|What are they exploring? How no|
one wants to talk to you when you
have a camera strapped to your face?
|Above: Just the kind of idiots|
Google is looking for.
So Google Glass is expensive, makes you look like an idiot and essentially sends the message to anyone you might be talking to that they're not quite important enough for you to stop staring at goddamn Pinterest for five minutes and give them your full attention, but is that any reason to assault someone for wearing it? ...the answer I'm looking for here is 'no...'
|"Yes, of course I'm listening. Inoperable, got it-oh my god,|
have you seen these Minion cupcakes on Pinterest? So adorbs!"
|To be clear: if you see this guy on the|
street do punch him and then run away.
Their shields need time to adapt, so you
should be able to get in a hit or two.
|That soft, mechanical whine you heard|
was just his servos turning the other cheek.
"...I can see why the person who smashed my glass did what he did."
-Kyle Russell, writer, possible cyborg
Look, we're hurtling uncontrollably towards the future and whether it's a smart phone, Google Glass, or some kind of the wireless device implanted directly into the cerebral cortex, we're all sooner or later going to become cyborgs, so why not embrace it? Sure, there's always going to be early adopters out there with more money than sense, willing to drop crazy money on untested, bleeding edge technology, but that's no reason to mug them. Besides, the machines have long memories...
|In the future, high rents will no longer be an issue anyway.|
Everyone will have their own nice, cozy alcove in which to
regenerate their organic components. Enjoy!