Human too

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PHOTO PROMPT © Liz Young

I find it amazing how lifelike you’ve made the Replicants.  Most of the time they seem totally human, though there are complaints that the customers think they are ‘creepy’ when they go blank.  But that’s not the issue here.  I believe you’ve made them too real.

Is it the backtalk that concerns you? 

That does bother me, but it’s deeper.  In the past few weeks I have caught Replicants smoking, drinking, flirting and bickering.

Oh no.

Last night a group got together for a party and it was disastrous.

So we can’t replace all human workers yet?

I’m afraid not.

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Word count = 100

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38 thoughts on “Human too

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      It’s already happened to too many humans and I think it’s a matter of time before they replace the rest of us, but it is a relief that it’s been pushed back a bit.

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        1. trentpmcd Post author

          I just Google it. It looks interesting. I haven’t watched a TV series in I don’t know how long. I know, I’m missing all of the cultural references, it’s just that I need my reading and writing time…

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      Too much like too many humans. Of course, if human’s best attributes were replicated instead of some of the seedier ones, then a whole new batch of issues would crop up.

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