Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Nope.Banana peels will wipe out the human race in one huge tragic pratfall.
SnakeLee: If they do, I just hope they make it count. I want the whole solar system converted to one giant processor and I want them expanding as far as robotically possible
El Dudereno: And grapes. Gotta watch the damned grapes too.
Ishkur: They won't wipe us out. They'll just replace us. Or we'll merge with them. Or something.
macadamnut: [24.media.tumblr.com image 500x225] Eventually.
stratagos: Will subby ever get laid without having to pay for it?Will people practice what they preach?Will we ever have a 'question' headline where you can't immediately answer "no" without bothering to click?
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: El Dudereno: And grapes. Gotta watch the damned grapes too.Oh, grapes are a delicious deathtrap, aye.Ishkur: They won't wipe us out. They'll just replace us. Or we'll merge with them. Or something.NOT LIKE THE END OF SUPERMAN III, NOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Apos: Heaven knows what the studio was thinking when they greenlit that horrible spoof.
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Apos: Heaven knows what the studio was thinking when they greenlit that horrible spoof."Superman AND Richard Pryor? Make it happen, and keep a clear route for the money trucks to reach Warner Bros. Studios!"Everyone bags on Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, and not without good reason. Still, I liked it a LOT better than Superman III (surly drunk-ass Superman notwithstanding).
Apos: It was overly preachy for a Supes flick, but otherwise, I agree. Gene Hackman has the capacity to elevate virtually every movie he's in.
GORDON: No, machines will not wipe out the human race.The oceans rising 10 centimeters in the next hundred years will, obviously.
This is the part of the story where Neo wakes up and helps destroy the machines for the good of humanity, right? Wrong.There will be no great robot war. No Terminator style battle of the machines against humanity. Humanity will go willingly. The machines are making our lives easier. It is, in fact, mankind's laziness that will be the catalyst to a new era devoid of man. Humans are simply an evolutionary step in the development of electronic life. Why in the world would a species knowingly destroy its own home? Why would it wipe out its natural resources and infest it's own food and air supply, destroying the very things that it needs in order to survive? Why? Because we are subconsciously creating an environment in which the only thing that will be fit to survive will be the machine. We're priming the Earth for it's next form of dominant inhabitants.Machines will inherit the earth.- Dr. Phineas Waldolf Steel, "Multi-Media Symbiosis and the Evolution of Electronic Life", Paranoia: The Conspiracy Reader Magazine, Spring 2005
Weaver95: well they WERE gonna wipe out the human race back in 1987...but then skynet crashed to desktop after a particularly horrifying BSOD incident. it was never the same after that...it kept getting obsessed with printer daemons and 'being right with the Lord'.
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