Subjects may appear to be role-playing their meat-world twins spontaneously, but to control the experiment we can offer the artifactual stimuli only one at a time, two at a time, and three at a time, updated of course to the latest versions courtesy of the old Microsoft, the spun-off Baby Bills, etc. because they are our partners in everything we do. Remember that the program "Figurski, the No-Hands Cup Flipper, and Fatima Michelle Vieuchanger on the Holodeck with Rosellini's 1737 Mechanical Pig" is constantly in development. Although we feel the current scenario is stable, there are inherent risks in experimenting with unsupported beta programs on the Holodeck. We suggest that you refrain from participating if 100% reliability is required or for mission-critical purposes.
Gene: Just feel their heft. They fit so perfectly in the hand, both the 7-ounce and 12-ounce cans. Ingenious palm-size rectangles with rounded corners. Stand back, nothing to be afraid of here folks.
Michel: Time is growing short, gentlemen. I insist that you stop the juggling and we pop the tops at once and redistribute the hidden parts before it is too late. Um, who gets the single bed?
Ted: Shouldn't you be speaking French "Michel," that would be more realistic. Keep your pants on will you. The serial numbers are still on the bottom and I've got the map in my head.