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  • The Summer Carnival in Starogorsk XXX

  • A Fiery Recipe 0 Life in the Henhouse on Wheels went on as usual.
  • Jeremy hung up a picture cut from a magazine - a portrait of a boy.
  • The boy in the photo was small, probably a first grader.
    • He was throwing back his head and laughing: his face in the picture was so happy.
    • He had freckles on his nose, and two suns seemed to shine in his eyes.
  • Gleb went to Jeremy, and crouched next to him.
    • First he looked at the portrait for a long time, then said, “Nice guy.
  • Who is that in that picture, Jeremy?
    • Your friend or what?” Jeremy was scribbling something on paper.
  • He rasped with reluctance,” Why do you care?
  • I’m gonna create my Vaska….” Then we all approached him.
  • “ What’s ’Vaska?” “I tell you - that one,” Jeremy nodded at the picture.
  • “Exactly like the picture?!” Yanka said, surprised.
  • “Not exactly,” Jeremy explained, not looking up from his drawings.
  • “My Vaska will be similar in character, but in appearance he will be like me, only smaller.
    • A small robot - boy Vaska I’ll be his father and mother.” “Well,” Gleb said thoughtfully, and sighed for some reason.
  • Jeremy raised his head and looked at us with his green indicators.
  • “But why should I live forever alone?
    • If I have Vaska, then that will be make two of us.
    • We will travel together along the roads and see the world.” ”Take me with you,” said Yurka half-jokingly.
  • We liked Jeremy’s idea.
  • A robot-boy would made his life better.
  • It would be great if a small iron Vaska with a cheerful character were to come into being.
  • He could be our friend.
  • We would ask if he could be enrolled in school.
  • If he would had the ability to learn like Jeremy, he would immediately become an excellent pupil.
  • Jeremy saw that we were happy, and he cheered up.
  • He hummed the tune of a song and then said, “I’ going to make his arms and legs out of duralumin pipes to make it easier for him to run and play.
    • He’ll be like a little rascal.
  • I’ve found an impact-resistant plastomagnet canister for making his body.
  • I’m going to make his head out of an iron kettle.
  • I want to give him an upturned nose.” “It would be better for him if you make his head like yours,” Yanka objected.
  • “To make him look like his parent.” “I’ll think about it,” Jeremy agreed.
    • Yurka asked spitefully, “But what will be inside his head?” Jeremy said casually, “It’s not a problem.
  • I have designed the brains for him.
  • I have memory-superblocks for it in my trunk.
  • The problem is, I have no idea how to set up his power supply.” “Well, what’s the problem?” Gleb asked, surprised.
  • “Make one the same as yours.” “Come on,” Jeremy rasped.
  • “I’m as big as a bookcase, but how can the kiddo carry heavy batteries inside?
    • And the recharging is a big hassle.
    • If only I had Type PM Engine!
  • It is the most suitable for my kid.” “What does “Type PM” mean?” I asked.
  • “A Propeller Machine?
  • Like a fan propeller?” Jeremy got a little angry, “You have a propeller in your head.
  • PM means “perpetual motion” or, in other words, an eternal engine.” Gleb gave a whistle.
  • Yurka said, “Jeremy, you’re just a bit fixated on this idea.
  • Everyone knows that the eternal engine is a load of horse feathers.” “What is a horse?
  • A robot?” Jeremy asked.
  • We just about died laughing.
  • An annoyed grunt sounded from Jeremy’s speaker box, “You, humans, pretend that you know everything.
  • But if you don’t know something, then you immediately say - that can’t be true, because this was not taught at school.
  • No wonder they never showed the Shishkin’s Wheel to anyone.” We began to ask Jeremy: what kind of wheel is that?
  • Jeremy was capricious for a while at first, but then told us that story.
  • To be continued...

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