Saturday, September 07, 2013

Technosexuals, Robosexuals, & iDollators

The Atlantic Magazine has an interesting iInterview:
they don't possess any of the unpleasant qualities that organic, flesh and blood humans have. A synthetic will never lie to you, cheat on you, criticize you, or be otherwise disagreeable.
Robosexuals, iDollators, technosexuals...The world is spinning out of control. As always.
I'm not keen on taking emotional chances.
I kinda guessed that might be the case.
I thought it would be nice to get a silicone companion for Sidore, so she isn't lonely or bored whenever I'm away from home. As they're both bisexual, they get to enjoy each other on multiple levels. If anything, adding Elena to our partnership has only improved it, as we all appreciate what each other has to offer.
I...uh...yeah. Of course. Totally.
Having a synthetic in your life means that you can interact with them whenever you want to, and when you want to do something that requires solitude, you can have that as well, without being made to feel guilty about it.
Synthetic relationships: Just darn practical.
I've seen things I would never have seen were I not an iDollator.
I'll bet.
I've been...asked to speak in front of a room full of psychology students about the benefits of synthetic partners.
Not surprised. Not surprised at all.

They whole thing is here in The Atlantic.


Thursday, September 05, 2013

The DC Insanity About Guns

The people who enact and maintain DC gun laws strike me as mentally ill, anti-Constitution fascists.

We are beset with traitors and the mentally ill all around us, yet almost no one is willing to even say so.

Witness this law in Washington, DC, making it a crime to have either empty (fired) cartridge cases or expended (used) bullets on one or within one's reach in a car.
Washington police are operating under orders to arrest tourists and other non-residents traveling with spent bullet or shotgun casings, a crime that carries a $1,000 fine, a year in jail and a criminal record
Washington Times reporter Emily Miller says
Under the law, live or empty brass and plastic casings must be carried in a special container and unavailable to drivers. Having one, for example, in a cup holder or ash tray is illegal.

She told Secrets that the police are "under orders to arrest tourists or other legal gun owners from out of state who wouldn't think to empty brass and plastic from their cars or pockets.

This is insanity, pure and simple. Or treason. Take your pick.

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Obama and Holder vs the Rule of Law

They are against law and in favor of of the Divine Right of Monarchs. So long as they are the monarchs, of course.

Larry Bell doesn't put it in quite those terms, but his column in Forbes makes the point. They consider themselves above the law, and Congress is willing to let them get away with it.

And that, to me, sounds like treason all the way around.

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