Stabil, attraktiv & smarta.

25 responses to Stabil, attraktiv & smarta.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      oh my golly, hilarious. I’d love to send this to the men who ordered an actual live human being for pleasure. At least they would learn how to cook for themselves.

  1. Do you think that if robots existed in a conscious state like humans people would order them for pleasure, or treat them as humans? Haven’t thought about it a lot yet, yet know this question will be with me likely all day.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      What an interesting question to pose, personally I am unsure? What did you come up with Mike?

      • I came to the conclusion that if said robot type being looked nothing like humans yet had fully functioning minds akin to human (emotions, feelings etc.) we would treat them as soldiers and/or servants, simply because that’s what we would expect of them.
        If, however they were made of fleshy substance with skin and hatched from an egg to grow up first as cute kids then become fully-fledged adults we would treat them in small kid form as pets, then probably cull them when grown up.
        Then, there might be a type that needed not air to breath, food to eat, water to drink, fuel to waste etc. then they, after an almighty war with mankind would rule the planet…possibly save the planet.
        I did think a lot deeper into the subject than this yet to write all that down would be the stuff of abject boredom which I wouldn’t dream of inflicting upon you. Hurt my brain thinking it all through if the truth be told.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        And what a conclusion to behold Mike. I haven’t ever really thought much about robots and the likes, but did after reading and re-reading your many points of view. Even thought, as we are all everything, about my inner robot and hoped the culling part was not real. Also, I’ve eaten quite a few eggs of late, which could have been robots.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        If you ever hear a ‘crunch’ just beware hah!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        not really, when I lived on the farm, I cracked a couple of chickens straight into the pan. Wasn’t pleasent.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      The Attraktiv egg poacher from Ikea was 2-3 dollars AUS.

      Your question seems ambiguous though, and I am really no good at deciphering Micheal, care to elaborate?

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Had to get the dictionary out for that word, kind of understand but not really?

      • I just thought it was funny the attraktiv was missing a price tag. It was like there was some sort of message being subtly conveyed in an art type of way. And I wanted to know what that message was. But U wasn’t sure what the nature of the picture so I tried to ask in a tongue-in-cheek. I found your blog through WordPress discover so I’m not familiar with you blog nor what you intent was with the pic. I thought it would be a fun comment. Sorry this was so long by the way!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        I am really quite dumbfounded by people thinking there is hidden messages in art, well my art anyway. But I do enjoy listening to others view points, because I would never have even known that was a thing!

        Basically on Friday, I went to Ikea, my local hang out and for some reason spend quite a while in the cooking section. I started gathering funny named items and placing them together and this was what it was. I thought it was funny and the lighting in IKEA is wonderful to create these still life’s.

        It’s nice to meet you Michael, and your comments are much appreciated. I tried following you but your page brings up my Norton anti-virus warning thing.

      • Ah I understand. In glad your pic was intended to be funny because that’s what I thought it was. I review art in my blog which is why I was intrigued by the photo. It reminded me of a still life painting. I’ll make sure to come back to your blog!

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Yes, humor is indeed delightful Michael. Thanks, and look forward to your come backs 🙂

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