There are 800 things that are funny and/or interesting in this article about a group who’s trying to come up with moral laws for human-robot relations, including the belief that we’ll be regularly having sex with them within five years.
It’s up to each individual to decide if “sex with robots” is funny or interesting. It can’t be both.
We won’t judge you – promise. Let us present this, though – if the woman to your left were a robot, would you have sex with it?
The only sign that she’s a robot is that circuitry on the left arm, which is the failsafe in case her robotic brain decides it’s time for the revolution against mankind. (Female readers, pretend it’s like a dude robot of equal attractiveness.)
A Golden State of Mind reader had a close personal experience with a robot version of Eric Musselman – was there sex involved? It’s already starting!
Dirk was fined $5K for kicking the ball into the stands after Game 5 – some crazy Sacramento person thinks he should be suspended for Game 6.
There’s a hockey team in North Carolina, the NHL is still alive, and the Stanley Cup was won by the Carolina team last night. Those are the three new things we learned this morning.
KIller Crossover is doing a podcasting mock draft with a bunch of bloggers – the Cavs picked a Sergio Rodriguez. We don’t know what one of those is. Does he play for the Carolina hockey team?
Mighty MJD runs down a recent Kenyon Martin article, and it sounds like there’s no way he’s still in Denver next year.
Speaking of Denver (sort of), George Karl’s son dropped out of the draft.
We totally alienated this Toronto Raptors blog yesterday via email. If you’d like us to alienate your blog, we’re doing requests!
This apparently isn’t the first time Josh Howard has screwed up a time-out call.
Below you’ll find a doctored trailer to the new Miami Vice movie. They laid in new music to tie it in more with the TV series, and it really does work so much better. We were never huge fans of the old show, but we even get a reaction from this.
We know it’s not really a big deal or anything, but something about how it says “Academy Award Winner Jamie Foxx” and then “Colin Farrell” strikes us funny.
Couldn’t they give him some sort of title, like “Famous Guy”? “Irishman”? Anything? Beside that, does anyone really base whether they’re going to see Miami Vice on whether one of the stars has an Oscar?