Mr. Tweedy wrote:Drabble - Hide and Seek by Liz Meirjewski
F5iver wrote:Mr. Tweedy wrote:Drabble - Hide and Seek by Liz Meirjewski
Ahem -- Mierzejewski.
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Do I get any points for pronunciation?? hehe
strawman wrote:I can't agree. Following the same logic, people are obligated to supportively interact with any needy person who becomes obsessed with them.
Unless you're saying we should treat animals better than humans. Which I think you'd get more support for Tribbles than Wandering Spiders.
F5iver wrote:As long as you're willing to entertain the thought of self-replicating computer programs as being alive. They takes bites of bits and turn them into new programs. Yay!
Littlebear wrote:Its like Robots. If and when robots get to the point of artificial intelligence, failing a catastrophic terminator-esque robot uprising in which we have to enlist Christian Bale to rid of us the metallic menace, what will we do? Will non-living entities of intelligence be allowed human comforts and rights? Or will they be seen as a laboring class beneath us? Will there be a robotic civil rights movement? Will there ever be a robot president?
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