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I'm just surprised no one's made a connection to iRobot yet.
Feels like the school industry treats IT like much of what i've heard of the corporate world: Make it work; we don't care how.
I don't really think it's fair to put this form of totalitarianism, and the one we see in this story together as one. What scares me about this story is not thought crime, but privacy. And isn't this possible in the states, too? And to some degree, don't we already do shit like this in the states, too?
But, really, what is god? What if god is a metaphor for random chance (environment), karma (good will), and determination (strength)? Since the bible does not describe god, does interpreting it as a metaphor contradict anything?
Basically, what i'm trying to say is that it very well may contradict the bible if your perspective is that life is made of anything more than organized molecules. But, if you're open my interpretation, nothing contradicts the bible except oneself.
So, because it'd be cool, because it would test our understanding, because it would be educational, i wanna see a game produced!
Lego? I really do believe it.
Let's see... OK. There will never be a Sexy LEGO Beach 3. Or will there?