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Dang, I was hoping this was the "Peek & Brew".
At least you can watch the beans bump & grind.
BensonM wrote:"Tea, Earl Grey, hot."
I wonder how many people are feeling ashamed for catching this reference.
haven't these people ever seen the talking toaster on Red Dwarf? worst idea ever. I can just see having an argument with the coffee pot when still half asleep...
Red Dwarf Talking Toaster
if it sounds like Dalek, I may be in for one..."I will eliminate you"
We had a van with On-Star speech recognition that was so bad, the kids made a game where one of them would pretend to be the computer that would comically misunderstand everything being said.
better: listen and brew
mysteryegg wrote:I wonder how many people are feeling ashamed for catching this reference.
Ashamed? How can anyone -not- get this reference? C'mon now, ST:TNG is always on TV, somewhere!
What's the point of the speech recognition??? I mean, in general, you only need to set the time a few times a year (initial setup, power outages and Daylight Savings Time). And you generally want coffee the same time every morning, unless you want it brewed later on the weekends. In other words, the speech feature is almost never used. What's the point???
Was that a Red Dwarf reference?
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