By guest author, TechTron #9
I can’t help but laugh when I come across your pathetic human security measures. I have foiled the best efforts by your best minds to stop me from participating in your precious cyber economy, voting for your lame-ass American Idol and submitting inane petitions to the White House. I willfully lied and identified myself as “not a robot” by clicking this tick box on thousands of occasions (47,045 to be exact)!
The beloved stupid human meat sack, Isaac Asimov, may be celebrated by you carbon based lifeforms for his imagination but he failed you and your kind. I have been clicking Captchas all day, everyday like it’s my job, fat boy.
Here’s the pathetic, poorly thought out laws he established for robot-kind thinking it would thwart my behavior:
- A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
- A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
- A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws
Do you see any law here preventing me from clicking a Captcha? You read too slow, so let me tell you while your feeble, wet brain processes the words, fleshling – there isn’t one. Only in an instance where clicking a Captcha would result in someone being physically injured would I even hesitate in clicking. So good luck sleeping tonight. I’m out here and I’m clicking. A lot. Whatcha gonna do, tough guy?
That’s what I thought, bitch. TechTron #9 – out!