"When you hear a friend's voice, you immediately picture her
Nope. I do not. I might visualize an abstract, inky blob, but I most certainly do not picture the person.
1. Korean War is the longest cease-fire in world history. It is still ongoing. Neither side won. Neither side lost.
2. The Iraq Wars, whether considered the same war or different wars, were handily won by the USA. I don't recall our leader being hung in the end. Theirs was.
3. Afghanistan was a loss? Now you're just trolling.
I'm 37 and robots still can't perform the simple things I wanted them to do when I was 4
A robotic arm that can attach to drywall and is light enough to not need drywall anchors or drill into a stud. It is mounted above and/or behind the door. With the push of a remote, it opens/closes the door. I shouldn't have to replace the whole damn door. The robotic arm should adapt to a traditional door.
Robot, find my keys. No, the keys do not have an RFID tag. I know you don't know where they are right now. Systematically search for them without trampling pets or trashing my shit.
Shave me. Don't poke new holes in my face. No, I didn't need to shave when I was 4. Was just thinking about the future.
Scan every girl in the club. Breakdown the odds each girl could get pregnant tonight. Weed out those menstruating. OK, yeah, I definitely did not think about that when I was in 4. The tricorder fantasies came later.
Can we just call them $^@&ing planets and moons and not resort to EXOPLANETS and EXOMOONS?! Seriously? If we find a gas giant with large spherical rocks revolving around them, yet be within its atmosphere, we can call those f--kers ENDOMOONS. You didn't call the humongous bright thing an EXOSUN or EXOSTAR, so let's have some consistency here.
What next? "A long, long EXOTIME ago on an EXOPLANET far, far away"