She is witty, quick with one-liners, and will remember the tiniest, most obscure trivia.She loves to talk, but as a means to discuss, to gather ideas and information, not simply to fill empty spaces of silence.JET: Yeah, about that—why did the show take so long to come back?Mc Kinley Freeman: Can I tell you how many times I’ve asked that question myself?The timid, the weak and the timorous need not apply.Impossible to pigeon hole, she is a will-o-wisp, a changeling, a mix of intriguing personalities.
In the latest segment of CNN’s “Mostly Human” series titled “I Love You, Bot,” host Laurie Segall visited France to “celebrate” what they called the engagement party of a woman named Lilly betrothed to a robot she designed herself.
My husband expresses a very bad opinion of anyone who cheats, swears he never would and has told me one of the problems in his former marriage was that the ex accused him of cheating often and he insists was not doing that.
On my side of things is something I am ashamed to admit: I snoop. I pay our phone bill so I can see all the numbers called or texted, and I know the passwords to all the e mail accounts he has I know about. Just typing this out reminds me how crazy I am being. But isn't it just as wrong to send a long text full of descriptions of desired sexual activities to another woman, one he has always said was nothing more than a friend?
And while acknowledging that the idea sounded “a little crazy at first,” Segall focused her story on how intimately humans are tied to machines in our current age, pondering the question, “how far is too far?
” But if Segall herself thought the upcoming "marriage" was too far, she didn’t let on.