Broken robot toy

M purchased this broken robot toy from a store in New York City. One of its legs and one of its arms don't work, so it just gyrates in place instead of walking. (Using Strobist's $10 light box plans, I made a miniature light box for exactly $0.)

  • israphael 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Island of Misfit Toys, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.
  • Shane Becker 5y

    Hi, Logan.

    My name is Shane Becker. I work at AT&T Interactive, makers of We recently created a 403 page. 403 is the error for access forbidden (for one reason or another). . In our case, it's what blocked IPs get when we detect they're a bot and are doing Bad Things™. We decided to have a little fun with it. We used Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics ( ) and I decided to use your gorgeous photo of this cute little broken robot.

    I gave prominent attribution to you with links back to this photo page, your Flickr profile page and the Creative Commons license that you've released the photo under. I appreciate a great deal when someone (like you) shares their content with the world for re-use. I always do the same with my personal content. It was a joy to be able to include your photo in this new page. You can see it in action at
  • Nadine 4y

    Now that your little guy is famous you should give him a name.
  • oyekunlex02 3y

    Hi my name is kUnlE. Yes you must give him a name
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