Robots, They're Just Like You And Me

According to this website's advice on How To Spot A Cylon, these are some defining characteristics for which humans should be on the lookout
Do they ask questions about classified subjects?
Do they seem unusually strong, smart or self-assured?
Do they say God instead of Gods?
Have you seen them before, but you know it's not the same person?
Do you see them hanging around secured or restricted areas?
Do they seem to hear music that no one else can hear?
Do they seem unusually fearless, as if death has no meaning for them?
Do they exhibit sociopathic behavior around other humans, especially defenseless children?
Are they unusually adept, almost empathic, with machines?
Does their spine glow red when they get... excited?
I don't want to alarm anyone (Fred) but it would seem that Julian and I are Cylons. Julian gets a bit emotionally attached to trucks and televisions and he is a frightening little sociopath (though some may call this normal toddler behavior and the so-called defenseless children with whom he associates display similar behavior). Not to mention that he is unusually strong and fearless (though, again, does death have meaning for a toddler?) As for me, I hear music no one else can hear and I have developed an unnatural attachment to this laptop computer. Admittedly, I am an older model, farther back in the evolutionary process.

I am telling you all this for your own good. You must remember, the Cylons look like us now. Be aware. Be vigilant.


thordora said…
I saw that yesterday on Boing Boing. Teh awesome.

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