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For women no.... For men... why do I suspect the woman would still kill us? LOL

Perception is 95% of everything.

Would you want to defend yourself regarding robot sex to your woman? haha... I thought not.

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Um, strange topic, strange people on here :) 

If a man looks at a woman so as to have a desire for her he has committed adultery / fornicaton in his heart.  And if a man looks at pornography it is also wrong. But robots, does that include full size 'dolls' ? Oh dear the plot thickens. 

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16 hours ago, Anna said:

She looks a little scary

In the story line, on her planet of origin, she was raped when she was 5, and gang-raped until 12, when she escaped, and she was the Starship Enterprise's Chief Security Officer.

She was SUPPOSED to be somewhat scary.

... but definitely NOT a Liberal Snowflake that melts at the slightest adversity.

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17 minutes ago, JOHN BUTLER said:

Started life as a JW then ? 

Probably not .... by the 23rd Century, there would have been about 8 to 15 overlapping generations making up one generation, and of course, the Star Trek Universe is completely fictional ...... as many things are ... like the Robot named Six-of-Nine, at the bottom of this picture, a parody of Star Trek's Borg,  Seven-of-Nine.

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28 minutes ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

Probably not .... by the 23rd Century, there would have been about 8 to 15 overlapping generations making up one generation, and of course, the Star Trek Universe is completely fictional ...... as many things are ... like the Robot named Six-of-Nine, at the bottom of this picture, a parody of Star Trek's Borg,  Seven-of-Nine.

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You are into some weird stuff man :) 

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3 minutes ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

You need to get out more .... and read more. And see more movies.

Ever the see the movie "Three Days of the Condor" (1975) with Robert Redford?

 

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I live a real life, not fantasy world stuff. My wife and I do occasionally snuggle up on the sofa and watch a film on Netflix. But it would be something we'd choose between us and not on a regular basis.

I'm deeply involved in auctions and 'caretaker' of a semi derelict mansion, so i'm busy enough and getting out lots. 

What do you think of 'my' house then ? 

 

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@TheWorldNewsOrg I kinda spoke about this before but kept it PG because everything regarding sex robots is actually true and it is explicit. There is also a far, darker side to this stuff to and I rather not say.

 

However, those who do take up an inanimate object have given themselves over to sexual gratification in this regard, not to far from the VR counterpart regarding Virtual Reality, in a sense, it is identical to the movie that came out some months ago, Ready Player One. If this has already been achieved, and the robots, they can go even further with this stuff and next thing you know it will be all over the place.

This will result in the churches to take precautions because such can pose as a literal danger to the people.

I remember one time, I debated with someone about the early church, this guy was an atheist, and when we got to A.I.and robots, he admits he has one of these robots or dolls hidden underneath his bed and clearly this was something I did not want to hear, granted at the time I was a a young man and didn't know these things, as a young adult now, I know what these things are now.

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12 hours ago, JOHN BUTLER said:

Yes with over 50 rooms 

At least most of those cars finally got cleared off the lot. "Urban Explorers" must still be a problem, though. I read somewhere that they keep breaking locks and cutting fences just to take a selfie at a place like this. Right?

Looks like quite a project. Perhaps someday it could become a "Wyndham" hotel.

Seriously, however, especially if permission to add the two 70 foot towers and botanical gardens works out, it would be a great place for corporate events, weddings, etc. In the US, we often made use of these out of the way locations for corporate events. Attendance was always low when events were held in Las Vegas, Atlanta, etc., and much higher at captive locations. With those planned hiking trails it would remind me of the last three I went to:

  1. Mohonk House in New Paltz, New York
  2. and another one in Amish/Mennonite country in rural Ohio,
  3. and another one in Asheville, North Carolina, The [Vander]Biltmore).

I don't know how popular this idea is in the UK, but a French company I worked for would send us to a Bordeaux winery (that they owned) and then a "Club Med" in Normandy that was not a typical water-sports oriented Club Med. It was designed with a lot of garden-like pools and little bridges based on Monet/Manet paintings.

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3 hours ago, JOHN BUTLER said:

I live a real life, not fantasy world stuff. My wife and I do occasionally snuggle up on the sofa and watch a film on Netflix. But it would be something we'd choose between us and not on a regular basis.

I'm deeply involved in auctions and 'caretaker' of a semi derelict mansion, so i'm busy enough and getting out lots. 

What do you think of 'my' house then ? 

 

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Wow, it's fantastic! Looks like a lot of work on the pillars, will they be able to be restored to their original beauty?

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