This is a promo video for the development of Beetl, a small autonomous robot that looks like a little tractor and roams your backyard looking for dog turds to pick up like the world's saddest claw machine. Obviously, it looks like it works best with solid, dry turds -- something my dogs know nothing about. They eat weird shit, then shit weird. Also, what if it mistakes an ant hill for a dog turd and starts a war with an ant colony? Whose side do I pick? Besides, who needs a potentially expensive robot to pick up dog turds in your yard when you have perfectly good nieces and nephews who think Sweetarts prevent worms?
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Thanks to Charlie H, who agrees just wait a day until they're dry, then run them over with the lawnmower and fertilizer the rest of your yard.