Monday, July 28, 2008

Blade Runner Barbie


Batteries Not Included

You're going to think I'm making this one up. I'm not, you know.

The Houston Chonicle says in an article: "If you're younger than 35, you'll probably live long enough to put David Levy's prediction to the test. Levy says that by 2050 we'll be creating robots so lifelike, so imbued with human-seeming intelligence and emotions, as to be nearly indistinguishable from real people. And we'll have sex with these robots. Some of us will even marry them. And it will all be good." (David Levy, eh? A Jew. Why am I not surprised at this?)

"Levy lays out his vision of a Brave New Carnal World in Love and Sex With Robots: The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships, which, despite its extended riffs on sex toys through the ages, is a snigger-free book. Levy's no Al Goldstein. Rather he's a 62-year-old British chess master turned artificial-intelligence expert persuaded that robot sex can brighten the lives of many, many unhappy people. 'Great sex on tap for everyone, 24/7,' he writes on the final page of the book. 'What's not to like?'"

Well, for starters, the use of robots as sexual objects will remove a good deal of what little incentive still remains for white men and women to get together and procreate. Why bother with a nasty, squally baby when you can get all the action you need from a machine that never complains, never argues, never gets on your case, and does exactly what you tell it to do? Just as many people have already essentially replaced any kind of real-world personal life with these personal computers.

"'I think it's a reasonable assumption,'' Levy said in a telephone interview from his home in London." (To a Jew, maybe.) "He lays out his case in a voice that's calm, rational, almost flat, more geeky than goatish.'If one looks at the advances in technology in the last, say, 40 or 50 years, they've been immense, and the more we learn about the science and the technology, the quicker it will be to discover even more within that science. I take a pragmatic point of view,' he said, 'partly because in my original field, computer chess, that was how the problem was solved.' Not by making machines that thought like chess masters but by making machines that beat chess masters."

(So the next step is machines that beat off the chess masters? Sorry, couldn't resist.)

"Similarly, Levy thinks, robots need only simulate human intelligence and emotions to the point that they are absolutely convincing." (We need robots for this? We've got a lot of women like that these days.)

"'If you can't tell whether the thing is man or machine, what difference does it make? You'll treat it as if it were alive. The rest is philosophical hairsplitting.'"

Why do I have the horrible suspicion that this kike may be right? That White men and women may become so lazy, so divorced from all humanity and human feeling, so spiritually dead inside that their "significant others" may one day be machines? In the last generation, anyway. Once this technology becomes available, there probably won't be many more generations, of whites anyway. Needless to say, blacks and muds will continue to breed like rabbits while white reproduction virtually ceases, as we all cuddle up with our Malibu Barbie love dolls.

I can see this coming a mile off. If you're willing to lay out what will no doubt be a very significant amount of shekels (i.e. these animated masturbation aids will be as expensive as cars and available only as a reward for social conformity) you will probably be able to pick your favorite movie star of either sex as a model and get a life-size replica of your own private fantasy woman or man with lifelike synthetic flesh over the stainless steel moving parts. Or if not a movie star, maybe that chick behind the counter down at Blockbuster who wouldn't go out with you and laughed at your pimples.

That's a creepy thought. I wonder if one will have to get the original's permission to have a sex robot made in the image of a living person? Will that person then be entitled to royalties of some kind? Some future Lindsay Lohan or Tara Reid making $10 million dollars off her latest movie and $50 million dollars off the Sexbot character from that movie?

I'm tempted to say this Jew has watched the movie Blade Runner too many times, but God knows what kind of high-tech horror show the future is going to be if we do not bring an end to Jewish supremacy by any means necessary.

4 Comments:

Blogger davsf said...

This idea fails the test of human spontaneity.

It is one thing to have a machine play your favorite songs, by some complicated algorithm, but, nothing compares to having a real DJ select songs based on an genuine interest and knowledge of his audience's tastes.

Likewise, one might get some relief from a machine-based massage, but even one based on artificial intelligence cannot compare to a live masseur that has learned your responses.

Finally, that spark you get when someone you like surprises you with a move that indicates they were thinking about you and did something *hoping* that you would be pleased - no machine nor artificial intelligence will EVER come close to that.
The gleam in your loved ones eyes in anticipation of your response - no machine can simulate that marvelous human interaction.

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Been some time since I last saw Bladerunner, but I believe the "Replicants" were organic, but created with far superior abilities by DNA manipulation,

Mike Petersen

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, considering the way white women have become the enemies of white men, I'll sign up right now for my Stepford wife.

It can't be any more expensive than I'm paying now for all the horrors of marriage and none of the joys.

Take my word for it, boys, once she hits menopause and the children are grown, the masquerade is over and she lets you know exactly how she REALLY feels (including some tidbits about how she's felt all along, but kept quite "for the good of the children". HA!

It's a sobering time in a man's life, and a little comfort will go a long way, even if it is a robot.

8:55 PM  
Anonymous Keith Frost said...

You said it best, Harold: "God knows what kind of high-tech horror show the future is going to be if we do not bring an end to Jewish supremacy by any means necessary."

2:21 PM  

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