Nerd Is The New Sexy Ep 48

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Nerd is the new sexy is our outlook on everything nerd. A lot of ranting by nerds. In the future we will be reviewing all sorts of toys, video games, movies, comic books and so forth.

Season 3! Episode 48. As the Blade Runner spoof at the opening of the podcast should tell you: The podcast tonight is about Robot rights!!!? Listen to Wyldfyre1 and Sunrie ask when does a robot act more human then robot and vice versa? We also talk about the lovely world event that happened on friday 2-9-17.

This weeks Best of Craig's list: Heart shaped Potato

Podcast edited by: Sunrie

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Musical credits: Reasoner -2,327 miles (starts at 47:16) http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/241932


Ah, but it is terminator more like Spock? The needs of the many out way the needs of the one. He understands that the chip in his head must be destroyed so that Skynet doesn't come into being.

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wyldfyre1 responds:

"I Cannot self terminate!"

I think AI have rights when they start to experience feelings, not only towards themselves, but towards human beings and other AI. When they actually care for others is when they should have rights, but that is just me xD

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wyldfyre1 responds:

like Data right? haha

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Feb 12, 2017
2:59 AM EST
File Info
43.7 MB
47 min 43 sec
5.00 / 5.00

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