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One day I woke up and smiling robots were smarter than my children. But I did not rejoice because I don’t believe in Evolution. Machines will not replace men as long as we still have a sliver of vanity left in our semi-bionic bodies.

I dug a deep pit and dumped their broken
mother boards. And burnt the manuals to warm my tired bones. Confident in my victory I rounded up the tech geeks who built these beasts and sent them to the pit as well. I’m not worrying about their rights. I’m only concerned about what is right. And keeping my family safe.
Dig.

 

Mark Antony Rossi

  

Mark Antony Rossi is a poet, playwright and author of 15 titles in science, writing reference, commentary, poetry, fiction and drama.

 


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