Glock Pulls Back The Curtain

Damn I like it when companies do this type of video:

All those CNC machines 🤤🤤🤤.

1:03 – Packed lunch goals.  I should rip the foam out of one of my cases, and carry a sandwich and a banana around and see if anyone even looks twice – second amendment audit style.  “UM, AM I BEING DETAINED OFFICERS?  I’m sorry, I didn’t realize it was illegal to carry sustenance around in a plastic case.  This is an EGREGIOUS violation of the 4th amendment, and I will not tolerate it.  Please clearly recite your full names and badge numbers into my GoPro.  *scoff* Oh man YouTube is gonna LOVE this.”

1:31 – We’ve seen those firing machines before.  Cool every time though.

I know it’s not a “nice” topic, but I wonder how long it will be until all humans on assembly lines can be replace with machines?  There are sure a lot of repetitive tasks, which no doubt require a lot of manual dexterity… but I’m sure it will happen eventually.  People are getting replaced everywhere… I got some chicken nugs for my hangry Girlfriend at a McDonalds in Paris, and I shit you not there were only two actual employees.  The ordering was done exclusively on screens.  Yea sure they have the screens in the US and Canada too (not that I frequently go to McDonalds, but I do walk by a lot of them), but I have yet to see any where there is just a big bank of screens like the ones I saw in Paris, and that’s it.  The two employees “cooked” (I obviously use that term loosely), and one handed the bags off to customers.  “Merci” I said, as I grabbed the brown bag of regret.