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(ABC)   That teddy bear sitting in the corner of the child's room might look normal, until his head starts following the kid around   (abcnews.go.com) divider line 63
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2005-03-04 07:35:21 PM


Sorry, Akira was the first thing that came to mind
 
2005-03-04 10:17:10 PM
Didn't Asimov write a short story about this in "I Robot"? As I remember, it didn't end well.
 
2005-03-04 10:19:40 PM
..just like the clown in Poltergeist...

\shudders
 
2005-03-04 10:21:13 PM
Yet another way for parents to deceive their children, and a big faceless corporation somewhere making a buck off of it. Lovely!
 
2005-03-04 10:21:25 PM
That just helped convince me to watch "A.I." tonight.
 
2005-03-04 10:22:15 PM
Can't sleep, clown'll eat me.

 
2005-03-04 10:22:24 PM
Your child wants nightmares.
 
2005-03-04 10:23:08 PM
Bill gates is a dick.
 
2005-03-04 10:23:18 PM
 
2005-03-04 10:23:47 PM
Teddy Ruxpin is suddenly antiquated and jealous.
 
2005-03-04 10:24:13 PM
Reactions of the kids so far...

 
2005-03-04 10:24:31 PM
No childhood nightmare could possibly be worse than that scene from Akira... shudder...

Props to AlgaeRancher, though.
 
2005-03-04 10:25:28 PM
Hack the bears!!!
Hack the bears!!!

Police: "Why did you kill your parents?"
Little Suzy: "Because my teddy bear told me to."
 
2005-03-04 10:26:13 PM
 
2005-03-04 10:26:25 PM
That's kinda like Jacko right?
 
2005-03-04 10:27:37 PM
Got nothin'
 
2005-03-04 10:28:08 PM
derangedlunatech submitted this with a funnier headline.
 
2005-03-04 10:30:38 PM
freaky looking bear
 
2005-03-04 10:30:59 PM
Wait, it's by Microsoft?

/runs
 
2005-03-04 10:31:24 PM
oooh. I just had chills down my spine. ::shudders::
 
2005-03-04 10:31:38 PM
Already been done:

 
2005-03-04 10:33:22 PM


First thing I though of...
 
2005-03-04 10:33:33 PM
i guess their sanity meter is running a little low.


/ a little obscure but someone must know this.
 
2005-03-04 10:34:31 PM

I'm gonna have nightmares imagining it watching and talking to me.
 
2005-03-04 10:34:59 PM
If Microsoft designed them, they'll stop working due to a security bug a couple of days after their release. The children are safe.... until the fifth patch. Then it's some Akira goodness.

But I'm not sleeping tonight regardless.
 
2005-03-04 10:36:15 PM
frodnonnag:
i guess their sanity meter is running a little low.

/ a little obscure but someone must know this.


Eternal Darkness. Can I get a prize?
 
2005-03-04 10:36:43 PM
frodnonnag: i guess their sanity meter is running a little low.


Eternal Darkness... man that's a cool game.
 
2005-03-04 10:38:36 PM
Outlaw_Rudy:

frodnonnag:
i guess their sanity meter is running a little low.

/ a little obscure but someone must know this.

Eternal Darkness. Can I get a prize?


you can have a cookie.
 
2005-03-04 10:43:57 PM
Why does it have a Canoe on its head?
 
2005-03-04 10:47:52 PM
Good job Microsuck, but 3 years to late.

http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,51110,00.html
 
2005-03-04 10:47:59 PM
Call of Cthulhu RPG.
 
2005-03-04 10:54:25 PM
Good job Microsuck, but only 3 years to late:

http://www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,51110,00.html
 
2005-03-04 10:56:39 PM
http://www.moviemistakes.com/film26/trivia

In Philip K. Dick's short story "Type II" which became the movie "Screamers," the Type III robot was a small boy named David, carrying a Teddy.

It makes for a far more interesting set of movies to watch to view "A.I." and then "SCREAMERS" (as a potential sequel made years before the other).

http://www.kinoweb.de/filme/Screamers/pix/scream09.jpg
(Using Imageshack to prevent a FARKing of that website)
 
2005-03-04 10:58:07 PM
I am not a toy.
 
2005-03-04 10:58:47 PM
Is it a teddy bear from the future sent back to kill Sarah Conner?
 
2005-03-04 10:59:32 PM
Gaylord Focker unavailable for comment!??!
 
2005-03-04 11:02:04 PM


The designer is quoted as saying "I MAKE friends. They're toys. My friends are toys. I make them."
 
2005-03-04 11:04:52 PM


Just in time for Christmas...
 
2005-03-04 11:22:50 PM
... to welcome our teddy bear overlords...
 
2005-03-04 11:26:55 PM
Black eyes... dead eyes... like a doll's eyes.
 
2005-03-04 11:47:02 PM
That's an awesome image, Obscure.
 
2005-03-04 11:48:42 PM
MorePeasPlease
Black eyes... dead eyes... like a doll's eyes.

Oh, shut up and get in the shark's mouth, Quint.
 
2005-03-04 11:58:07 PM
Parents will stop watching their kids through the teddy once they realize kids jerk off.
 
2005-03-05 12:07:31 AM
I have small children so I sort of understand the concept of this. But I was also a teenager once and you know there will be parents out there setting these harmless teddys' in their kids rooms just to see what they are up to. now for some reason that feels like a serious violation to me. Am I wrong? Maybe when my kids are teenagers I'll get it.
 
2005-03-05 12:08:59 AM
Wait until Cult of the Dead Cow releases the backdoor orafice for this... I cannot wait to remotely destroy a young childs life!
 
2005-03-05 12:31:01 AM
Every once in a while you read a news item about somebody whose neurons aren't all firing... and they think their kid's teddy bear (or their own teddy bear), etc., is filled with electronics that spy on them. AND THEN THEY GO ON AN APEshiat RAMPAGE!! Ans now their delusions have COME TRUE! Aiee!
 
2005-03-05 12:37:06 AM
asUwish

Maybe when my kids are teenagers I'll get it.

Unless you want to watch your kids jerk off I wouldn't recommend it. Seriously, parenting the old fashioned way has it's advantages. You barge in and they are in bed. They jump and stuff a magazine under the covers and act weird. You know what you just caught them doing Wout having to see it.

Some things are best left to the imagination.
 
2005-03-05 12:37:24 AM
thanks to the images on here...i will not sleep for a week.

On another note..this teddy bear thing is a bit too freaky for me.
 
2005-03-05 12:40:09 AM
Obscure

That's awsome, what is it?
 
2005-03-05 12:48:27 AM
Microsoft and Sony should get these things together and use the Aibo walker to make a live action roaming teddy bear nanny cam. Imagine the nightmare your kids will be having when the freaking teddy leaves the chair and marche into the hall to see if the babysitter is raiding the fridge and drinking all the beer.
 
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