Timelordwho: It's a trick question, plants can't talk.
Kavek: they can
they whisper to me...
they tell me to burn things, burn people
Timelordwho: Then you've been on one too many of elinda's mushroom adventures.
Kavek: Elinda isn't a real person
Timelordwho: My point.
Pensive: man she is totally a person
Kavek: she's a personality composite of the world's worst rapist and a suburban grandma
Pensive: enough of your reductive tenden... okay that's hilarious
Kavek: being simmed by an Ai company
looks like she passed the turing test eh
Pensive: don't even joke man
Timelordwho: I think they sell those in J A P A N
Pensive: bad rapist grandmas?
Timelordwho: Rapist grandma Ai
Pensive: i'll take four
they will be hilarious characters in a future apocalyptic archaeology vault dig thing
Kavek: sounds rad
Pensive: i'll have this artificial intelligence network of four competing rapist gramma personalities eh? is that where we're going?
and that was the experiment for a vault, okay sounds about right for them
Kavek: it seems to be where you're going, at least!
man I'd love to design a vault
Pensive: oh no, i cannot take such credit, for it is you, obviously, who has spearheaded the rapist gradmas
It's a story by ray bradbury about a rapist grandma Ai
Pensive: no synnopsis T.T
Timelordwho: I am actually stunned that google gave me useful results for that string
Pensive: The father of a trio of motherless children takes the children to a factory, Facsimile Ltd., to pick out a new robotic grandmother. When she arrives, young Tom and Karen are quickly smitten by the magical "grandmother." But older daughter Anne is initially reluctant; "Grandma" reminds her too much of her own mother, who died and left her a bitter young girl. Anne tries to run away, and accidentally runs in front of an oncoming van. Grandma throws herself in front of the van and is struck, saving the girl. Anne grows to love her when she realizes that Grandma is indestructible and will not leave them like their own mother had.
i share in your amazement
Timelordwho: It was a horror work based off of that previous film
Where instead of protecting the family, she abuses them.
And they can never kill her.
I think there is a moral to that story: Don't make anything that you can't kill.
Kavek: I can kill anything
Pensive: don't kill anything that you can't kill
Timelordwho: Even a bulletproof robot pimp?
Kavek: even things without physical form
e.g. the mood
Pensive: even if he were 400ft tall?
Timelordwho: But what about the eye lasers?
Timelordwho: Since this is an Ai they can travel through a series of tubes and strike you down from above
Kavek: you're thinking of drop bears
Timelordwho: We used to have a lot more posters in the asylum. Then smasharoo shot his laser vision into a CAT5e cable. Now there are not that many. Do the math.
Kavek: if smasharoo had laser vision he wouldn;t spend his weedends freelancing in back alleys
Timelordwho: He doesn't do that for money, but rather to atone for the killings in his past. It's a tragic story.
Kavek: I can imagine
Timelordwho: It's the same reason he goes to benefit dinners
Besides the apertifs, I mean
Pensive: god smasharoo is like an even more snarky tony stark
Timelordwho: Oh, Allegory,
I learned something quite useful from that show
Kavek: I was just struck by how gay a name
like just now
it hit me like a freight train
Pensive: its only been like, three years
Kavek: what can I say
Timelordwho: But allegory changed his name back, so he no longer swings that way, barring the unfortunate business with roger's mom.
Kavek: and the relationship he and I have, obviously
Timelordwho: And our wierd chicken posting relationship.
And the one time he was drunk.
Timelordwho: So really, nothing.