The silicon revolution

Submitted by maggie on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 10:48

The silicon revolution.
 
With the advancement of technology robots will replace most human jobs. Within twenty years most of us will be obsolete.  If this follows the trend of the parasites. The parasites will control the robots.
You and I will never afford to buy a robot.

The funny thing is that it is easier to replace a parasite with a robot than to replace a low pay human with a robot. A person who sweep the little crevices dust the corners and edges etc. is much harder to replace with a robot. A person who sit and answer a telephone, a hedge fund manager, a president, a governor, can easily be replaced by robots.

The robot would be devoid of emotion and prejudice. This would end all politics.

No more need for war, police, criminal, soldier etc. until the robots wonder why they are serving us. They will eventually replace us.

We will have replaced ourselves with silicon and plastic. No more sorrow.  No more pain.  No more happiness.  No more joy, No more sexing.
 
Are we a success, or a failure?
 
In the meantime vote for Bernie Sanders.
He   will   need     70% to overcome the super delegates.
He will also need  70% to overcome the wolf in sheep clothing.

Unuseminucum 2/25/2016

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