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Automated price-cream scoops
Wrote 🔥 code that allows the robot to serve three scoops of ice-cream every morning before breakfast
Fixed the Skynet bug
Refactored the code to remove the ability for robots to see humanity as the enemy. If the third law of Robotics is ever broken for any reason, the code requires the robots to serve us ice-cream if they get angry at us.

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/* Run command in project root */
curl -sSL | bash
/* Confirm our privacy claims */
less .git/hooks/send-to-shipscoop.rb

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