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Well, of course! “IT” is a drone!
Or maybe a swarm of small drones, one for each citizen… Just try to imagine what they would look like in the sky of a city the size of New York .
Man, you can just unplug right now — you’ve seen everything that’s coming.
Flicking through the youtube comments, I’m glad I’m not the only person who tried out that web address at the end…
Mark: Would you please give warnings about foul language? Some of us here are ladies who would prefer not to be exposed to it. Come to think of it, some of us here are Christians.
The commandment is “Thou shalt not take the Lord’s name in vain,” not “Thou shalt not utter words that your culture has arbitrarily designated as ‘foul language.'”
Excessive swearing serves no useful purpose, but then neither does getting all up in arms whenever anybody uses a “swear word.”
Alternatively, close any webpage as soon as you see “Cracked.com” because foul language is incoming. (this actually had way less than their average)
I’m not “all up in arms.” I would just appreciate a warning, please. I happen to be a lady, and I would prefer to read things without being offended. For heaven’s sake, is a mere warning is too much to ask for? My kids walk by and sometimes see what’s on my computer screen.
I would like to raise my daughters to be saints. I would prefer they not be exposed to foul language. Now, does anybody have a problem with kids not being exposed to profanity?
I suggest reading the science fiction story _The Quest for Saint Aquin_ to cure yourself of scrupulosity in this matter.
Don’t listen to these guys. There is way too much profanity out there, and I’m glad you are offended by it and don’t want to expose your kids to it. You are not scrupulous or a prude, as suggested by Ted and Nick. I can’t believe two men would make fun of a woman for not wanting to hear that stuff.
Sorry, I meant Jay, not Nick.
Mark, you keep using the phrase, “This killed me.” I do not think it means what you think it means.
You kill me.
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