November 21, 2014

Oh, The Humanity! Oh, The Japanity!

Creepy is as creepy does.
New wave of super realistic robots set to go on sale as Japan continues to auger its way into oblivion.
The hyper-real robots that will replace receptionists, pop stars... and even sex dolls: Unnervingly human androids coming to a future very near you
  • Incredibly life-like robots are currently causing a storm in Japan where they are being prepared for mass commercialisation
  • With new androids creators have beaten 'Uncanny Valley syndrome' where humans are revulsed by robots that look real - but not real enough
  • Now being put to use as receptionists and newsreaders
  • Predicted that within a decade fully independent 'gemanoids' will be in circulation once advances in artificial intelligence are made 
  • Scientists even talking about humans taking androids as partners 
This is just what the abysmally low Japanese birth rate needs; another reason to avoid woman completely.

Herrro, my name is Crawdia. I ruv you rong time.

For West Virginia customers, farting models are extra.

Sandra Fluke and the rest of the hyper feministas better watch out, with these new robots they'll lose their justification for the gubmint to provide birth control at the taxpayers' expense.

Story here.

Update: I was trying to remember where I heard the title phrase "Oh the Japanity" and finally remembered. It was years ago on MST3K, - I think it was the "Prince of Space" episode.


LL said...

Can the new androids cook?

Doom said...

Oh, the ranks of feminists will swell as they are replaced wholesale. Feminists, regardless of all else that is said, are women who have no other option. Take men, and very possibly work away and feminist ranks will swell. But there will simply be no interest in them, in offering them a living or a place in society. And women are herd animals, so they will just be herded elsewhere just as they were herded to feminism. The few lucky real women who find real men who want them won't make waves. The church used to take in women men wouldn't have. It may come to that again, if even the church will have them. Some of them are beyond... anything. Though hunger has a... cleansing affect.

The revolt was over before this, no longer needed by progressives. This just bashes it over the head, cuts it's throat, and lights it on fire. Women don't want robots. Most men don't care, but will take the easy way. I wouldn't because I want children and believe it would simply be a willful form of masturbation... which is a sin. Most men are secular.

Abortion is willful genocide. This is genocide without blood. They are sure making it easy. I wonder if they will ever make it so that people can just push a button and be vaporized, for entertainment and fun. Too many people, they say. And they mean to cure it, starting with the weak and morally corrupt. All good by me, if they legalize polygamy.

And before you bash polygamy, I challenge you to find where it is denied in the early church or Judaism. Show me where it is called a sin. Most likely, you have been misled. No, when Christ said one man, one woman, that was for a marriage, but in a time when men had, usually, two wives or more. No outrage ensued, so he was not discussing ending polygamy. Actually, it was a duty of faith to take your oldest brother's widow in at that time.

WoFat said...

I wonder if they can swim?

LL said...

I don't bash polygamy in practice, but how does one cope with the incessant bickering between wives that must ensue?

Euripides said...

This is creepy, but seems to be the inevitable end of the vision of science fiction, and interactive gaming.

They're useless to me until they can wash dishes and do the laundry. Is that sexist when dealing with robots?

LL said...

If they are full blown Stepford Wives and the robot manufacturer is willing to take the current wife in on trade, I think it's winner-winner chicken dinner! Doom is right in that it would be nice to have a couple of spares in case the primary blows a fuse or something.

Doom said...


The man who first owned my home had three wives... and three homes. And an underground tunnel between them. They say it was because the feds were on a rampage. And, while that held some truth, I have to think that, in winter especially, if one home was a little too warm... another might be just right. :)

The other thing? Women will bicker. It only truly irritates men. So... be gone! Be there for meals and... well... sleep, shall we say. If bickering is too much for you, just find a little hideaway, or mens' parlor... or build one. Include no phone, don't take your cell, and only have one vehicle which you use to arrive. It's a dirty job, but at one time, men did it quite well.

LL said...

Again, I have no problem whatsoever with polygamy. The tunnel seems to be a bit of additional drama. In Utah the feds rampage from time to time so if that's where you live, it makes sense. As far as bickering and jealousy goes, you KNOW that would be endless and annoying. There is also the drama when you bring home a svelte 23 year old former Playboy model to add to the family and she drives a red Vette while the old wife has the '64 International Travelall to hall kids around.

The man cave is important whether you have 1 wife or 10. If you have no wives, your home IS your man cave.

The robot wife thing may make sense when technology catches up with SciFi - when the biological unit is OTR or otherwise indisposed with a head ache, but that won't happen in my lifetime.