Using Lego to have the best time we can... while we still can!
If it isn't broken... take it apart and fix it.
likes any planes.
persistent, conscientious team player!
extremely very enthusiastically fantastically extraordinarily brilliantly creatively
plays loud music down microphones
I like anime and I am apparently good at making parodies. Wow.
umm hello.. :D
I film stuff... anything I can find ;)
Good variety of ideas!
Amazing at programming.
Is a guy who attends club a lot.
I like anime and making parodies of songs because I'm apparently good at it.
likes any planes
Knows the answer to the problems!
Lego-obsessed, Lego-loving, Lego-builder, Lego-designer, Lego-Presenter, Lego-Ben!
Persistent, conscientious team player!
Enthusiastic, but methodical.
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If you look at what people are falling in love with these days, it is more than possible for someone to fall in love with a robot, the real question is could a robot ever learn how to love a human or someone else?
Sorry, but no. Robots don't have emotions therefore if they acted and the movie was released... it'd be very boring and "tuneless". As in it wouldn't be exciting or dramatic and you wouldn't want to watch the movie again and again like most movies! The robots would obviously speak in a robotic way, as in slowly and clearly and blankly. So it isn't exactly the best idea.
I don't mean bringing someone like Shakespeare or Albert Einstein back to life, what if maybe someone has just dramaticly died from a heart attack or been hit by a car and they JUST died. The robot comes along and does something like xray vision and makes the persons heart beat, and gets the blood flowing fast enough for the person to do something like be reborn?!
Well if someone programmed a robot to judge people's opinions fairly and know exactly what to do business-wise... then perhaps a robot at some point in the future could reside in the White House and take care of America!
This is likely considering someone could easily make a robot and programme them to run quickly and be good at a certain sport.
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