>> As to most of the rights you've applied.. I'm sorry.. They're a
> complete load of male bovine quadruped faeces...
> And what is a right anyway??? It's just a method of denying
> responsibility for something you've done...
> I think a structure of
> responsibilities would be a good place to start. If everything meets
> it's responsibility, you don't need rights (these having been met
> through somebody else's responsibility).
So...let everyone else do their responsibilities ...nice idea.
> Get real, get a life.
He (Arthur) (& me too) have had/are living/will be living a life. Get
> There is _no_ progress in this 'bill of rights'..
There _is_ progress. By stating that there hasn't been, you are
contradicting your own statement.
> And anyway, a cyborg is a cybernetic lifeform, based on a biological framework, and > augmented with mechanical.
I have been wondering about that also...I agree with you there.
> Robot != Cyborg.
Uh, I assume this is C for "Robot does NOT equal Cyborg"?
> Unless of course you've been spoon fed on old 50s sci fi movies.
Are they good movies? Maybe you could post a list of which ones to(not)
> Now, please... Back to life, and please get one Mentifex.
There's not too many things I hate worse than other people telling
someone else to 'get a life'. Sure shows intelligence there... a helping
hand too! (sarcasm implied)
> I've written data searches that provide better and more appropriate 'rights
> lists' than those you've given.
Actually, I would be interested in learning how these data searches (or
do you mean data mining) are done.
> *I'll believe it's a live when it steps out of the room, tells me*
> *it's alive, and invites me out for a beer *
Yep. Same here. 'Cept for the ole beer. Yuck.
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