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(The Register)   In today's 'Real life or Black Mirror episode', drones that hunt down humans by listening to their screams. "A perfectly reasonable use of technology which will definitely not come back to haunt humanity in any way, shape, or form"   (theregister.com) divider line
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2021-06-09 8:01:12 PM  
Our future has  issues

/if you happen to be rich, underground bunkers may be a good long term play.
 
2021-06-09 9:38:03 PM  
So they have no idea what Foxen sound like...
 
2021-06-09 9:41:07 PM  
The poop part is the most entertaining bit.
 
2021-06-09 9:44:28 PM  

Kris_Romm: The poop part is the most entertaining bit.


SNIFFDRONE.  Kinky.
 
2021-06-09 9:51:59 PM  

AlgaeRancher: Our future has  issues

/if you happen to be rich, underground bunkers may be a good long term play.


I've been told for well over a year that people can't live inside indefinitely!

In the end I suspect a lot of the rich will just kill themselves, having never been anything more useful than a tick sucking from a dog's asshole, and not having the stomach for an actual apocalypse and threat to their way of life.
 
2021-06-09 10:28:17 PM  

Stibium: In the end I suspect a lot of the rich will just kill themselves, having never been anything more useful than a tick sucking from a dog's asshole, and not having the stomach for an actual apocalypse and threat to their way of life.


Well, then they can finally be useful & serve as fertilizer. Or a sandbag or temporary building material (if it's at or below freezing point). Or - and this is pretty much the last resort - soup.
 
2021-06-09 11:58:11 PM  
At least we know the Space Force won't be using them!

/you know...
//because in space...
///never mind
 
2021-06-10 12:41:40 AM  

Chemlight Battery: At least we know the Space Force won't be using them!

/you know...
//because in space...
///never mind


I see what you did there, the age old adage, "Because in space, no one can use propellers"
 
2021-06-10 7:29:57 AM  

Stibium: In the end I suspect a lot of the rich will just kill themselves, having never been anything more useful than a tick sucking from a dog's asshole, and not having the stomach for an actual apocalypse and threat to their way of life.


Unlike the Real Working Men™ we've seen over the last year, bravely managing for weeks before whining that a piece of cloth smothers them and they need a haircut.
 
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