"He remarked that it only goes strait."

Removed. He was telling it(the way you tell an uncooperative vehicle) to "just go straight". The problem was that it would NOT go straight; it was wobbling every which way because of the huge chunk missing from it's frame.

Actually he said "Damn Recognizer. Thing just goes straight!"OMEGATRON 18:30, January 5, 2011 (UTC)

The Recognizers Will Upgrades to Evil Purple, Lilac, and Blue Enemies. We Shall Began For Your Destination Of Sark, Better Stay Out of Thy Way! Mysterious user 23:59, May 5, 2011 (UTC)

So, The Recognizers Was Referred to As "Demon", By Ram. Mysterious User 15:53, June 27, 2011 (UTC)

I was under the impression Ram was calling the Recognizers "Daemons" due to their similar nature to gateway daemons. 09:05, May 14, 2016 (UTC)

Nice! Ram's line isn't included in the Daley novelization so we don't have a canon spelling, but looking it up, its terminology comes from the Maxwell's Demon thought experiment and was coined around 1963; there would certainly have been daemons around when Ram was written, and the pronunciation is normally the same. I'd considered the line one of Ram's User colloquialisms (such as "put a cork in it") that he would have gotten from his insurance job (or his own User), but this is a nice linguistic parallel and deserves a mention in the Trivia section. 01:59, May 15, 2016 (UTC) (<- Whoops, this paragraph was me. Didn't realize I wasn't logged in. Infiniteviking (talk) 02:01, May 15, 2016 (UTC))