A terrible autonomy
Has grafted onto you and me
Our trust put in the government
They told their lies as heaven-sent
'Til the war came
Dorian and John find themselves on the opposing sides when a civil war over robot rights breaks out in the city. As the police is forced to use violent measures to keep the street riots at bay, Dorian’s programming evolves until no human law stands in his way to achieve true salvation for his kind. An android messiah is born.
Meanwhile John struggles with his own conscience when he is ordered to take down the leader of the terrorist movement, an android he once called a friend.
I like this.
this is so wicked
I THINK I JUST FOUND US A NEW COSTUME
AND IT’S 80’S PRINCESS LEIA.
"I hate being looked at. Can’t stand it. I know, I know - I picked the wrong career. I should have been a doctor. If you play certain parts you have this nice face painted on you, and then you have feel as if you have a responsibility to this idea of being beautiful. I hate that about our business. There’s a perceived inverse relation between looks and talent. Look at Charlize Theron - she made herself ugly for ‘Monster’ and suddenly everyone said ‘she’s a genius.’ It shouldn’t be like that.”
Maybe I’ll take a train
To a place I’ve never been
Or I could watch the sun fall into the ocean
I finally feel alive
Throw my heart into overdrive
Get up and get this life in motion
I’ll do everything I’m meant to do
Cause I’m past the pain and sorrow that kept it all from comin’ true
(Someday Came Today — Chris Pine)
you’d think the Star Trek fandom would be a very intelligent and philosophical fandom but instead we all just sit here like