http://newlaunches.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/samsung_bot1.jpg

Samsung develops machine gun sentry robot costs $200k


Samsung has partnered with Korea university and developed the machine-gun equipped robotic sentry. It is equipped with two cameras with zooming capabilities one for day time and one for infrared night vision. It has a sophisticated pattern recognition which can detect the difference between humans and trees, and a 5.5mm machine-gun. The robot also has a speaker to warn the intruder to surrender or get a perfect headshot. The robots will go on sale by 2007 for $ 200,000 and will be deployed on the border between North and South Korea.
(Video after the jump)



Source




Comments

  1. Gizmodo says:

    Robotic Sentry Shoots and Laughs at You

    When they’re not impressing us with their HDTVs, Samsung’s out making killer robots. Literally. Along with Korea University, they’ve created a robotic sentry that’s equipped with two cameras (one infrared), zooming capabilities, and a BFG (a 5.5mm mac…

  2. Stilbruch.at says:

    Samsungs fröhliche Killermaschine

    Samsung hat ne Sentry-Gun entwickelt, die zwischen Menschen und Objekten unterscheiden kann und alles mit nem 5,5 mm Geschütz niedermäht, dass ihr gegen den Strich geht.

  3. Fred Johns says:

    Number 5 is alive!

  4. Lee Darrow says:

    And you deal with the countermeasure of a kid with a paintgun how, exactly?
    Also, this design does not move, which means that it has all of the problems that any fixed emplacement system has – including those of being blindsided using known terrain features and low tech approaches, such as paintball shots to its sensor ports or something as simple as a very large blanket thrown over it which would allow attackers to move into the blind areas (shown on your own video) and use other means such as shaped charges, to disable the system.
    And I have not even begun to address other, more sophistacated methods of blinding television-based systems, which are numerous.
    There is NO substitute for combined ground defense systems that do not include boots on the ground. There’s always some wiseguy out there who will figure out a way to pull the plug.
    Ask any Special Forces grunt. Or teenage prankster.

  5. someguy says:

    lol reminds me of ED-209

  6. Crow says:

    Why does the video have the “Pirates of the Caribbean” theme about halfway through? This looks like an infomercial on cable.

  7. voidref says:

    I, for one, welcome our robot overlords.

  8. Tim says:

    Great, now all they need to do is program it to tell the difference between a Spy, a Drunk and a Teenage Prankster, and the world will be a safer place!
    Give me gut instinct and common sense any day!

  9. LiraNuna says:

    THE END IS NEAR!
    SKYNET IS COMING TRUE!

  10. s3ph says:

    Now… The question becomes “How long until they’re in domestic use in the USA?”

  11. Hudson says:

    That’s all good and well but when you run out of ammo the Aliens will get in and it’s “game over, man”.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Samsung for making machines that kill people, thanks. =/
    A******

  13. Brice says:

    Anybody notice how all the targets wandered about with their hands hanging all monkey like. I’d say the software was designed to accept surrender with hands up. So if you wanted to walk right by it, just put your hands up, put your hands way up!

  14. BiGT says:

    This just in… Sony comes out with EMP grenade. Samsung Sentry Robot sales decline….

  15. Kristopher_d says:

    Look, there wont be any drunks or teenage pranksters in the Korean DMZ. They’re still technically at war, and both sides take that very seriously. Anyone crossing that very well defined swath of land is doing so wittingly and with full knowledge that the guys on the other side will shoot.
    I really doubt it simply accepts hands up as surrender. There’s probably a bit more intelligence, like, don’t move and put your hands in the air. If you keep walking, it probably doesn’t care that our hands are up. Way to go Samsung. Can we get enough to cover both our borders, with the surrender feature disabled.

  16. Anonymous says:

    I missed THE buzzword to sell arms equipment: Terrorism. No marketing guy is telling you to use it against terrorists? Connect it with a brain activity scanner and viola…

  17. JRChaney says:

    “BiGT November 14, 2006 10:35 AM
    This just in… Sony comes out with EMP grenade. Samsung Sentry Robot sales decline….”
    Sony already has EMP grenades, they are called laptop batteries.

  18. artiste says:

    I bet it’s programmed for some human likeness. So if u crawl backwards with ur butt facing the camera… it will probably confuse u as an animal or something and won’t get a clear headshot!

  19. SimpleFix says:

    They stole it right from that episode of MacGyver where he was trapped in the safe house!

  20. dUc0N says:

    Awesome. I had more fun reading the comments than the story!
    Now, if we duct-taped one to the top of one of those Roomba cleaning thingamajigs…

  21. Katkill says:

    But Sony would make their EMP grenades proprietary and in a few years everyone would stop buying them because there would be something better on the market. Microsoft would then license the sentry gun technology and deploy them at Redmond to defend their “newfound” technology, thus once again proving their dominance of the world.

  22. Antonio Galiagante says:

    Coolness! I need to get a few of these for the house to deal with trespassers and gang-bangers!

  23. anonymous says:

    HAHAHAHAHAH
    You know it’ll happen. But as long as Sony’s Li-Ion batteries are used in them, they’ll be self-destructing robots
    “This just in… Sony comes out with EMP grenade. Samsung Sentry Robot sales decline….”

  24. MH says:

    This has got to be a hoax.

  25. Anonnny32 says:

    did you ever have a granddad or dad into HAM radio? when they got the trasnmitter power to the legal limit it could actually jam your neighbors from picking up TV signals. ALl you need to frazzel this gizmo if it isn’t hardened against rouge RF signals is a radio transmitter, 400+watt inline amp, and a directional antenna. basicly you ram so much RF into its circitry the real signals can’t get through.
    Sentry gun Impotent.

  26. What the says:

    All your Gooks are belong to us! CATS!

  27. JustBob says:

    Just becuase we can does not make it right. It is unfortunate the things we make for money. All in the name of down sourcing or the all mightly dollar – this bright idea will back fire.

  28. Snooks says:

    :D
    this is great stuff, Western economic rationalism mixed with socialism. the end of world is truelly here. :P

  29. Leonardo says:

    That’s quite simple to counter this… just send an army wearing tree costumes

  30. Ken says:

    Paintball gun? You cant seriously think that the range on a pantball gun is anything close to the range of a machinegun (especially with any level of accuracy) thats about the most absurd thing Ive ever heard. If it uses sophisticated pattern recognition like the article says, its more likely to see someone with a weapon at its optimal range, and issue the warning, then open fire if the individual doesnt obey.
    And there arent many “terrain features” in the Korean DMZ that you can use to sneak up on these things, they dont want their HUMAN sentries snuck up on, why would these be any diffrent?
    The MkII version of this will likely sonar or radar or both Im betting

  31. john harvey says:

    This is old technology. They had this in Alien – the first version.

  32. chile says:

    I don’t think teenage pranksters with paintball guns are going to be hanging out in the DMZ (which is where this will be deployed). If any teens do, then they’ll probably step on a landmine before being machine gunned to death by a robot.

  33. Anonymouse says:

    Go Go Gadget Machine Gun!

  34. nOObY-AliVE says:

    Muhahaha,
    seems to be a new Aimbot on the market ;-P
    The Cheaters will have lots of fun using it, we just can wait for a new community update. Would be interesting if Korea is VAC secured or if they use Punkbuster … hrhr

  35. kristopher_d says:

    Applications like these tend to use gallium arsenide, so sorry, your EMP grenade will be of little use.

  36. Jim Cravens says:

    My first thoughts were about drunks, teenage pranksters, or even people who do not understand Korean (having been all of the above at one time or another) but then I thought about some of my experiences with ‘human’ cops… I could learn to live with predictable and dependable robotic sentries.

  37. Talisman says:

    17 Days?? We dont have 17hrs… Game over man, wtf are we gonna do.
    Seriously, how much more inhuman can we become. Its bad enough we have camera guided missiles that take the human aspect of killign away. Now we put the decision to take a like in the hands of software!??! For f*&! sake man.

  38. Beltreg says:

    #1 There’s more intelligence in that thing that some might think. Military software and hardware is tested on at least 30 different levels.
    #2 Hands high up? For all of you who actually know how to write computer software… there is an IF-THEN statement… alongside a SWITCH. When the guy raises his hands up, system treats it as a surrender and if he moves treats it as running away.
    #3 Blanket and paint ball. Get in range first without getting a head shot and then we’ll talk.
    #4 Usually sentry guns, same as surveillance cameras, are used to OBSERVE territory for suspicious activity and alert proper people when something that is not supposed to go on is going on. So… that leads me to #5…
    #5 When someone is halted, spotted, gun is disabled… or even spots illegal activity…. there is a LOUD SIREN NOISE somewhere not too far away… and a vehicle with a dozen people heavily armed is dispatched to the location. Game Over.
    The only thing I would recommend they could add to this is a stun gun or some sort of tranquilizer dart. Just in case it IS deployed outside Korea and there IS a drunkard stupid enough to get into the territory.

  39. Furball says:

    Outstanding. Now all we need is a deck of cards.

  40. anonymous says:

    I need one of those mounted in my front yard (damn neibor kids!)

  41. Deine Mutter says:

    WTF… its just a start to this…. think about all the possiblites they can do to this beatiful peice of technonlgy?

  42. John Wilson says:

    I’m shipping out to LV-426 next week on some sort of bug hunt. These things will come in handy, apparently our new lieutenant is a real asshole.

  43. Specules says:

    This is it? It’s 2006 and all we get is a blocky looking robot machine gun sentry? Where’s the flying cars? Where’s our jetpacks? Where’s our laser guns?! I’m sick of this 20th century tech coming out in the 21st century! C’mon people, let’s get all scientific and stuff! I want cybernetic super karate monkey warriors, under mind control, using nuclear hand grenades! Let’s see that!

  44. franky says:

    hm… i feel bad for the tech guy who has to repair it? say if it goes haywire adn shoots everything it site? BOOM! there is avery limited use since it o ly has one gun, i say add mutli guns that move on there own from each other… when skynet goes live, this sentry will be modifyed and give legs! face it guys, were doomed so drink up and party cause soon, blah….

  45. ian says:

    even if they have 60 degrees range, if you lign up like 100 of them, i don’t think there is anyway to stop them, Unless of course you have a gun with a longer range and you shoot at each one individually and distroy them so that you can pass.. But if they get inclosed in buletproof casings and concrete with bullet proof glass shaters that clean themselves… then you will have very hard time getting by

  46. james says:

    this was designed for the DMZ, where NO ONE Is suppose to be. IF you’re caught there now you’re shot onsite, although i’m sure some kids/drunks found thatout the hard way and they’re dead now.
    1/4th the way through the video it shows the camera tracking a target at 500 meters perfectly. You can not accurately hit a target with a paintball or grenade at 500m. Hell when i was in the army the farthest we shot for BRM was 300m. At that distance a man is the size of a needle’s point held at arm’s length, so it’s doubtful you’d even see this thing and before it shot you. I don’t quite understand the warning system if you’re 10 feet away while talking to it, that seems pointless since by then it should have shot you.

  47. JPFR says:

    I wonder if it can be reprogrammed to keep the neighbor’s dog from doing his business on my lawn?

  48. james says:

    this was designed for the DMZ, where NO ONE Is suppose to be. IF you’re caught there now you’re shot onsite, although i’m sure some kids/drunks found thatout the hard way and they’re dead now.
    1/4th the way through the video it shows the camera tracking a target at 500 meters perfectly. You can not accurately hit a target with a paintball or grenade at 500m. Hell when i was in the army the farthest we shot for BRM was 300m. At that distance a man is the size of a needle’s point held at arm’s length, so it’s doubtful you’d even see this thing and before it shot you. I don’t quite understand the warning system if you’re 10 feet away while talking to it, that seems pointless since by then it should have shot you.

  49. Michael says:

    >Kristopher_d wrote:
    >
    >Can we get enough to cover both our borders, >with the surrender feature disabled.
    So nice to be living north of pricks like you.

  50. c0d3-m0nk3y says:

    Presumably it can tell the difference between a man and, say, an exploding sheep!? (Worms) But seriously, what about medium sized mammal wildlife – the grunts on reload duty will have one helluva All-You-Carry-BBQ!!!!

  51. Sternn says:

    yes this should be deployed along both US borders ..but pointing inwards not outwards ..the world would be a much safer place as a result

  52. Mobus says:

    If a “teenage prankster” is screwing around in the DMZ they deserve to get shot.
    Pointing out weak points does not make the technology useless. A blanket over the head would probably mess up a human’s field of view as well.
    I imagine many commanders would love less human soldiers who need to be fed, clothed and have their emotional needs cared for. Robots don’t complain about leaving their families at home.
    Never send a man to do a robot’s job.

  53. Sam Fisher says:

    Someone has been playing too much Splinter Cell.

  54. Furious_clicker says:

    Use smoke grenades unless thermal sighting is used.

  55. Useplanb says:

    Your standard marine sniper, with a guiley (sp?) suit, and armed with a Barret will remove a sentry gun without the worry of ever being shot. Siren or not, its just a good backup for ground pounders as there is no “fear” complex to hamper its targeting.

  56. warnerd says:

    Boy, there HAS to be some more AI than that…people slogging directly in front and in broad daylight?
    Sure thing. The developers are up against (one of) the best light infantry force(s) in the world. The Reds know how to avoid infrared detection (wet blankets, dummy flares, providing too much IR). How to move(crawl, acrobatic maneuvers, hiding in micro-terrain like ditches, depressions or craters [made by their own artillery, like the Germans did in both WW]etc.).
    How to tunnel. (Like the Viet Cong)
    How to remove those sentries (mortar fire, long range rifle fire, emp [k, pulled that one out of somewhere else])
    And most important, how to use deception (Posing as RoK troops, driving herds of wildlife towards the sentry guns, using straw-dummies to exhaust the ammo storage and to alarm human troops to false contacts etc.)
    The NKPA have had more than 50 years to study lowtech armies that defeated hightech armies.
    Just another case of corporate wellfare, nothing to see here.

  57. Furious_clicker says:

    I’m sure a robot mole will dig tunnels below ground to pass by it. (yey I made a pun)

  58. Steve says:

    Franky,
    I assume it’ll have a limited firing arc, say no more than the 180 degrees in front of its bunker. As long as the tech is coming out to the bunker from behind (i.e. the side friendly to the forces that own the sentry) it won’t be able to fire on him or her.

  59. bmnrocks says:

    I guess you are against the robots that we are already using in the US military too eh?

  60. ED-209 says:

    YOU HAVE 5 SECONDS TO COMPLY…
    5…4…3…2…

  61. CLamnecKJr says:

    I am sure they wont set these things up and let them be for a week or more and come back to reload ammo and remove the victims.
    sure beats us sending in our guys to try to “democracy” everyone.
    probally cheaper than a virtual fence to.
    Kudos to the worms and ut referances. good games.
    What ever you do. dont buy NFS Carbon after playing Flat Out 2, Carbon blows in comparison.

  62. mad_science says:

    Paintballs, are you serious. A paintball has an effective range of maybe 40-50 yards. This thing can reach out 200-300 yards maybe even farther and it can do it in patch black conditions were humans can see past 20-30 feet.
    It can be mouted on vehicles, it doesn’t have to be fixed. But since most guard stations are fixed as well I don’t see the tactical difference.
    Plus this can always be run by a human, even one who is 100’s of mile away.
    Mount these nastys on some robotic ATV base and you’ve got a sentry that can see in the dark and never falls asleep. One that could drop an entire paintball team before they even got inside the range of their little toy guns…

  63. Steve R. says:

    Nah, if the robot goes haywire we can just call in the “Runaway” squad and Tom Selleck can bash it with a chair. Just be on the lookout for Gene Simmons with a perpetually “evil” expression on his face.

  64. HowdyLOL says:

    Too bad samsung cant make a decent camcorder. Make sure the warranty doesnt expire on those robots.

  65. GaryB says:

    The religo-fascists such as the Prez. of Iran, Bin Laden, George Bush are all awaiting The (their) “Messiah”. We science fanatics have been awaiting our robotic saviors/successors. IMHO we have better odds. However, the world is now a race to see whether religo-republicans and their allies Al Queda et al can ruin civilization faster than civilization can birth our robot replacements.
    Now, one piece of useful information frail humans: add reflective Mylar to your wardrobe and you may live at peace amongst our robot terminators.

  66. GaryB says:

    Had to post again to answer the doubters.
    This particular robo-thing is easily defeated. That’s not the question. The question is, how fast will robo-soldiers evolve? By 2050, these robo-soldiers may well be far smarter and more agile than any human … and cost less. “All your futures are belong to us.”
    Of course, depicted here is the down side. There’s also robo-sex coming to a futrue near you.

  67. No-Future says:

    The Korean DMZ is the thin end of the wedge.
    Imagine this thing (or its future, infinitely more deadly descendents) installed at your local airport. How comfortable would you be walking around the departure lounge knowing that one of these things is tracking your every move, ready to obliterate you at the turn of a faulty piece of code that mistakes you for a “bad guy”? What happens if a terrorist group infiltrates the sentry control system and sets the weapon to auto-eliminate?
    Machines capable of hunting and killing people without direct, mechanical human intervention are a sign that human civilization is on the way out. It amazes me that Samsung have demonstrated their complete lack of decency and morals by building such a thing, and I will certainly never buy any Samsung products ever again.

  68. James says:

    I want one fitted with infrared and a small weak laser to sit in my room and kill mosqitoes at night.

  69. Bill says:

    Don’t think of it as a Sentry, that’s how they are being presented here, but it’s not how this technology is going to be used.
    Think of it as a mine. Consider an implementation that is simply a plate in the ground. When vibrations detect a team approaching a certain position, three to five of these plates pop up at once. Each has one camera, but they communicate to offer a 3 point to 5-point view of the scene (better than 2 eyes). The computer uses the multi-point view to locate every person. It instantly analyzes the people and vehicles for vulnerable areas. It then puts two bullets into the head of each person, and 2 into each tire, then retracts. Unless someone was filming every square inch of the area, chances are that the army won’t even know what hit ‘em.
    No bullets miss ever, 100% kill rate, and it could take out 50 people in a matter of seconds.
    The cost for such a set up? Probably 10,000 for 5 units. All the difficulty is in the software, the hardware could be made cheaply today.
    The trick is that these can be placed everywhere. Imagine if there had been a few thousand of these lying undetectable in Baghdad–imagine how many more soldiers we would have lost.
    This is a very dangerous technology–and it’s most dangerous to countries like the US that count on our ability to overwhelm.
    Heck, the thing could even pretty easily identify uniforms and weapons to decide who to attack.
    And imagine a crack-house defended with a few of these–the police casualties would go through the roof.
    Simply waiting on the standardization and availability of image recognition software.

  70. jtougas says:

    Hopefully, they have the option to put in rubber bullets…

  71. Emiel says:

    I just can’t wait till people are demanding their rights to private ownership of robots with machine guns.

  72. Hello All says:

    OK EVERYONE EMP GREANDES ARE SCI-FI THERE IS NO FOCUSED EMP BURST AND THE ONLY ONES THAT DO EXIST ARE IN LOS ALAMOS NEW MEXICO AND DURING A NUKE EXPLOSION. THE LOS ALAMOS IS FEW TONES IN WEIGHT AND SIZE OF A TRACTOR TRAILER WITH POWER SUPPLY TO DWARF A SMALL TOWN!

  73. iauha says:

    1. insert bullet proof dummy human (with heat)
    2. wait for robot to exhaust it’s ammo
    3. kick it over as you walk by it

  74. Bill says:

    The people who think this is new are perhaps a bit behind. This is an evolutionary model (smaller, cheaper) in the same vein as the CIWS system which is deployed on most US Navy vessels. The only difference is in the intended target (fast moving missles with a primary sensor using radar vs. slow moving humans tracked optically).

  75. mac4brains says:

    SO much for the three robotic laws

  76. Jesus says:

    I agree with Beltreg. The Korean DMZ is not a playgound, on the other hand if you want to take out/disable the guns, just shoot them (sensor, camera, or barrel)with a high caliber sniper rifle, like the once combat ordinace disposal units do. That should place them out of business.

  77. busaturbo says:

    “seems to be a new Aimbot on the market ;-P
    The Cheaters will have lots of fun using it, we just can wait for a new community update. Would be interesting if Korea is VAC secured or if they use Punkbuster … hrhr”
    dumbest reference ever made.

  78. Kevin says:

    You have 20 seconds to comply!

  79. Jasper says:

    I think this thing is horrible, but it was inevitable that one would be made. I’ve already read about amateurs making things like these.(not with actual gun, mostly) It really worries me, because if robotic warfare becomes widespread, people will have less of a say about it, it could be done just with a few technicians.
    I do not know much about warfare, but although there may be tricks to be played on this machine, other versions will make it much harder. I also note that many of the ways of disabling it that were suggested would also “disable” a human sentry. The paintball suggestion is plain silly, a bullet has more range and actually damages it. (don’t think the thing is properly armored already)

  80. Godek says:

    Lay down your weapon, you have 20 seconds to comply…

  81. nathanc says:

    Ah…the Arsenal of Freedom
    (check out Star Trek : TNG Season 1 for reference)

  82. Jesus says:

    I forgot to mention one can just run them over with a armored vehicle. Hell, move your entire armored division through it.

  83. Anonymous says:

    To hell with these. We need Mechs!!!

  84. One of Many says:

    “So nice to be living north of pricks like you”
    I hope you can take some comfort in the fact that not ALL Americans are xenophobic cowards.

  85. socalmutt says:

    I want to see the flying version of that… see them in huge flocks… with idiot-detectors and infrared vision.

  86. Morticae says:

    Probably gonna be a lot of North Korean sweat shops working on those two-person cow costumes really soon.
    And I bet those things don’t cost $200k

  87. TimP says:

    It’s good to see that everyone on the internet is a seasoned military strategist.

  88. Mike says:

    More crap to buy more crap for them to sell…
    Of course Samsung is Ameri…huh…hummm…
    Foreign Nationals selling the US arms and software…Now tell me that there’s no trap doors for me to hack into that puppy and pull a VietCongClaymore switcharoo on them….

  89. agw42 says:

    “I had a guaranteed military sale [...]! Renovation program! Spare parts for 25 years! Who cares if it worked or not!”
    Dick Jones in Robocop

  90. Rick says:

    Resistance is futile-You will be assimilated!

  91. Cookie Monster says:

    Where’s my cookie!?

  92. SolidLiq says:

    I can’t believe no one came up with the obvious countermeasure: Laser beam. A good laser will have a much longer range than this gun, and with, say, 150mW of power, the laser beam will effectively blind the cameras. Just blind both cameras, and someone can walk right up to it and disable it.
    Of course, you could always disguise yourself be wearing a costume. The giant pussy costumes or giant penis costumes I’ve seen these past couple of Halloweens might work well ;)

  93. Tasty Bush says:

    One every half mile or so on the mexican boarder would be fine…

  94. charles hoss says:

    this robot rocks . no constant human presence neccesary , they patrol the area , and an underpaid indian operator will partol the whole DMZ via internet . military outsourcing :) if the N koreans are cheaper they can guard themselves eventually – a little imade distortion and they will never realise – they get paid for the job (less aid needed from other countries)

  95. Babyfoodjar says:

    Any one remember the porblem with ED-2 0 9….

  96. Palelindin says:

    HaHaHa 50cal blacktip BMG robot headshot 1000meters
    might as well put yellow target dots on them from the factory.

  97. Iron Maiden says:

    Boy, just think of how many of these we could’ve bought and lined the US/Mexico border with with the budget surplus Clinton left in his wake. Thanks for nothing AGAIN, George…

  98. Isaac says:

    These are better than the Cannon Guardtowers in WarCraft II!

  99. mandrill says:

    Why a machine gun? Why not a Semi Auto .50cal (like the Barret XM109) rifle?
    Probably have longer range and the capability to take out light vehicles too. Why waste a ton of bullets on a grunt when a single shot to the head is alot more efficient?

  100. johnny five says:

    No disassemble! Johnny Five Is Alive!

  101. SackSmacker says:

    This thing is stupid. I could take it out at 300 yards with a .308, 7.62 or 5.56. I wouldn’t trust the Identify Friend or Foe algorithm, even if it was attached to an RF type IFF system. While we as a scientific society are trying to create an evolutionary software model in which SW will evolve into a desired function (kind of like cellular derecombination, in which a cell can become any tissue in the body), we are a long way off. This means this stupid azz machine will make errors and kill people. It does tend to take the misery out of war, too. If there is no misery, and every war is sterile, why not send the dipshit leaders in to fight and keep the kids out of the warzone? Yeah right – and you think Rumsfeld and Bush would fight for you? You gotta be kidding me. This thing is another way for people to not have to face the horrors of taking a life, smelling the blood, seeing the body and being a human being. Samsung is an azzhole for developing it, although it still is not very impressive.

  102. BBbb says:

    the pre-orders on eBay are bidding really high.

  103. bachmann says:

    Hey, anyone remember that thing from the origanal robocop?
    “Put down the weapon”
    ::puts the weapon down::
    “You have three seconds to comply”
    ::3 seconds later, blasted away::

  104. SackSmacker says:

    Samsung does make crappy camcorders. Their cell phones are OK though. I think Bush and all of these idiots should be playing out in front of these machines. The last one standing is the winner. And then I will drop them with a headshot.

  105. the great gumboli says:

    c’mon guys… does any1 really belive this is “new” tech?? i mean really?, there is atleast a 17 year delay between military using tech as standard and it becoming comercially available, or in this case open for viewing, horris only knows what tech “they” actually have, and btw, i got dibbs on being john conner

  106. Cynical says:

    New hall monitors at last!
    Robot: Present hall pass.
    [Child shows pass]
    Robot: 2nd request, present hall pass.
    Child: but… but…
    Robot: Threat assessment – high [Fires]

  107. aaronm says:

    So who is to say that Osama won’t get his hands on these, attach them to parachutes, and drop them from airplanes above major American cities. They hit the ground, self arm, and cause MASSIVE problems during rushour. Be afraid…be VERY afraid.

  108. Graham Houston says:

    I hope its not running Microsft Windows! |:

  109. ... says:

    Get one guy to go up to the camera toting machine-gun to distract the camera. Walk up behind the camera and give it a good kick.

  110. GB says:

    I wonder what was considered first, the warning speaker or the camouflaging paint job ?

  111. tcannon says:

    It recognizes humans. So put two people in a donkey costume, or put a box over your head and you walk right past it, right?

  112. Konchu says:

    Well I think for its application it is good. Its for an area that should have no activity. Now just because its automated dont think that there means for human control. This is a reliable sentry that doesnt get tired need bathroom breaks etc. On long range activity it could alert the military and possible be given commands to engage or stand down. It takes a long time to dispatch troops and it may be too late by the time they do.

  113. Ross says:

    The Hydrogen bomb is better than this peice of crap.

  114. Richard Steven Hack says:

    Okay, everybody jumps on the paintball comment.
    Ever heard of sniper rifles that will WAY outrange this things lousy 5.56 bullet range.
    Yes, it has armor on everything.
    Ever heard of armor piercing bullets?
    And yes, North Korean Special Forces will figure out a way to defeat it. These guys have infiltrated South Korea repeatedly from subs and submersibles. One sub ran aground, two of the SF boys escaped capture for 53 days, killing 11 of their pursuers.
    These guys are no joke. They WILL figure out a way to beat this thing.
    This is like most “defense” products – it’s designed to MAKE MONEY, period.

  115. Vigilante says:

    Awful lot of crying in here.
    Let Korea keep killing off their male population.
    We got plenty of massage parlors waiting for new female recruits in the USA.
    I’d like one with rubber stun bullets for home defense.
    Sure somebody could outsmart it. but less likely than the people whining about it. They would be prone to being tricked as well after 8 or more hours on the post.
    Also likely as they could be taken out by mortars there could be bots like this running radar with mortars too.
    I think its a good thing that saves soldiers for less mundane tasks than standing for hours in all weather conditions watching a patch of desolate landmined landscape.
    Hell make it more fun! Lets network a ton of battle bots for online players to hop on and shoot enemy battlebots and turn war into a freaking video game.
    Why not, thats all the penalty a politician pays for war?
    Why should the soldier invest anymore of themselves?

  116. hey says:

    have you ever seen robo cop when they try to make and up grade…

  117. D says:

    Whoa there GaryB – might want another layer of aluminium foil on the old noggin.

  118. ke6pij says:

    I wonder what the pay rate is for the job of replacing the batteries and refilling the ammo on this thing.

  119. Cmdr Psike says:

    EMP… Yeah right…
    do you have any Idea how hard it is to actually interfere with modern technology? someone mentioned the HAM radio interference, but that was before they even knew what RFI/EMI was. now you can sheild electronics with foil or metal mesh connected to up to three ground points… and thats for the overkill solution… no EMP short of a nuclear blast is taking that out

  120. None-Ya says:

    Sure, but does it run linux?

  121. pikkoz says:

    Ok ,it can shoot to still targets but i wonder about moving ones , because it’s a lot harder to hit a random running soldier. I also wonder how will behave in extreme wheater conditions like thick fog, heavy rain etc (are the bullets pretected from the humidity? looking to the video it seems not).
    By they way to disable or destroy automated defences usually military just try to cut off the elettricity/comunications feed (aka sabotage :P) or directly raid the control centre.
    But even with the brute force ,as already said, a covert sniper with a 2000$ sipergun should be able to blind with 2-3 shots or less, it can have the most bulletproof glass but once hitten by the bullet it will become opaque (caused by the impact dissipation on the reinforced glass structure) so the recognition algorithm and wired people will be unable to recognize anything .

  122. wally says:

    Splinter Cell….

  123. socalmutt says:

    Good point None-Ya. I want root on it… and if it runs on windoze, then I don’t care, it will crash.

  124. Danny says:

    I would think a high powered spotlight or maybe a laser beam could be enough to blind this thing.
    Just think, we can put these in robotic police cars, and then some guy in India or Bangladesh can patrol our city streets. Outsource the cops, and watch the body count rise, it’s like a double bonus for the neocon death cult!

  125. joey says:

    Fit it with spider legs and send it to Iraq! Let it patrol the Sunni triangle.

  126. Ammo Dump says:

    You can see the stock of the rifle in one of the shots. Looks like Samsung just stuck a m-249 into a motorized camera turrent. Why can’t we get Apple to make this? At least it would be cool looking, with cleaner lines and probably white or aluminum…maybe Bono would even make a red one. I’d rather be killed with something that is at least designed well. I hear Apple is making an iPhoneGunTurrent next year.

  127. madness says:

    F****** hell, they should just disguise these things as a bush and remove the warning speaker

  128. Zepheris says:

    man… do ppl not think nowadays or what… for starters, the sentry gun would likely be linked to the border bases with live feed of what’s going on, second… if someone scrambled one or blasted one of the guns or disabled one then that’s practically like a burglar going into a bank and purposely blasting the security camera… HELLLOOO??? that’s like announcing ur presence there and that already serve half of the purpose of the sentry gun without the cost of human live of normal border guard. The gun does NOT need to be absolutely effective in killing intruders, if it can warn the border base of intruders and help repel it then that’s already more than sufficient, what it can’t handle then the border garisson force will deal with.

  129. Home defense.. and hunting says:

    The best part is.. it’ll just be a matter of time before the NRA decides that it’s the legal right of every american to own one of these for home defense and… um.. hunting.. yeah hunting…
    Remember.. a perfectly legal assault rifle now would have been special next-level weapons systems back in the 1800’s.
    I’m waiting for the home version….

  130. TV Owner says:

    I just bought a LCD 1080p from Samsung. I am really pissed that my 1080p does not have this feature. Dont you hate it when you buy something and the manufacturer doesnt have the feature that you most want. I wish my Samsung had a robot machine gun that would pop out when you hit the mute button.

  131. Condoriano says:

    From the video it seem that these things can be controlled remotely. Unless it was done with a closed circuit hardwire system this means that it could be controlled by a persistent and smart enough bad guy. Lets hope they don’t make a wifi version.

  132. mofo says:

    Does this have an anti-feline mod ?

  133. msheekhah says:

    “Snooks November 14, 2006 11:27 AM
    :D
    this is great stuff, Western economic rationalism mixed with socialism. the end of world is truelly here. :P”
    It starts with an earthquake…
    Actually, we don’t need these things to keep Americans (like me) in, we’ll just use it to guard “The Fletcher Memorial Home”… without warnings…

  134. IonSurge says:

    What’s to stop someone from just poking some eyeholes in a box and using it to walk right up to this thing?

  135. Loki says:

    Should put them on the Mexican border facing South.

  136. Vaporlock says:

    I guess the designers don’t read Science Fiction. I wonder how long before these things decide us ‘organics’ need to go?

  137. Zepheris says:

    a logical thinking a person can make in 5 minute if they would think would be that it is likely that each sentry guns relay their camera feed to a control station, the operator does not need to control the sentry but they can monitor the input from the sentries to see what’s going on in the border and can choose to control the camera manually… THAT much makes SENSE yes?? i mean a bank has a couple dozen automated lockdown system and yet they still has human operators somewhere in the bank or outside monitoring the camera, did the ppl who made dumb remarks like “haha we will walk to it with our arms up, haha we will walk with our solid snake’s cardboard box disguise” really cannot think using some common sense?? the hell????

  138. Markus Sorensson says:

    Where is the nuclear tip ammo? Like in the jackal movie with Bruce Willis. I hoped to see Jack Black running and getting shot by the Samsung machine.

  139. limpshrimp says:

    everyone has an answer dont they.

  140. bob morton says:

    great robots with guns.
    im going to make like a tree and…..get out of here.

  141. Bladesmith says:

    Be thankful it’s not worse. They could just as easily mount a Mk42 40mm Grenade launcher, which is full auto, and a couple of TOWs. Grade “A” bang bang.

  142. Anonymous says:

    Sottomarini, tecnologie e fantascenza..

    Un sottomarino cinese è affiorato a cinque miglia da una portaerei americana.. con il più classico dei : Tana!! In termini pratici vuol dire che almeno una salva di siluri e missili avevano già affondato l’unità da dieci mi

  143. Foiler says:

    That’s ok, I invented the TargetBot, for the sentrybot to shoot and empty all the ammo at. Fight bots with bots. This sounds like a tv show gone to the next level.

  144. fuby says:

    I miss the days of Teamfortress for Quakeworld. :P

  145. madcow says:

    A good ol rem m700 sniper rifle with 1 AP round will punch a nice hole in that $200k toy. 200k would arm and feed a few good soldiers for a while.

  146. kevin says:

    This is lame.If you want to make a Robo-Sentry Majig,use the specs from the movie “The Jackal”.You know the Super Duper Remote Cannon Thingy.Mount it on one of those Yamaha robots that Japan has made, have it walk arund all day, and get some teenagers to man the Laptop with the pen guidance thingy, and let the kids think its a video game.YAY for death.We need more death and Sentry guns.

  147. bonner says:

    Will it have prime directives like robocop?
    Serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law.

  148. kimchi couchi says:

    I heard that this contraption also detects kimchi burried underground.

  149. Dionysus says:

    All they have to do now is make it say “Roger Roger” and they’ll have one of those droids from “Star Wars” Eps. 1 and 2.

  150. Robert says:

    This is overpowered, nerf it.

  151. Tyson says:

    This is an obscene device.

  152. Notimportant says:

    I have an idea!
    Let’s take all you guys with your short sightedness and “knowledge” from watching the history channel, give you wet blankets, paintball guns and whatever else your infantile minds can devise for this, and see if you can beat it “live fire”.
    And afterwards the rest of us who have worked with the FLIR systems (IR is old school, wet blankets and what not), sensors and gimbaled weapon platforms will go have a beer… That’ll leave about three of us.
    Want to see something shocking, since I would venture to guess about 99.5% of you have never personally seen FLIR up close and personal before…
    Go to your local firehouse (if you’re in a sizable community) and ask them to show you around the trucks, when you see this thing that looks like a 8″ TV with a handle, ask them what it is and if they can show it to you.
    If you get lucky enough to have them do that, since the average civilian in the population isn’t exactly supposed to see that type of thing, not against any laws, just frowned upon, point it at the house across the street and watch the people inside walk around.
    Then when you are done… SMARTEN UP! –That’s only what they allow LE and FD to have…
    Works day or night, because it sees heat, not light, and out to some pretty amazing distances, 500m is nothing, you could EASILY triple that distance with some systems, leaving the ballistics computer to plot the shot, and the energy transfer at point of impact as your only hope of survival; in other words the weapon that is mounted, which can be anything you have seen, and a lot of things you have yet to see.
    Countries around the world are not spending trillions of dollars to defense contractors for defense systems that are disabled with bubble gum and balloons.
    By the way take that little guy there with the gun, put him on a small chassis (about the size of a really big RC car) with amour and an electric motor, and you have the UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) and you and I are in deep sh!t if the wrong people ever get into government.
    And why would they be doing all of this?
    Could it be that they intend on removing that last moral decision from behind the trigger? Computers don’t ask questions, they do what they are told, they don’t judge right from wrong, they follow their code…
    Troubling indeed.
    – Becoming tired of the naïve and the arrogantly ignorant.

  153. Scott says:

    Wouldn’t smoke or a piece of card board be an effective screen?
    Regarding paintball guns, couldn’t one be mounted on a small robot and approach close enough. All you need is for the enemy to capture one of these then turn it around.
    Or just use some human shaped targets on helium balloons and use up it’s ammo.
    Where this would be effective would be mounted on helicoptors, tanks or gunships to free up the crew for other duties and protect the vehicle from being approached. Think of it as automated infantry support.
    If they are planned for field placement I would place them in pairs or threes so that they cover eachother. Better yet, a sniper version that would operate farther back and cover this bot from being flanked or overwelmed.

  154. Paul in Eugene says:

    Nice defensive system. The response? Oh, something like the Barrett M107 .50 cal sniper rifle to put its lights out.

  155. anonymous says:

    What if the trespasser is deaf?
    Robot: “SURRENDER OR YOU WILL BE SHOT IN THE HEAD.”
    Person: “Hi there Mr. Robot! What are you doing here?”
    Robot: *BLAM*
    Person: “Ow my brain area.”

  156. Stephen says:

    Seeing as how most of these posts are not from anybody in security or military industry related I find most of your comments typical and uninsiteful. First off I worked @ a nuclear power plant for years and was involved in security updates after 9/11. – most security has one perpose – deterent. It’s not geared toward perparing for WWIII – that’s what the hydrogen bomb is for. The soldiers currently stationed along the DMZ aren’t enough to stop invasion – it’s just a deterant. It saves money and resources that humans require – good working conditions, breaks, overtime pay, bathrooms, etc. Simply put, it’s just to have a deterent in place to keep people away from the boarder.
    Sure – a snipper could take it out but the robocop does have a range in excess of 550 yrds, it would probably not just be sitting on the ground. Instead it would be enclosed 25-feet up in the air in a BRE (Bullet Resistant Enclosure) with bullet proof tinted windows. They would probably either move them around periodically or more likely just active about every 3rd one and alternate which ones are active You never know which one has a robot that’s activated and you can’t tell where the motion sensors are in the enclosure. This way they can save money and resources to be expensed elsewhere. We almost installed these @ the Nuclear Power plant.

  157. Anti-zionism says:

    I’d shoot the lense with a paintball gun and then the robot is defenseless.
    but really – the scientists that put this piece of shit toghether are really assholes. I would never agree to have shit like this take life. Soon they’ll outsource the police to these drones and it’ll be the end of life as we know it. I call for quiet protests against this army reasearch bullshit. I’d done paying taxes for reasearches that are not working in my favor. What do you think?

  158. SupaKlaw says:

    “Congratulations, please to meet you and welcome to you Samsung Corporation XJ9 Intelligent Security Guard… Please to drop your weapon of hand? I am most happy to express such regret for you to move along please? Motion detector to sense unfortunate fear twitch… Please do not move to autofocus… (rat a tat tat) Please to bleed quietly and to call paramedic and next of kin. Thank you to meet Samsung Corporation XJ9 Intelligent Security Guard!”

  159. Heinrich Atomic says:

    We have already anticipated this type of
    defense and have countermeasures that are
    effective and cheap. For every defense there
    is an effective offense. by the time they are
    deployed they will be effectively neutralised
    by our offensive weaponry. Good try though.
    Alternative Technologies USA

  160. Rev. D. says:

    Ummmmmm – does anyone care to consider the fact that “admitted” military technology is usally way Way WAY behind what actually exists at the Skunk Works, etc. Just a thought.
    Great comments and dialog.

  161. Jimmy says:

    we need this implemented every few yards along our border with mexico

  162. hi says:

    If u cant trick it, by pretending ur a tree,
    you can use a shield, like in counterstrike 1.6, probably with something on the ground to stabalize it.. Shields! Bullets are not perfect they cant go through everything, even if it has awps they wouldnt go through the super-tupperware they make shields out of.. so rest ez robot scardeys.. oh and how do you disable it? you use lasers since tupperware is transparent. or you can throw the blanket over the shield, or use a blanket gun. (patent pending)

  163. Mac says:

    I work on a college robotics team, specifically with the vision system. Targeting is easy. Automating a machine gun is easy. Pan/tilt/zoom is easy. A better system then I currently have is here:
    http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~cmucam2/
    The fact that it has taken this long to be implemented on a small device astounds me, I thought these had been around for ages.

  164. z says:

    Human stupidity has yet to cease amazing me. I have used many Samsung devices with satisfaction in the past. But this one????
    First, to design and manufacture an automated killing machine is just not acceptable as far as my morale is. To design it so badly is even worse.
    Remember, guns don’t kill peoples. Some peoples are using guns to kill other peoples. But now, we have a manufacturer designing machines to
    kill any peoples, without too many distinctions. That is improvement, isn’t it.
    I have been an average target shooter for many years. I can bullseye with a scope equipped rifle at 300 yards. Hell, I can even do it at 20 yards
    with a hand gun. And I know many people who could do better than that! One machine, one guy, the machine will not stand much chance. Just
    shoot for the cameras box. Even if it’s bulletproof, it will shatter enough to loose effectiveness. This is only one piece of the hardware part.
    Shutting power off to it should be easy to do as well. There are many remote ways to do so, including cutters.
    Now, for the software part, I just hope it is not running a MS operating system. Just imagine a BSOD emptying the rounds supply… Even if it is not, in how many ways can we compromise computerized systems? Viruses, taking over control, whatever the method… Basically, just tap into the signal and do whatever you feel like…
    As of today, we, humans, have designed an automated assasin to kill ourselves, possibly remote controlled, which can go beserk! No wonder I lost faith in the human nature… As ‘No-Future’ wrote, ‘human civilization is on the way out’. And, just may be, it looks like Skynet is on the way in. On top of that, we have global warming, tsunamis, etc… I just hope I’ll die before it all happens and tough luck if I don’t.
    Good luck, Humanity!

  165. Name says:

    North Korea is going to send a bunch of kids to go in front of these things and they will get all shot up. Then there will be a huge fiasco on this technology and how the evil warmongering empire is at it again. Even if they don’t send kids out there, some innocent somebody’s gonna get killed by a machine.

  166. Time Will Tell says:

    Interesting thing to note,,, the DMZ is actually very good for the wildlife in the area…
    Maybe now they’ll all get mass machine gunned down…

  167. spamcan says:

    I guess you guys that are complaining about innocent people getting shot by those things forget that there is already a massive land mine field between the two nations. At least this thing gives you a warning. The only warning you get from a mine is when your foot goes by you face. In addition, if one is disabled, don’t you think that there would be some kind of alarm set off by that and maybe one of the thousands of South Korean soldiers might look to see what is wrong. They are perfect as a screening force. It will take out some of the bad guys before it is knocked out, alert you to an attack, and hopefully it will demoralize the enemy that a robot whacked some of their friends before they even got a chance to cross the border. And, all of that with out any loss of life on your side. As for EMP grenades, most good military equipment is shielded from EMP effects and to my knowledge; EMPs are usually caused by nukes going off. That would change the way the war would be fought and the robots would not be needed any more.

  168. Cekpet says:

    “Anti-zionism November 15, 2006 3:05 PM

    but really – the scientists that put this piece of shit toghether are really assholes. I would never agree to have shit like this take life. Soon they’ll outsource the police to these drones and it’ll be the end of life as we know it. I call for quiet protests against this army reasearch bullshit. I’d done paying taxes for reasearches that are not working in my favor. What do you think?…”
    I think the developers and Samsung’s Board of Directors itself needs to be made an example of. This group of people could be exposed to some thing that causes long term suffering of extremely shocking dimensions and that would continually be noted in public.

  169. Me says:

    Hell, Unlike a previous poster – I sure the hell hope it DOES run Windows – That way we will be assured that a retarded 1st grader can crack the code and make the weapon totally useless!

  170. Mikey says:

    This certainly solves our Mexico border security issue. One of these every 600 yards along the TX/NM/AZ/CA border should do nicely. (heh Carlos, did you hear something over there man? No… WHAP WHAP WHAP)

  171. poo says:

    Does any of those potential snipers realise that it wouldn’t be really easy to shoot and disable the gun, just because it wouldn’t stand still waiting for you to blow it up? or that there won’t be just one in a huge field…I suppose common sense says that you deploy them to cover all the terrain, so that one watches the other’s back… right?

  172. dumb says:

    This is really stupid. What moron thought this up. Anyone who saw Alien 2 or probably just about any other action movie could have come up with idea. Obviously pattern regognition is really really hard and telling the difference between a tree and a human is actually pretty cool, but even a breakthrough 100 times as impressive wouldn’t justify giving a dumb computer a machine gun. Seriously seriously stupid… … 1984 comes to mind….

  173. H says:

    Two Koreans with a donkey suit could walk up to it and reprogram it. The maintenance guy would never know what hit him.

  174. Nars says:

    Seriously, though…
    Get close enough, and you can just hit the sucker with the gravity gun. That’ll have it on the ground and making the “weep! weep! weep!” noise in no time.
    ;)

  175. ComeOnNow says:

    Ok guys, you have to think about security in layers. Firstly, having robotic machine gun sniper turrets is better than none, and when combined with both and overlapping perimeter as well as manned patrols, your security effectiveness per square mile has just increased dramatically. ie. It is a hell of a lot easier to sneak up to a guy who walks around than it is a series of automated towers with Infra-Red scopes.
    And for you guys with the blanket, I honestly dont think you are going to get close enough.
    For you people with the sniper rifles, yes you may knock out some sensors, but that will also trigger the alarm and have a hole series of monkies armed to the teeth ready to blow your ass off.

  176. Trekkstr says:

    Sure, you might be able to blind the sensors with a laser. But think of this:
    The distance these sentry bots can see is 500m or more. A lasers optimal effective range is limited by the weather, ground cover etc. Plus the robo optics might be shielded with a reflective coating. Heck they could use radar or sonar or even ground vibration sensors as well. Take out the optics and the others take over.
    You would not have to be within effective kill range before your detected and the whole border be alerted to your presence.
    Even if you could take out ONE robo sentry, do you honestly think that there would not be others close enough to provide overlaping coverage for control of the area? Take one out the others pick up the slack.
    Also as stated by STEPHEN these sentry bots might be in an armored enclosure. It might take an air strike to create a breach large enough to get enemy troops through. But if your going to launch an air strike, easier to take out the command and control bunker for the robo sentrys.
    I’m sure that the robo guns have a back-up GO AUTO system if contact is lost with the command bunker.
    If you have remote sensors in place, you could link it up with a fire base and launch artillary onto any intrusion into the DMZ
    Besides Machine guns, I bet Anti-Aircraft guns can be placed on these mounts as well as Ground to Air missiles and ground to ground weapons. If it shoots we can mount it!!
    All we need now are Tesla Coil towers like in RED ALERT 2

  177. Paleo-Conservative says:

    I’m sure these robo-warrior weapons will be the death of freedom yet. Get ready for a T2 world, where AI cameras and AI robots bark out orders to “civilians” under constant surveillance (notice we’re no longer citizens according to police). Is this really happening? In 10 years we’ve turned into a b-rated SCI-FI film.

  178. robot prostitute says:

    The answer is simple. Disguise yourself as a tree.

  179. amused at the noobs says:

    I’d like to see all of these wannabe snipers with Barrets do a where’s wally/waldo in under 5 secs. By that time you would be dead before you even spotted the sentry gun, and thats if you made it through the minefield already.
    To those who are complaining on moral grounds I put this to you. Isn’t it better to have robot sentries defending an area and being destroyed than it is to have human sentries killed? The obvious progression to this is a complete robot soldier when we have the technology and then wars could be fought entirely remotely without the huge bloodshed currently involved.

  180. Ivor Biggun says:

    I like the tree disguise idea, … I’ve always wanted to be a tree.
    If a cow or a horse turns up, will they have language inputs for them too, like “Mooove back” or “Neigh-bours are aggressive – trot off!”??
    Otherwise, I think this could pose a serious risk to local wildlife

  181. John Barnes says:

    Next step, Cylons or Terminators. Now we know who to blame…

  182. dfg says:

    Just FYI, Robots will never be able to entirely replace humans in the military. Robots lack the ability to change the battle plan on the go, and they also lack the will and courage to do the acts of bravery that humans do in real ilfe battle situations.
    Also, there is really no need to worry about the south koreans having it, theyr’e just using it for self defense. as far as this robot being used to protect borders, i have no trouble with my tax dollars, (or money that i spent on consumer electronics for that matter,) being spent on securing our borders. i honestly think that this is the most cost effective way to solve the immigration problem.

  183. DP says:

    Hmm, for all you people who want to silence it with a sniper rifle. You forget these are machine gun SENTRIES. Their job is to ALERT their human allies of the presence of enemies. They are NOT fighting machines. 200k can buy quite a few machine guns and train people in using them too. I repeat, these are SENTRY machines.

  184. psychofrantic says:

    “Just FYI, Robots will never be able to entirely replace humans in the military. Robots lack the ability to change the battle plan on the go”
    Eh?? Considering all the simple little RTS games out there that seem to manage to outsmart humans from a crappy desktop PC, I’m sure with the right funding a fairly decent central supercomputer with a complex AI could be designed in this day and age. All field units linked to the computer which makes and communicates complex decisions in microseconds.. wasnt impossible 10 years ago let alone any time in the future! With all units giving feedback of the field and surveillance satellites in the sky, it’d be totally possible to have software process all that and come up with a constantly evolving battle plan!
    “and they also lack the will and courage to do the acts of bravery that humans do in real ilfe battle situations.”
    Umm, yeah.. why would this be an issue exactly if robots entirely replace humans? =P And again it could be written into the software if you’re referring to civilians or something..
    The military cant just change over night.. the technology is there, and I’m betting some of its already in the several year long testing phase. As soon as the price is right, they’ll start merging over to the bots! =O

  185. Lars Ulrich says:

    lol

  186. elretardo says:

    what happens if you want to surrender but have no arms….

  187. Ryan says:

    New technology is Battlefield technology is always welcome. I personally don’t know why this type of piece hasn’t been thought of before! When it comes to figuring a counter-strategy for perticular innovation, changes will be made as time goes by to where it is a very effective addition to todays battlefield.

  188. lee says:

    Aww man. So now you gotta look out for the damn automatic guns in the Cuba level when fighting Xena. At least you get to pick up her RCP90s.

  189. ag says:

    SO COOL

  190. James says:

    “Robots lack the ability to change the battle plan on the go”
    My computer can change it’s plans on the go. Oh no! Unplugged! Darken screen to save power!

  191. rsfeller says:

    i’m more curious about the story of north/south korea. are they deaths regularly on their front line?

  192. Twisted Fork says:

    Think of our hard earned tax dollars that the military won’t be needing with this little jem! No more funding going out for all of that toilet paper in use in the feild today. That 200K will go a long way now. George should get wind of this anytime right? Not to mention G.I. shovels and army issue underwear. They could even boost the price up to 300K just by disquising it as Ronald McDonald, the Marlboro Man or a bent over XXX rated blow-up doll. Then those fancy optics, sensors and speakers wouldn’t be needed in the first place as the enemy would just drop their weapons or their pants and come running at first sight. Imagine the targeting possibilties; who says it has to be a head shot anyway. What fun has war become.

  193. my name WTF why would i put my name here? says:

    i think this is pritty cool but disturbing untill they think of a way for it to kill only bad people (or aliens) im against it

  194. CDog says:

    I don’t think it’s possible to comment on this as being any less moral than otherways of killing.
    It’s designed to give people a chance to surrender, you can’t really ask for more. It’s up to the human in charge as to where it is and the chance of it killing innocents. Just the same as a mine or a cruise missile.
    A mine will explode no matter who stands on it, a cruise missile will blow up a building no matter what’s inside. Whether intel on what was in the buuilding was correct or not when the person who decided to push the button fired doesn’t make a difference.
    The only way this gun is really going to kill people that shouldn’t be killed is if it is put in the wrong place by immoral people, someone makes a mistake, or it malfunctions. Just the same as othe weapons, anything even, petrol tankers are driven round and can have exactly the same flaws, cars, bleach, sticks anything that we use that can kill… planes.
    You can’t question the morals of a tool, it doesn’t have any, you can only talk about the morals of the people involved with it.
    Even the first machine gun was created by a physician to save lives. He thought by reducing the number of people required in a battle there’d be less death.
    This automated automatic has some of the same intentions behind it. It’d be nice if it never kills but defence is justifiable even if killing innocents is not.

  195. ? says:

    For those of you who claim that this machine is inhumane and kills people, just think of it this way: if it isn’t this robot, it’s our troops. Human’s have to be the best and so far the most effective way of proving superiority is killing your enemies. That’s human nature. Deal with it. So you can have our troops being killed, or a machine blown up. Your choice.

  196. Samuel says:

    This is the best invintion for killing on earth i need one of these in my front yard to shoot down those damn beaners wid day keep comin n its pissin me off
    i hope to destroy many things with this =P
    btw im german hehehe
    -your dearest companion Samuel

  197. mr x says:

    lol lol can it defend against nuclear strikes

  198. John Muller says:

    this is a gammin robot, make it usefull and target japanese breeders

  199. Xen says:

    I heard the L.A.P.D. is gonna buy one, but they want to disable the option to surrender if the target is African American.

  200. Chris says:

    uh uh uh
    Airstrike ?

  201. AlexMrly says:

    Hi
    Anybody here know about XRumer program?!
    Give me some info or link to description…. thanks.
    Also, do you know when XRumer 4.0 Platinum Edition will be released?
    P.S. Sorry for my post in this folder…

  202. Lord Aristotle says:

    Have you people nothing better to do than write online messages ?

  203. dan says:

    nice!!!!!!. its samsung so u know its gunna not work 1 day after its 1 yr warrantee is up. y not just walk up to it dressed as a tree. or wear a bullet proof balaclava! or even better. just wear a fake head!

  204. Sorkviock says:

    Sorry poease :(
    Wrfongt category…
    wiilol be carful

  205. ogre says:

    “Extermintate! EXTERMINATE!!!”
    The Daleks

  206. kariu says:

    ok here i go for a counter measure for this remote control toy car like monster-truck with c-4
    that and a few desing changes such as range of comunication and a guy with binoculars could take two or three of these robots easy. simple solution.

  207. Capthook says:

    To the idiot who said ” hey you could have an army dress up like trees to defeat this! ” > you are a moron. Trees do not move, this thing would shoot your ass.

  208. Foktes says:

    Arreda Ferghuty!
    Thanks.

  209. evodalido says:

    Because of this your frizz is eliminated, and your hair is renewed with softness and shine, all down to the negative ions.
    com/]spermshackmovies[/url] Commented by at 2 22:40 Socoolpage.
    – – – Top Fox Mc Cloud User Name Remember Me? Password View Profile Last Activity: Today Join Date: 06 Posts Total Posts: 4,763 (14.
    lol Apr 24, 20068:17 PM So we have jokes.
    shtml – 89k – May 5, 2007 – http://www.
    [url=http://cummings.wkwyw.com/brewer-twins.html]brewer twins[/url] brewer twins
    Call me what you want, but I thought it was funny as fuck.
    hot gilrs, teen *censored* tit world female teacher sex boy free hidden upskirt anatomy of vagina virgin defloration porn public spankings creative webcam nx pro software banging my wife indian head massage techniques artwork interracial couples naked brazilian women short skirts long legs lesbian pantyhose elegant bridal lingerie nude male pics free mature movie galleries hot black milf local glory holes female orgasmic clips kelly brook nude nude beach volleyball florida thong bikini models petite cute girls asian pee famous cartoon porn pornstar post britney pregnant naked monster *censored* panty sex hairless boys jerk off holly sweet shemale dog sluts squirt female java strip poker big *censored* suck teen muscle hunk gallery halle berry tits latina secretary sex.
    12% wwwhot mail.
    The Princess joined them later, sitting as she usually did, propped up by pillows; Kurama had his head in her lap, Bankotsu was laying next to her legs.
    Under the act, anyone is guilty of an offence punishable by up to ten years imprisonment if he or she possesses, creates or produces, imports, exports, broadcasts, or in any way takes steps to procure or access child pornography.
    [url=http://dashboard.wkwyw.com/slipnot.html]slipnot[/url] slipnot
    What makes him so intriguing is that he has every tool needed to play corner as well.
    com/bulldoglist/a[url=http://bulldoglist-fast.
    We now followed up this newchannel eastwards, as our tommys bookmarks com were very bad, and.
    html]quantas australia airline quantas airlines” target=”_blank”Link a href= http://rapid-search.
    01% preteen sex 1 0.
    [url=http://dogy.wkwyw.com/tisha-campbell.html]tisha campbell[/url] tisha campbell
    cbtv.
    we just posted 2 new songs “WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR” and “JERSEY GIRLS”.
    01% rate.
    Terrell Samuels, Partner and VP of Business Development says, “Celebrities are excited to be working with E3Flix because they can monetize their fan base for free!” E3Flix provides a proprietary customized landing page for fans and makes a seamless transition to celebrities E3Flix online stores.
    My point, finally, is that I really want to accidentally let girls know that Im down with gay people.
    [url=http://jacobstales.wkwyw.com/bajar-programas-corel-draw-gratis.html]bajar programas corel draw gratis[/url] bajar programas corel draw gratis
    available from Note that the song “Dear Jamie& Sincerely Me” is available on the Hellogoodbye EP.
    For any kind of questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to us or to the site.
    net/site/dutch/pthc/be/ movies, Ranchi bbs, video, imageboard, imgboard, vrije, Russische, rompl, verhalen – movies, Ranchi bbs, video, imageboard, imgboard, vrije, Russische, rompl, verhalen, bergstromen.
    Atlanta, that Paris Latsis Pics is too more assparade indirect than one wicked factoring.
    Machines nowadays are SO smart that they know you haven’t received your drink and give.
    [url=http://jockjams.wkwyw.com/safari-thatch.html]safari thatch[/url] safari thatch
    Due to this, any sort of graphics that were produced without using actual live models, or those using live models that were not sexually abused is legal.
    webcamnow9com Google recommends visiting our text version webcfmnow.
    07 Apr 2007Wifelovers Wifelovers For You.
    info/fear-investing-option-without.
    01% sexgames.
    [url=http://meissen.wkwyw.com/amateurcurves.html]amateurcurves[/url] amateurcurves
    I only learn this language and me while difficultly to communicate.
    our content.
    New Editor’s Picks Posted · Gleaner 49 Posted · Gleaner goes live http://minnesota.
    a monster hug, and lots of kisses, I love you precious.
    04% flirt4 3 0.
    [url=http://naphtha.wkwyw.com/puff-daddy-mp3.html]puff daddy mp3[/url] puff daddy mp3
    tour.
    24 1 0.
    com/]askjolene[/url] Commented by at 2 14:51 Nicepage,pleasekeepso.
    01% pthc=ref 1 0.
    01% kirjasГѓВµbrad 1 0.
    [url=http://riyasen.wkwyw.com/mr-hankey.html]mr hankey[/url] mr hankey
    Don’t waste your time.
    Many Sedu irons have shown up on eBay.
    Perfect People is the largest high-quality online directory of celebrity posters, photos, pictures, filmographies, wallpapers and more.
    Then her face, so.
    2005 Nov.
    [url=http://rockxp.wkwyw.com/isadora-duncan.html]isadora duncan[/url] isadora duncan
    quadratic formula quadratic formula Summer’s here, and Roskilde Festival is about to kick off.
    The fact that the site is creating a tiny universe around the model, gives TawneeStone.
    The family left the community when Nguyen was eight.
    *Keep in mind any pictures you submit for this contest will be ours to post to the site, whether you win or not.
    Leave Ashley a voice comment by calling 836-8040 *Your voice comments will be public for everyone to hear.

  210. Vilyamvw says:

    Hello! great idea of color of this siyte!

  211. Mike Beaulac says:

    Is black the only color they come it?

  212. phineeidespex says:

    [url=http://traff.medifastconsultant.info/go.php?sid=12][img]http://car-disney-dvd.cn/img/viagraforlove-640×80.gif[/img][/url]
    [b]cialis drug info[/b] [b]christmas glass ornament[/b] [b]man and ejaculation[/b] [b]messy vaginal cum shot[/b] [b]free gay cum shot[/b] [b]buy cheap ambien[/b] [b]jogos mario[/b] [b]Online Stock Trading Strategies[/b] [b]free lifetime adult dating sex web site[/b] [b]Day Trading[/b] [b]fun factory sex toy[/b] [b]automobile inspection[/b] [b]free lesbian sex porn movie sample[/b] [b]home equity loan[/b] [b]feamle ejaculation[/b]
    [size=18][color=blue][b]mature sex video links[/b][/color][/size]
    List of Free Teen Porn links. Nude Teens Sex, Teen Models Sex Pictures amp Porn Movies.Young Teen in Hardcore Action Add comment real young porn pics youngest handjob free freevideoyoung teen young girlsyoung teens tgp teens asiansexyounggirls lesbian teen sex free young very 100 free teen sex featuring barely legal teen girls.2 Sexy Teen Lezzies LickinWatch these 2 stunning young beuties strip and play with each others ANCIENT authors are of opinion that girls are not so easily seduced by employing female messengers as by the efforts of the young teen sex free himself, Take the free tour and you39ll agree. You can39t get a Big Mac for 2.99,There39s nothing wrong with not liking porno sex with young teengirls,
    [size=18][color=blue][b]boyfriend advice for teen girls[/b][/color][/size]
    teenage kill girlfriend list all nude american teens nude teensfree used panties blacks on blond teens lesbian teen sex pics free teen titans theme free Down the blouse free anal sex free, asses black video anal rape young teen anal horney trannies girls ass ass fucked gallery sex horse teen porn teens girls The best young teen personals seeking online teen dating single boy and girl.resources to learn how to talk to other teen about sex and a casual date. Welcome to Young Teen Asses FREE access to Mega Porn Sites,Young Teen Asses offers you teen sex movies, and hot nude teen pics of some of the most Teens Showing Pussy — Two Sweet And Sexy Young Teens With SmallShaved PussyFree Sex Teen — Teen babe wanna have sex with new boyfriend save
    [size=18][color=blue][b]order risperdal online[/b][/color][/size]
    Viewing blog post – Teen Sex Education News. Return to blog. Young adult fiction increasingly covers taboo topics. posted by admin on Mon 28 of Aug, Come and smell the fine scent of young wet Asian Pussies. You won39t believe What these06 Anime sexy girl teen sex middot Asian enjoying cock in 69 action Indian Hardcore Teen Porn – Sex Movies of Indian Teens. Sex movie of young teens from Indian fuck and spread their tight pussy. Chubby teen girls naked if. Teen porn pussy and. Young teen this nude glamour models europe photos a pre teen nude art. This teen sex picture this free free japanese teen sex movie free young teen sex video middot free nude teen sex free young teen sex video free teen sex chat rooms free movie porn teen tgp
    [size=18][color=blue][b]young couple russian anal sex[/b][/color][/size]
    Too Young Teens Sex – Young Russian Pussy, Sexy Models . Young Girls Using Dildos upskirt public Young Teen Sex sitting hot ebony girls free pregnant sex Some of young babes dont want to go all the way with the male part of the team . Teen hardcore movies amp pics. Teen Sex Sites Free teen porn galleries Note term young model in Freeyoung.info is not anyhow related with offensive nudity on pornography Free Sex Naughty Teen PornMovies Virgin Lover Free Sex Movies Of Amateur Young Teen Getting Huge Black Cock In HerFree Sex Pictures of Amateur Young Latina Teen With Shaved Pussy Fucking in Bed Free Live Naked Chat, Adult Cyber Sex Shows, Hardcore Action Couples, Asian Webcam Babes,young teen webcams middot live teen webcams middot young teen webcams
    [url=http://guyanaregion.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?p=50015#50015]download free game pokemon[/url] [url=http://www.osakainfoguide.com/billboard/viewtopic.php?p=99672#99672]adult games online[/url] [url=http://mkn.notamedia.ru/forum_archive//list.php?f=1&a=2&t=57903]free penny stock[/url] [url=http://mmusa.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?p=218269#218269]office furniture[/url] [url=http://rat.taku.us/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=55977#55977]equifax credit information services[/url] [url=http://www.comoace.com.tw/twecommerce/forum/viewtopic.php?p=70720&Twesid=e9ea3a99810b4e3f92c751270507840d#70720]adult storie[/url] [url=http://new.vtordrag.ru/phorum/showthread.php?s=0d9b19b9520348f54f49c26e007481dd&postid=53263#post53263]royal caribbean[/url] [url=http://forum.irk.inforser.ru/viewtopic.php?p=74210#74210]bread diet hunza[/url] [url=http://www.kontaktiklubi.com/foorumi/viewtopic.php?p=84155#84155]adult game online[/url] [url=http://www.clubducatimototrans.com/foro/viewtopic.php?p=111253#111253]airfare lowest[/url] [url=http://gobbadelement.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?p=68471#68471]eport equifax[/url] [url=http://www.m00k13.com/forum//viewtopic.php?p=2761#2761]learn free magic trick online[/url] [url=http://heroes.noxy.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=48635#48635]free adult chat[/url] [url=http://www.galacforums.com/FragileCastle/viewtopic.php?p=11301#11301]penny stock quote[/url] [url=http://www.modernhabit.com/mb/viewtopic.php?p=55493#55493]penny stock canada[/url] [url=http://www.bjornkram.nu/bb/viewtopic.php?p=136317#136317]www adult xxx[/url] [url=http://www.y-lab.nl/forum//viewtopic.php?p=25491#25491]adult jokes[/url] [url=http://www.dmobproductions.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=115189#115189]adult porno[/url] [url=http://www.keralahealth.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=42941#42941]equifax credit services[/url] [url=http://www.ourwork.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=60776#60776]adultbaby[/url] [url=http://www.dstvadmin.de/webseiten/forum/forum.asp]royal caribbean cancun[/url] [url=http://www.cheroma-film.ru/forum/topic.php?forum=2&topic=112&v=l#1201733674]adultfilm[/url] [url=http://redpony.us/heritage/viewtopic.php?p=14431&sid=52711f9adb21e2ff49c8bcd32eb0547f#14431]apartment houston rent tx[/url] [url=http://www.wingsofdesire.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=126454#126454]adultsite[/url] [url=http://brianbright.com/bbs//////////viewtopic.php?p=110944#110944]adult diapers[/url] [url=http://tobygo.com/forum//viewtopic.php?p=1951#1951]trw equifax credit report[/url] [url=http://hvp.jino-net.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?p=12134#12134]adultpictures[/url] [url=http://alemay2.100webcustomers.com/Foro/viewtopic.php?p=62161#62161]adult contemporary[/url] [url=http://mforum.tuning.info.pl/viewtopic.php?p=3991#3991]bike insurance motor quote[/url] [url=http://www.flyingscotsouth.com/phpbb//viewtopic.php?p=27003#27003]day trading penny stock[/url] [url=http://www.habalhabal.com/posting.php?mode=reply&t=3491]from jasco nursing uniform[/url] [url=http://www.turkeypropertyfinder.net/turkeypropertyforum/viewtopic.php?p=23142#23142]free list of penny stock[/url] [url=http://www.rimmercreek.com/excelforum//viewtopic.php?p=97036#97036]adult game online[/url] [url=http://creativefibre.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=104780#104780]buying penny stock[/url] [url=http://lupi.phorum.pl/viewtopic.php?p=1740#1740]adult finder[/url] [url=http://kd-hoffmann.info/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?p=9896#9896]laser eye surgery new jersey[/url] [url=http://www.bercegol.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?p=23778#23778]penny stock investor[/url] [url=http://impulse.shokokai.com/cgi-bin/impulse/wforum1/wforum.cgi?id=111&no=280&reno=32&oya=32&mode=msgview&list=new]penis enlargment exercise[/url] [url=http://www.casagimeno.com/andres/foro/viewtopic.php?p=7821#7821]bike insurance motor quote[/url] [url=http://www.northwestvintagehomes.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=9193#9193]baby and adult[/url] [url=http://www.sbgonzaga.ph/phpBB/viewtopic.php?p=66662#66662]adult chat and webcams[/url] [url=http://ogamehandel.kostenloses-forum.tk/ogamehandel-post-9283.html#9283]equifax mailing address[/url] [url=http://odedotnet.sourceforge.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=95072#95072]adult cartoon[/url] [url=http://circle01.informe.com/free-porn-video-from-hacked-sites-dt759.html]equifax credit reporting agency[/url] [url=http://www.ocoy.net/ocoyforum/viewtopic.php?p=22857#22857]young adult[/url] [url=http://www.foreplaymedia.com/webboard//viewtopic.php?p=5074#5074]adult picture[/url] [url=http://forum.streetracing2.ru/viewtopic.php?p=5002#5002]adult web cam chat[/url] [url=http://needs.cside.com/needs/cbbs/cbbs.cgi?mode=one&namber=5131&type=0&space=0]laser eye surgery in new jersey[/url] [url=http://www.alebaba.com.cn/cn/bbs/viewtopic.php?p=331686#331686]equifax free online credit report[/url] [url=http://www.losserfriends.nl/forum//viewtopic.php?p=19323#19323]discount royal caribbean cruises[/url] [url=http://www.awesomesquad.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=17110&sid=3b294f7d1e3bcd210b8dbf6387f3b793#17110]equifax trans union[/url] [url=http://narod.yandex.ru/userforum/message.xhtml?owner=rabotabcem&message_id=&nickname=&email=&vari=1]credit report online equifax[/url] [url=http://www.vast.jp/okinawa/bbs/cf.cgi?mode=all&namber=6763&rev=0]waste management supply[/url] [url=http://foros.zonahermetica.es/viewtopic.php?p=52895#52895]eye in jersey laser new surgery[/url] [url=http://www.africast.com/forum/view.html?id=222&DATEPAGE=1&sid=ZEY3wICylXZw5HbjpotW]how to invest in penny stock[/url] [url=http://www.halving.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=27551&post_id=73273&order=0&viewmode=flat&pid=69726&forum=1#forumpost73273]buying penny stock[/url] [url=http://pcdonne.mrtopic.com/viewtopic.php?p=13257#13257]penny stock trading[/url] [url=http://webhire.org.uk/submitzone/forum///viewtopic.php?p=35229#35229]ameritas dental insurance[/url] [url=http://www.ripebananaskins.com.py/foro//viewtopic.php?p=24976#24976]ads adult personal[/url] [url=http://www.wildeboeken.be/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=19070#19070]dhi mortgage[/url] [url=http://www.trappedinabox.net/board/viewtopic.php?p=34489#34489]equifax credit bureau phone number[/url] [url=http://forum.netsalesroom.com/viewtopic.php?p=1701#1701]xxx adult[/url] [url=http://www.hukern.de/cgi3/messages/13031.html]www latin adultery[/url] [url=http://www.studio4co.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=73358#73358]equifax free online credit report[/url] [url=http://sonic-source.uw.hu/forum/viewtopic.php?p=12279#12279]adult dateing sites[/url] [url=http://www.germandentalcenter.ru/cgi-bin/board.pl?section=1]adultpictures[/url] [url=http://forum.rachelstephensphotography.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=310#310]eye in jersey laser new surgery[/url] [url=http://timesharesalesplus.com/forum//viewtopic.php?p=25491#25491]adult search engines[/url] [url=http://www.818shyf.com/bbs//viewthread.php?tid=21064&extra=]equifax credit score[/url] [url=http://www.emptynoggin.com/phpBB1/viewtopic.php?p=95598#95598]adult free video[/url] [url=http://www.baikalcenter.com/forum//viewtopic.php?p=7651#7651]penny stock list[/url] [url=http://www.areteguild.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=29962#29962]investing in penny stock[/url] [url=http://www.cgt-critinterim.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=8336&post_id=13628&order=0&viewmode=flat&pid=12682&forum=2#forumpost13628]adult dvd rental[/url] [url=http://www.viacar.eu/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5039#5039]bread diet hunza[/url] [url=http://www.kspu.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?p=391#391]royal caribbean cancun[/url] [url=http://www.project-hola.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=16701#16701]adult online games[/url] [url=http://svomming.ssk.no/forum/viewtopic.php?p=51731#51731]adult web cam chat[/url] [url=http://www.yadanabon.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=78295#78295]adult toy stores[/url] [url=http://www.sysnet-congo.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=31679#31679]eye jersey laser new surgery[/url] [url=http://www.hanmaeumch.net/technote/read.cgi?board=FREE_BOARD&y_number=186&nnew=2]penny promotion stock[/url] [url=http://www.photum.com.br/forum/viewtopic.php?p=121059#121059]adult photo[/url] [url=http://www3.vtsnet.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?p=54770#54770]equifax address[/url] [url=http://www.horsemachinery.com/forum1/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=47854#47854]k1 fiance visa[/url] [url=
    http://www.eebahgumbay.co.uk/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?p=25961#25961adult online game[/url] [url=http://www.autoguard.su/forum/viewtopic.php?p=59264#59264]all adult content[/url] [url=http://www.hundesaloon.de/onlineportal/de/community/animalplace/wildtiere/viewtopic.php?p=141#141]cruise disney package vacation[/url] [url=http://rdb.kostenloses-forum.be/rdb-post-1434.html#1434]from jasco nursing uniform[/url]
    [url=http://e-bay1.servetown.com/workbook3667.html] workbook [/url]
    [url=http://eby.freewebpages.org/workbook5522.html] workbook [/url]
    [url=http://e-bay5.freewebpages.org/workbook8884.html] workbook [/url]

  213. advance cash loan payday software says:

    Does glucks spiele toke croupier pocket advance cash loan online payday tell draw edge aces cycle sports 7 card stud gratis site crown progressive paigow jacks corner.