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Monday, September 10, 2018

Robotics

Well, I'm going in for surgery tomorrow.................... "robotic" surgery to be precise. This will be my third round of surgery for hernia repair and the first time the surgeon is going to employ robotics. Part of me is glad that I won't be cut 'down there' again and I think this might be a quicker recovery too.  Still......a robot?

It's probably my age showing, but when I think of medical robotics, I can't help but picture this scene.

Now I know it's nothing like this, but I am a little nervous and to keep my mind from wandering and worrying , I decided to think of 'robotics' within a much more interesting vein:

"Nothing to worry about" ? Tell her that. LOL

Now this young lady seems a little less apprehensive.......but from the look of that pristine backside it might just be a matter of time before she changes her expression.

But to be fair, I've already done a few posts on "spanking machines", so today I think I should feature images that are less mere machine and more robot-like:

They say robots don't have feelings........but there's a lot sensitivity in a bare bottom!

I think the contrast of emotion in the human victims and the clinical efficiency of robots is the major appeal for robotic spankings.

One paddle arm for each cheek! Now there's efficiency for you.


Another common theme in these robot images is the robot as the impassive intermediary between the victim and some human tormentor who exploits the situation.

This anime couplet depicts just that......

....with the twist being the look of sympathy from the robot instead of the human!

And this one is just too cute! I wonder if this is the price for not following the doctor's orders?

Anyway, depending on how I feel, I should be posting again soon. In fact, that might be one of the few things I'll be able to do for a couple of days?






17 comments:

  1. Hi KD, I hope all goes well and that you are back with us, fully recovered, soon.

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    1. Thank you, Don. It's 'same day surgery' and I should be home before dinnertime. ;-) As for 'fully recovered'? I'm hoping soon because the RenFaire is the end of this month!

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  2. All the best KD I hope all is well and you have a quick recovery. I have known others who had robotic surgery and it went very well.

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    1. Thank you, Joe. I'm hoping for a good outcome.

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  3. Hope all goes well! The laparoscopic surgery does result in a faster and more comfortable recovery. Despite the name, the DaVinci "robot" is not a robot in any way. It is a system of remote manipulators, "Waldos" , that allows for more complex manipulation by the internal instruments. I had a chance to try it out at a medical conference several years ago. It was fascinating. Again, good luck!

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    1. Thank you, Lurker. I'm feeling pretty good, much better than when I had the traditional procedure! I met my "da Vinci" before the operation and it reminded me of the multi-armed droid in Star Wars only cut in half. Thanks again for your well-wishes.

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  4. Love the collection of robot spankings..:)

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  5. i hope it went well and you're healing up nicely. love the efficient double-paddle robot.

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    1. I'm OK. Thanks, Fondles. A little pain and a little bloat but not too bad.

      Two paddles are better than one, I suppose?

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  6. Good to see Endart's work getting a run out again! Andy's spanking art is always a treat too

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    1. Welcome, QBuzz. Please feel free to check out the website that accompanies this blog (linked in the upper right margin in 'web view'). You'll find many cartoons, stories, and more. Enjoy!

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  7. Hope your recovery is going well!

    I can see why for those of us into disciplinary spankings, a robot could be attractive. All business. No mercy.

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    1. Thanks, Dan. Not sunshine and lollipops......but not as bad as in the past either!

      Yeah, the 'robot thing' does have resonance with a lot of us.

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  8. I hope you are feeling better and on the mend.

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  9. You should be just about fully recovered by now, I'm glad that everything went well.

    Personally, I find machine spanking stories to be highly appealing only if there's a human directly or (via having programmed the robotic spanker) indirectly controlling the punishment, plus one or more people witnessing the chastisement and preferably interacting with the spankee.

    In two of your spanking-machine stories, the indirect (mechanical) approach allows the disciplinarian to deliver a chastisement that she likely would have been resistant to administering directly --C.K.

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