* Posts by JumpinJehosophat

3 posts • joined 4 Aug 2015

Uptight robots that suddenly beg to stay alive are less likely to be switched off by humans



So you give us a questionnaire, but it was missing an important qualifier - "Why?"

Why were we told we could turn off the robot. That would, of course influence our decision.

In the questionnaire, I answered "off" to all four, as I was simply asked "what would you do". I would turn it off to save the battery as, when the children come home, I am sure they will need it as fully charged as possible, freeing me up to do my own thing ... Yaay! Robo Nanny!

UK.gov wants to stop teenagers looking at tits online. No, really


Really? Ah, I get it, much better to have burglaries, purse-snatching, peeping tom teens, teenage rape and pregnancy than let them fap off at the net ...

Meanwhile, Daddy is trying to explain to Mummy why the policeman said his card came up flagged for terrorism in Afghanistan after BigTiTGilfs stole all their money via Thailand ...

UK PM Cameron says Internet must not 'be an ungoverned space'


What a t*at

See ... self regulating!

Bloody Muppets

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