Henry was programmed for apathy, but the production computer, in an effort to put an end to Phillips’ incessant singing, started spouting Vogon poetry over to loud speaker. Henry, fortunately, was the only one afflicted with immediate madness. The others managed to escape the mental slaughter, but barely. Henry now enjoys success as a professional magician, a pilot, and several other odd jobs.
This is Phillip. He is probably the closest thing we have to a main character. Mostly just because he is the driving force behind any story lines we might have. He also has an improbability drive in his headcase, and he uses it very liberally to get what he wants. Of the emotion bots built he is the only one with the programming for “Annoyingly Cheerful”. Upon his “birth” Phillip immediately began belting out horrendously cheerful holiday jingles and songs. Further production of his model was canceled immediately.
Hey there!Welcome to Salmon of Doubt! For those of you who got the immediate reference, you know what to expect. For those who didn’t, it is the book Douglas Adams intended to write, only he died. But don’t worry we won’t be doing just references to the Hitchiker’s series. If you haven’t read them yet GO DO IT. I’ll wait. Don’t worry it’s not like we’re going anywhere. Good you”re back. Did you like them? You did? See, I told you. Now we can trust eachother. Let’s not break that trust. Pinky swear! Great! See you around the interwebs.