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Old 08-08-2017, 11:48 AM   #16
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MISST3, I was by no means intending to attack you. You brought up a subject I felt strongly about and I felt I should speak my mind, but none of it was directed toward you personally.

You're right, we're living in a period of extreme innovation and technology is evolving faster than many can keep up with. Some advances, especially those related to the medical industry, have absolutely made a positive impact and saved/improved countless lives. As for self-driving cars and the like, I haven't reached a personal conclusion. I've always been averse to change, especially if it means sacrificing human control for that of a computer.

But I don't know really. Maybe people said similar things in the 1910s when the first "horseless carriages" came out. If I'm wrong, and these things don't culminate in the breakdown of society, I'll be glad to admit it. Until then I'll keep a cautious eye. We're all in this journey together.
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As a side note, I'm oddly amused that the topic of this thread has progressed from discussing a remake of the Andy Griffith Show to discussing the end of the human race.
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Old 08-08-2017, 02:03 PM   #18
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As a side note, I'm oddly amused that the topic of this thread has progressed from discussing a remake of the Andy Griffith Show to discussing the end of the human race.

I was just thinking the same thing! It probably touched a chord with
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Old 08-08-2017, 06:23 PM   #19
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MISST3, I was by no means intending to attack you. You brought up a subject I felt strongly about and I felt I should speak my mind, but none of it was directed toward you personally.

You're right, we're living in a period of extreme innovation and technology is evolving faster than many can keep up with. Some advances, especially those related to the medical industry, have absolutely made a positive impact and saved/improved countless lives. As for self-driving cars and the like, I haven't reached a personal conclusion. I've always been averse to change, especially if it means sacrificing human control for that of a computer.

But I don't know really. Maybe people said similar things in the 1910s when the first "horseless carriages" came out. If I'm wrong, and these things don't culminate in the breakdown of society, I'll be glad to admit it. Until then I'll keep a cautious eye. We're all in this journey together.


I certainly wasn't attacking anyone, either. I answered a question, presented a counter argument and asked a different question. It's a subject I feel passionately about. Nothing personal was intended.

Joe, I didn't mean to further divert from your topic post.

Back to Andy and the gang, hopefully.
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As long as there's no CGI Warren I'll be happy.
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Please no to a remake of TAGS. It would be destroyed with low brow "humor".
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The CGI situation was just brought up in the newest Star Wars: Rogue One. Peter Cushing's character from the 1977 Star Wars was brought back for multiple scenes in CGI. If it was animation I suppose it would be different, but the ethicality of using CGI to bring back dead performers is still being debated.

In my opinion, living or dead, nothing could ever recapture the initial magic that The Andy Griffith Show had!
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