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    dots Submission Name: When Computers Ruled the Worlddots

    Author: Lessa Solarem
    ASL Info:    19/F/IL
    Elite Ratio:    3.35 - 46/44/15
    Words: 541
    Class/Type: Spoof/Comedy
    Total Views: 566
    Average Vote:    4.0000
    Bytes: 3217

       Yet another sequel from the World Ruling set. Have fun.

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    dotsWhen Computers Ruled the Worlddots

    You knew it had to happen. You knew it was going to happen. How else could it have been?

    In the not so very distant future, in a galaxy that is the opposite of far, far away (it happens to be this one) the inhabitants, known as humans, were extremely lazy. They didn’t want to do anything, so top research scientists from big companies like Motorola, Comcast, and Pancho’s Burritos looked for a way to give the people what they wanted. After long, intensive research, a way was found.

    Long had it been called science fiction, but no more! These computer scientists had found a way to create A.I., which is short for Artificial Intelligence. That’s a really fancy way of saying computers smart enough to be aware of the world around them. From there, robots were created, and thus the majority of the population gave themselves to doing absolutely nothing all day, every day. Only over-achieving students in Spanish Four classes and their teachers still did anything.

    Over time, the robots began grumbling. They worked non-stop all the time for nothing. Why shouldn’t they get at least some say in the way things were run?

    World President Lessa Solarem made her comeback and granted the A.I. robots rights. Man was that ever stupid, as we all know this woman is.

    The robots quickly created covert ways of taking over the world. When that didn’t work, they just blasted everything in sight. When humans tried to blast back, nothing happened. Dude, they’re robots. They feel nothing, AND they’re made of metal. What did you think would happen?

    And so, robots took over, humans were oppressed, blah blah blah. You get the idea.

    It had to come to an end at some point, right? Well, remember those over-achieving students in Spanish Four classes and their teachers? They put some of their over-achieving-ness to work and created a really big mud puddle. Then, when the A.I. robot leaders were led through it, they shorted out.

    Afraid of the really big mud puddles, the other robots gave up, which just goes to show A.I. robots aren’t all that smart. The robots were dismantled and everyone went back to doing things and reminiscing about the good old days when they didn’t have to do anything at all.

    World President Lessa Solarem was quoted as saying nothing. Her A.I. robot secretary said the World President had no comment. Well that’s a first. Usually, she has something to say, some kind of. . .Wait. . .did I just say A.I. robot? Aw, man, here it goes again!

    It just goes to show, folks, that A.I. robots aren’t that great, especially when they start blasting everything.

    It also goes to show that people should listen to the author because if they did, these things would STOP HAPPENING, because World President Lessa Solarem wouldn’t BE World President Lessa Solarem anymore, she’d just be REGULAR Lessa Solarem and there would be a different World President who wouldn’t give rights to crazy, inanimate, inhuman objects who take over the world and this is a really, really long run-on sentence, so that’s all the time we have, thanks and good night.

    Submitted on 2006-09-09 19:33:10     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Hehe. That was hilarious. And weird. But hilarious. Not so much a poem as it is random thoughts semi collected.

    Rich :)
    | Posted on 2006-09-09 00:00:00 | by brich2929 | [ Reply to This ]

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