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No time to waste, Let's Automate

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    You mean like put together some robots that do what we used to @work and we can remote control them from home?
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    Selenium? Great in theory, quirky as hell in practice. (Even, in my experience, when using their best practice guidance.)
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    @AlmondSauce Yea! And Lol true! 😂 Even for some basic stuff where it seem obvious functionality but it's not actually available out of the box.. but with little hack and workarounds it gets the extreme boring stuff done..
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    @molaram Umm sorta.. it really depends on the kind of work.. for me, I am just automating on software level like some repetitive task on my machine (data scraping, entry, etc)..
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    @shubhrohilla oh ok. Was hoping you wanna create some bad ass evil robot of some kind.
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    @molaram shhh don't yell my grand plan out loud.. 🤫 #ultronSoonToBeBorn
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    -> ai robot gf/bf will fix everything. Everything.
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    @molaram

    First robot on my todo list, is one to pick up dog poo !

    Pondering a tractor beam might work well there, since who wants to get shit all over their grabber..
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    @Nanos I will fucking pay for a robot that picks up dog shit because mine makes these huge industrial size rotten shits twice a day
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    @LiterallyJesus a month ago I decided to make one.. than the phase one of my research yelled back at me to go back to my Math lectures to proceed any further...

    It's been a month now and Mathematics is a beautiful subject 😌
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    @molaram If you replace robots by people, that's called managing.
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    @Nanos Why would you want to pick it up?
    Destroy it.
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    @molaram oh you have two dogs? What kind? ... my mom won't let me keep one!!
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    @c3r38r170

    What might you suggest would be a good way of destroying it without burning a hole in the lawn with a flame thrower ?

    Also needs to be cheap to run, and I don't imagine the fuel you'd burn in a flame thrower to be especially economical..

    My first thought was to pick it up and put it in a rubbish bag for the garbage folk.

    But destroying it would be a good solution too, I just imagine it would take a lot of energy to do that.
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    I waste more time automating 🙃🙃
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    @Nanos Water-jet disintegrate it. Like, you know...
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    @c3r38r170

    No that just breaks it into little pieces that scatter all over your lawn !

    Assuming you can do that without damaging your lawn / soil in the process. :-)
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    @Nanos What about a spade that gets the most of it, and then adding water to the remainings? Then the spade gets kept into water to remove most of what gets sticked and flushes itself after some time.
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    @Nanos When I was a kid I didn't get what the fuck tractors to do with beams to do.

    Not because you care.

    Anyways. How about using plastic bags net net guns? Just wrap around it?
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    Trouble with poo is it comes in variations, the hard easy to pick up pieces, not so much a problem.

    The runny, soft stuff, a nightmare !

    Example with carpet..

    https://youtube.com/watch/...

    > How to clean poop out of carpet

    I couldn't easily find garden examples..
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    FX [ Adds ideas to list. ]
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    @shubhrohilla You really like that thing
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    @ScriptCoded 😅 it fits :p
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