In her prime, Bobo - an experimental 1967 "Goo-Gee-Matic" neonatal robot prototype - was able to change a baby's cloth diapers in under six seconds. Funded under President Johnson's Great Society "One Small Step for Toddlers" initiative, Bobo could bottle-feed up to three infants at once, while simultaneously monitoring temperature and pulse and humming Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik." Shuttering the program in '69, Nixon unsuccessfully attempted to retrofit Bobo as a covert mobile listening device.