What happened next when there was no sign of the package....



Outrage, Planning and a Call to Action

The days passed, and there was no word, so the company of androids, worried, held a meeting where there was much jostling, shouting, pointing of little stubby arms, and waggling of little antennae. They decided something had to be done, that action would speak louder than words, and that nobody would treat their phone Google Overlord in this cavalier manner. 
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Hacking

Bernard tracked the parcel tapped into the courier company's database to see what was happening, and found to his dismay and annoyance, that the phone Google Overlord was stuck in San Leandro, CA. NOBODY at the company had bothered to tell the little fellers. Rupture wanted to hatch a wee but virulent virus that would shut down the company's entire shipping network just before Christmas, but fortunately Bernard and Cupcake convinced him that this would be counter-productive, that it would be better to be polite, get the phone Google Overlord here, THEN turn on them and send them a warning that the Android Army was not to be trifled with. So Bernard, nailing a smile on his face, sent the missing paperwork three times to the company because each time, the company 'forgot' to tell him that something was missing. Three times. Even Bernard, normally a very rational and gentle character (quite like me actually) became red in the face, and his blood pressure rose. When their phone Google Overlord was on the way again, they tracked the shipment every 15 minutes now and again, calculated the arrival time, and a full 24 hours before delivery, put their plan into action. 
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A single step

The first thing to do was to get out of the apartment and down into the lobby. No easy thing to do for while the little fellers have great hearts and willing souls, they do have stubby not very movable legs. They traversed the hallway and reached the first - the door knob - which was out of their reach. 
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Flight of the Androids

This was but a minor impediment as Noogler simply turned his put his beany on and helicoptered up to the door knob and turned it while the others pulled from below. Step one done.
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Redux

Once past the first door, they marched past my Vibram's cute little toes and to the second door. Noogler did his thing again, and they went snuck through quickly...
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45 Steps?!

...only to be confronted by steps - all 45 of them. Steps are easy for the likes of you and me, but not so much for these little guys. However, it didn't stop them from hopping, skipping, jumping down the steps singly or with help, until a few realised they could simply slide down the side of the steps. Much quicker. More fun too apparently. In fact so much fun that a few of them went back up again just to slide down once more.
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