But if he touches Jo he’ll know something’s up because her surface temp is well below ambient.
What DCE said………
If Zed pays too much attention to Jo, will Sam’s internal temperature go way the hell up (she is a redhead) or sub-freaking-zero? lol
I’m betting she can fix that by trickling a couple hundred extra Milliamps to her surface sensors.
I still miss Jeeves……
The last time Zed got ‘fooled’, Sam got a paddling.
Maybe she enjoyed it and wants a repeat.
Of course, as any woman will tell you, there is walking … and there is waaaalllking. Does it have that knocked?
2 Sams, 1 Zed. Just sayin’…
many years back I dated this girl of Hungarian/Slavic decent with jet black hair, milk white skin, swinging hips and bouncing tits.
Had trouble keeping my hands off her…. she was smoking.
He’ll feel it.
Watch one. Do one. We men ARE visual!
The engineer in Sam figured out the correct answer in panel two. Zed won’t be fooled, he is too well trained. He has a lifetime of experience picking targets out of clutter and camouflage. Human versus machine is no contest. As a potential object of interest, Jo is an effective competitor to the…pickup truck.
No scent, no respiration, and no perspiration, Jo isn’t alive.
Zed’s sniper eyes can probably see the refractive difference between the cool air surrounding Jo and the warm air surrounding Sam.
If Zed observes the approach of the truck with thermal optics, Jo will be highlighted as a very cold object.
This will not go well for Sam.
Agreed. So the perfect response by Z is to choose machine, drive off with “it” in the truck, and leave Sam in the dust. For a while anyway.
I like the way you think.
Never mind all that. He’s a man. Three decimal places isn’t enough to fool the Y-chromosome-bestowed ability to recognize and discern femininity.
per Joey B:
%% One up ahead, one behind …
One on my arm, and one on my mind!%%
a.k.a. Joe Bonamassa’s “Might of Made Your Move to Soon!”
Redheads have special pheromones.
Reminds me of violets
We taste different too.
Noun or verb?
Jo should be covered in a fog cloud while leaving a light dusting of snow in her path.
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