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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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I programmed mine to go door to door and attend all meetings so I could stay home and snuggle with my wife.

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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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8 hours ago, TrueTomHarley said:

I programmed mine to go door to door and attend all meetings so I could stay home and snuggle with my wife.

I programmed mine to fool TrueTomHarley into thinking it was his wife.

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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.

Started life as a JW then ? 

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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?

 

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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