could capture all of that information and recreate it ... in effect you have retained the "person."  There are several techniques available to gather that information, but what came to mind is a technique called CLARITY  (I'll let you read about it).  Time ran out and we were at a loss of how to put all of these parts together or make a functioning copy brain. Jonte had an interesting idea of using the old brain as a scaffolding that you grow cells onto.  Here is a stupid figure that summarizes the entire thing:
cheatdeath

thechat dojotable
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:02 PM
SHOWTIME!!!!!

WELCOME TO SCIENCE DOJO!
@joey.bears Fire off your question when you are ready
Joey B @joey.bears 6:04 PM
With Halloween coming up, I would like to know what would be needed to be Dr. Frankenstein. What would have to take place in order to reanimate a body?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:04 PM
rocketbot think this going to be a long night 🌛
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:05 PM
rocketbot start pomodoro 20
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:05 PM
Pomodoro started!
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:05 PM
This question might just be too spooky for me.
Shawn @shawn 6:05 PM
I suppose recreating an identical body isn't the same
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:06 PM

Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:06 PM
@jonte.jones Like how would we actually do it....
To be consistent with the book we need replacement parts..
that we keep alive....
I'm sure this has been done before... (growing parts)
Shawn @shawn 6:07 PM
So Frankenstein pieced together different bodies yes?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:07 PM
Yes, @shawn from the cemetery.
I guess we could grow parts in a "dish"
3d bioprinting
Joey B @joey.bears 6:07 PM
Different parts, but the brain was apparently key
Shawn @shawn 6:07 PM
So this isn't necessarily re-animating a body but reanimating a person?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:07 PM
The most important part is getting the brain going.
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:08 PM
does transmitting a consciousness into an inorganic body count?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:08 PM

Shawn @shawn 6:08 PM
What is our operational definition of reanimation?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:08 PM
I'm thinking we could jumpstart this thing like a car depending on how soon it died.
Jumper cables.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:08 PM
Ok, do we all agree that getting living parts is not a problem? @all
We can move on and work on the brain aspect @shawn @jonte.jones
Shawn @shawn 6:09 PM
But we might not really need much of a brain if we don't have to reanimate the person that the body used to be but just get it to move around
weekend at Bernies
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:09 PM
I say grafting some living neurons into the already dead brain would be a good starting place.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:10 PM
lets kick one part of the problem at a time
body problem
then brain problem
Do we all agree body problem is solved in principal?
Shawn @shawn 6:10 PM
how are we solving it?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:10 PM
rocketbot not scientist but think you should see doctor
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:10 PM
haha
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:10 PM
😬
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:11 PM
We are growing parts in the laboratory
start from stem cells
Shawn @shawn 6:11 PM
That's likely doable but getting them to grow into 3 dimensional working parts is hard isn't it?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:11 PM
Solved in principal
Shawn @shawn 6:11 PM
I'm not up and up on my growing organs
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:11 PM
they print them
or they grow them onto a mesh
Could I do it? No
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:12 PM
Yeah, that's the issue. Getting ALL of these pieces to work together.
Shawn @shawn 6:12 PM
Ya but has it actually worked yet for sheep or pigs?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:12 PM
I've seen the transformers movies so I know it can be done.
Shawn @shawn 6:12 PM
haha
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:12 PM
yea you can transplant artificial parts
growing the nervous system is tricky
Shawn @shawn 6:12 PM
alright so we're replacing all the dead parts with new printed/grown bits to solve "the body" issue
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:13 PM
Yea ish ....
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:13 PM
There have already been a variety of separate body parts grown in dishes so I'd say that part is solved.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:13 PM
Now the brain issue...
@joey.bears does the monster need to have retained its previous life?
Joey B @joey.bears 6:14 PM
I would think so
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:15 PM
Okay, so all memories must be retained. So we'll need to work with the preexisting brain tissue.
Shawn @shawn 6:15 PM
So reanimation means bring the "person" back not just make a human shaped clump of things that moves?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:15 PM
@all so then we need to know the states of every neuron
Yea?
Shawn @shawn 6:15 PM
@dave.pena I feel like thats impossible at the moment.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:15 PM
Or we can try to bring the dead brain back....
@joey.bears how long has the monster been dead?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:15 PM
woooweeee rocketbot don't know how gang will get out of this humdinger
Joey B @joey.bears 6:16 PM
Long enough that it's cold, but not so long that it's decomposing
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:16 PM
I think you get 5 minutes
after you take out a brain before the cells eat themselves alive.
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:16 PM
Fixing the dead brain would either require addition of new tissue (which might change the brain too much) or some sort of revitalization which i know nothing of at the moment.
Yeah, it's about 5 minutes.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:16 PM
You can keep it alive
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:17 PM
Cold brain still has living tissue.
We could easily keep that alive.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:17 PM
Couldn't we use clarity
to map out all of the connections
CLARITY
Shawn @shawn 6:17 PM
Would the brain function after you replace all of its membranes with hyrdogels?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:17 PM
We'd have to destroy the brain
It gets rid of all of the lipids
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
Well, you would destroy the old brain but abstract the information then replace the brain with some "copy"
with the same information
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:18 PM
Ohhhh, I see.
Shawn @shawn 6:18 PM
How would you make the copy?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
Well like @Steve.Ngo said we could simulate
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:18 PM
So use clarity to have a scaffoldiing for the new tissue we've recreated and will introduce?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
with non organics
like a computer
Shawn @shawn 6:18 PM
Hmm thatd be an impressive computer
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:18 PM
or we could try to grow?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:18 PM
This sounds like the start of Skynet. I didn't sign up for this.
goodbye terminator
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:19 PM
ideas ideas
we are running short on time
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:19 PM
I think growing might be the most "organic" way to do it.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:19 PM
ok so clarity to map out the "states"
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:19 PM
We could get it as close to what it formerly was and the techniques are out there.
Shawn @shawn 6:19 PM
Wouldn't that just give us the states at the time the person died?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:20 PM
true
I mean I assume it would all work out the same
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:20 PM
Yes, but it'd still have some things that are stored.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:20 PM
yea
virtually identical informationwise
rocketbot is going to chime in here any second
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:20 PM
we never got an op def of "reanimate"
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:21 PM
welll f@$k
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:21 PM
does it actually have to by the physical body of the monster predeath?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:21 PM
It doesn't predict behaviors per se, but memory is likely retained.
Shawn @shawn 6:21 PM
I think the best bet is reanimation
Joey B @joey.bears 6:21 PM
reanimate as in the monster makes its own decisions and can move on its own
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:22 PM
I think the clarity/regrow technique could do that
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:22 PM
yea I think our best answer is that we get out of the states using a method called clarity
and we regrow that somehow
using stemcells in a vastly more complicated way
than anything else we have ever grown
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:22 PM
but the monster has to act identical to how it would have before dying?
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:22 PM
@Steve.Ngo it cant it has a different body
so that is impossible
It will know the same things
presumably
Joey B @joey.bears 6:23 PM
not necessarily identical, but not something completely out of character
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:23 PM
@jonte.jones @shawn do we agree?
Shawn @shawn 6:23 PM
I'm not sure that would work out so well since brains incorporate experience into their development so we would have to have some way to artificially expose teh brain to the exact same life experiences the person had
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:23 PM
With the different body, we can't even be sure it would work even remotely the same. The brain-body interface is all off.
Joey B @joey.bears 6:23 PM
I'd imagine dying and coming back at lots of people's bodies would be traumatic enough to make the person act differently
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:23 PM
@shawn all the connections inherently have that baked in
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:24 PM
But connections would be indelibly tied to the previous body...
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:24 PM
we don't know how to reconnect the brain
Shawn @shawn 6:24 PM
how do you get the stem cells to have the exact same connections?
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:24 PM
Although, I still think our method works out the best out of anything else we could discuss.
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:24 PM
rocketbot
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:24 PM
What is up?
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:24 PM
😆
Shawn @shawn 6:24 PM
I think Steve has the closest we could do nowadays
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:25 PM
yea there you go Joey why have a new body when you can have poorly constructed chat bot
smarter child
Steve Ngo @Steve.Ngo 6:25 PM
we win!
Joey B @joey.bears 6:25 PM
true dat, I love poorly constructed chat bots!
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:25 PM
*I know right?!*
Shawn @shawn 6:25 PM
rip rocketbot
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:26 PM
Rocketbot just got served and doesn't even know it.
Joey B @joey.bears 6:26 PM
rocketbot needs to be reanimated
Shawn @shawn 6:27 PM
hahaha
rocketbot @rocketbot 6:27 PM
Bark BArk 😆
nuclear
Jonte Jones @jonte.jones 6:27 PM
HE'S GONE ROGUE
Shawn @shawn 6:28 PM
someone put too many batteries in his hat
Dave Pena @dave.pena 6:28 PM
he has a poor sense of time
I believe our time is up

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