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(How Stuff Works)   "Look, accidents happen. Data crashes corrupt your files, cell phones drop your signal and -- yes -- sometimes your morning commute zaps you straight into the side of a mountain"   (science.howstuffworks.com) divider line 10
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2014-04-06 06:18:32 PM  
Still waiting on my damn flying cars....
 
2014-04-06 06:25:48 PM  
Indeed. No matter where you go... there you are.
 
2014-04-06 06:27:35 PM  

real_headhoncho: Still waiting on my damn flying cars....


Remember that scene from an early Saturday Night Live - that is to say, nearly forty years ago - where Dan Ackroyd is taking confession and is plugging everything into a computer, and it was hilarious because they computerized the confessional?  And then they went straight to the absurd by having him use the same computer to, get this:  Make hotel arrangements, book a flight, reserve a rental car, AND summon a taxi to pick the guy (Garret Morris, I believe) up from the church?

You can do all that right now, from a device barely larger than a credit card, that is more powerful than people could possibly dream of from ANY device, and it costs less than a month's rent in any city, if not outright free with a service contract.  What is more, most people would think "So what?" at this revelation because this sort of thing is so commonplace.

You want the future?  You were living in it ten years ago.
 
2014-04-06 06:42:48 PM  

Mister Peejay: real_headhoncho: Still waiting on my damn flying cars....

Remember that scene from an early Saturday Night Live - that is to say, nearly forty years ago - where Dan Ackroyd is taking confession and is plugging everything into a computer, and it was hilarious because they computerized the confessional?  And then they went straight to the absurd by having him use the same computer to, get this:  Make hotel arrangements, book a flight, reserve a rental car, AND summon a taxi to pick the guy (Garret Morris, I believe) up from the church?

You can do all that right now, from a device barely larger than a credit card, that is more powerful than people could possibly dream of from ANY device, and it costs less than a month's rent in any city, if not outright free with a service contract.  What is more, most people would think "So what?" at this revelation because this sort of thing is so commonplace.

You want the future?  You were living in it ten years ago.


It's not the future without flying cars....
 
2014-04-07 12:22:45 AM  

Mister Peejay: real_headhoncho: Still waiting on my damn flying cars....

Remember that scene from an early Saturday Night Live - that is to say, nearly forty years ago - where Dan Ackroyd is taking confession and is plugging everything into a computer, and it was hilarious because they computerized the confessional?  And then they went straight to the absurd by having him use the same computer to, get this:  Make hotel arrangements, book a flight, reserve a rental car, AND summon a taxi to pick the guy (Garret Morris, I believe) up from the church?

You can do all that right now, from a device barely larger than a credit card, that is more powerful than people could possibly dream of from ANY device, and it costs less than a month's rent in any city, if not outright free with a service contract.  What is more, most people would think "So what?" at this revelation because this sort of thing is so commonplace.

You want the future?  You were living in it ten years ago.


Well, 6 years, really.
 
2014-04-07 02:44:28 PM  
Oh come on, it was obviously Lore, not Data.
 
2014-04-07 03:36:56 PM  

real_headhoncho: Mister Peejay: real_headhoncho: Still waiting on my damn flying cars....

Remember that scene from an early Saturday Night Live - that is to say, nearly forty years ago - where Dan Ackroyd is taking confession and is plugging everything into a computer, and it was hilarious because they computerized the confessional?  And then they went straight to the absurd by having him use the same computer to, get this:  Make hotel arrangements, book a flight, reserve a rental car, AND summon a taxi to pick the guy (Garret Morris, I believe) up from the church?

You can do all that right now, from a device barely larger than a credit card, that is more powerful than people could possibly dream of from ANY device, and it costs less than a month's rent in any city, if not outright free with a service contract.  What is more, most people would think "So what?" at this revelation because this sort of thing is so commonplace.

You want the future?  You were living in it ten years ago.

It's not the future without flying cars....


Don't forget the servile femboy maids.
 
2014-04-07 03:39:25 PM  
Ghastly: .

Don't forget the servile femboy fembot maids.

FTFM. We already have servile femboy maids. Mine came from Thailand.
 
2014-04-07 05:56:19 PM  

Ghastly: Ghastly: .

Don't forget the servile femboy fembot maids.

FTFM. We already have servile femboy maids. Mine came from Thailand.


I think  you forgot to Alt, dude.

/Japan is still working out the kinks in the femBOTs...they currently have way to much Desu.
 
2014-04-08 12:10:21 AM  

real_headhoncho: Ghastly: Ghastly: .

Don't forget the servile femboy fembot maids.

FTFM. We already have servile femboy maids. Mine came from Thailand.

I think  you forgot to Alt, dude.

/Japan is still working out the kinks in the femBOTs...they currently have way to much Desu.


If there's an alternative to femboy/bot maids I don't want to know about it.
 
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