Robo-cop, who is he?
Dead or alive you're coming with me.
@Somervillage, I'd buy that for a dollar!
@Somervillage, BITCHES LEAVE!
@Somervillage, I was gonna comment the next line, but I couldn’t understand what Grover was saying.
Great development and research, but let's be honest, insurance companies will call it a cosmetic and wont cover this life changing tech.
@Atomicking74, that's when, instead of asking daddy government to intervene, the people of America form an AR-, AK-, and cheap PCC-weilding ring around the HQ building and inform the execs that they're not leaving until these are, indeed, covered. But unfortunately our people have allowed themselves to become weak, porn-addicted, phone-addicted, lazy excuses for men.
@Captain Swordsman, and then get shot by the cops
Do you want Doctor Octopus?
BECAUSE THAT'S HOW YOU GET DOCTOR OCTOPUS
"We can rebuild him"
So only the military can afford them right?
"It is only possible for Spartans to use the armor, as their strengthened muscles and bones are able to withstand the increased power and speed of movement. In unaugmented human bodies, a simple flex results in the system returning a reactive backlash that breaks bones and tears muscles, causing the cascade of agony-induced muscle spasms to be further inflicted back onto the wearer, killing them in seconds."
All jokes aside my dad broke his neck C3, C4, and his back L4, L5. He isn't a complete quadriplegic because his neurosurgeon was a BA but tech like this gives me hope I won't see other loves one's deal with what he dealt with.
It's the Trauma Harness!