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Virginia's life is suffering

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Virginia's life is suffering
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>>77922276
>you will never blackmail a synthezoid wife-bot

why even live?
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>>77922276
at first i was thinking the wife would be the one to go crazy.

now i think it will be all 3.

man, Vision just can't catch a break.
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>>77922296
I most definitely would not want that since it'd end with me in a body bag 7 feet under ground.
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Oh she should have just admitted she killed him.

He's a super villain that broke into their house and attacked her children.

No court would convict her.
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>>77922276
>Virginia
HANGING OUT WITH LITTLE BOYS IN SPANDEX I SEE?
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>>77922410
>No court could convict her.
There's no legal language to convict robots or their moms. Do you send a car to prison for speeding? Or a gun for murder?
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>>77922451
This is the marvel universe we are talking about. i am sure the legislation in that universe cover sentient bots.
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>>77922468
If I remember Avengers AI right, the Marvel Universe's legislation regarding sentient bots is something along the lines of "you give up the rights of being considered sentient once you've committed crimes."

No court, just off switch.
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>>77922419
Came here to post that. That video's ruined the name for me.
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I am getting the trade, it's all I can say really.
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>>77922468
Vision/She-hulk crossover story averted.
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>>77922556

That seems fair, honestly.
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>>77922335
Anon there are four of them
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>>77922655
yeah but i don't think Vision himself is going to go nuts.
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>>77922676
Vision is ALREADY NUTS
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>>77922419
Damn, beat me to it.
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>>77922276
Why the fuck would a robot need a fucking mobile phone?
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>>77922759

She's being blackmailed you chowderhead.
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>>77922781
Then send her the fucking memory card.
Not a goddamn mobile phone like an idiot.
That shit can be traced easily.
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>>77922419
YOU MONSTER FRISBEE
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NTR NTR NTR NTR
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>>77922815
Assuming you pay for it in cash, and don't hook it up to an actual phone plan, it would be really hard to trace.
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>>77922276

Lousy twist this is all a simulation to avoid a real mess.
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>>77922276
Wait, why did she use a shovel when she could just phase the body into the ground?
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>>77922410
Hell, it's the freakin Grim Reaper. Dude holds a record of most legitimate deaths and most resurrections in Marvel history. Killing him shouldn't be a crime since he'll be back in 5 minutes.
Heck, he's probably already dug himself out
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>>77923013
>revives
>recorded Virginia burying him
>blackmail her
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>>77922419
THERE'S NO ESCAPING BANANA
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>>77922993
Because you'd need an empty space to put him. You don't want his body phasing into the same location as a bunch of dirt.

You never want to phase something into solid objects. That's just bad business.
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>>77922556
Any decent juror worth their time would laugh at that.

You can't commit a crime when you're not sentient, because if you're not sentient, you're not an agent, you're not in control, and therefore cannot possibly be held responsible for any act, let alone a crime. If you use a crime as an argument to waive their rights as autonomous sentient beings, you waive their responsibility for said crime, and therefore cannot waive their rights, because there has been no crime, according to your very argument.

Yeah, I know, it's doubtful any comic writer has a law degree (Oh, wait, Charles Soule, from She-Hulk, and Brad Meltzer have one), and we shouln;t take this too seriously, but at least make SOMETHING of an effort.
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>>77923043
Why not? It's not like there's any risk of bodily harm.
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>>77922556
Even by capeshit standards that sounds fucking retarded.
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>>77923075
because if t2o atom materialize in the same space there would be a NUCULAR explosion
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>>77923116
Are you aware the writer that did it was the same that created an indie book with a main character married with a female dog, right?
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So is issue #3 the NTR issue?
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>>77922276
VIRGINIA IS FOR VIRGINS!
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>>77923061
It's not arguing that they're not sentient. It's arguing that if a sentient AI commits a crime it's no longer entitled to the same rights and protections given a sentient being.

An American convicted of a felony is no longer awarded the same rights as an American who has not - the right to own a firearm, the right to vote, the right to live wherever they want, etc. That doesn't mean they're no longer American.
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>>77923061
you are a moron and it is you who has failed at basic logic.

>You can't commit a crime when you're not sentient
exactly, hence they are not criminals and there is no need to put them on trial and can be simply turned off
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>>77922276
Her brain is based off Wanda. What do you expect? She's destined for more suffering.
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>>77922276
I'm surprised no one has made a template from this yet.
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>>77924686
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>>77924813
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>>77924813
>>77924964
>>77922419
its like poetry
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>>77922296
I wonder if there is synthezoid porn in the MU
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>>77926272
There probably tons of super porn in the MU. Imagine all of the down on their luck mutie qts who had to resort to porn
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>>77922276
>Virginia's life is suffering
Descendant of Pym. What the fuck are you expecting?
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>>77926681
>tfw shapeshifting porn star turning into heroines
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>>77924438
>An American convicted of a felony is no longer awarded the same rights as an American who has not - the right to own a firearm, the right to vote, the right to live wherever they want, etc.

Wait, what? American convicts can't vote?

That's...that's not right, that's insane.
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>>77928953
Yeah, I looked it up: Felony disenfranchisement is literally a human rights violation. The right to vote, whether incarcerated or released, should be considered inalienable, and taking those rights away is inhumane.
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>>77928953

> wanting convicted criminals to have the power to choose the people who govern you
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>>77924813
Bless you sir... bless you
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>>77922676
>implying
He's definitely going to be the one who the narrator is talking about
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>>77927548
>MFW that concept art is a great jumping off point for MCU Jocasta
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>>77924813
Thanks
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>>77929245
Yes.
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>>77929484
Not really. It doesn't get my dick hard.
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>>77929245
>Government creates an unjust law that makes a large group of people considered felons
>They can't push to change that law because they can't vote
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>>77929245
>I want people who smoked pot, couldn't pay a speeding ticket, or just rubbed a cop the wrong way to become literal slaves
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>>77929586

> implying voting is the only way to change the law

what is lobbying.
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>>77929171
>taking those rights away is inhumane.
So's murder. So's rape. So's felony assault.

If you commit a serious felony, your freedom and many of your rights are forfeit.
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>>77929527
You say that flippantly now while things are working fine, but if criminal organization leaders were put into positions of power by their loyal lapdogs and their methods actively harmed your life, you'd be wondering which psychotic allowed the loophole.

We already have people coming down on politicians for being corrupt, if an inherently corrupt person became a politician (and then did everything to not only keep the position but make their criminal activities legal) it would be the same except legally permitted. Instead of standing up for your current view you'd run off to safety like everyone else. No doubt to start your contrarian bitching elsewhere and create the problem all over again.

tl;dr keep these degenerates out.
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>>77929630
those.... are misdemeanors, not felonies.
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>>77923013
I mean shit, Rogue killed him on live TV, and she got off with a slap on her wrist.
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>>77929630
>I want people who smoked pot, couldn't pay a speeding ticket, or just rubbed a cop the wrong way to become literal slaves
Read up on the actual laws concerning disenfranchisement.

Disenfranchisement is only permanent for the most violent and heinous of felonies.
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>>77929645
That's not an argument. The government isn't allowed to murder, or rape. It's not allowed to do anything criminal or inhumane. That includes disenfranchisement.

>>77929658
No, I'm saying that from a nation where this does not happen, where we do not have felony disenfranchisement, and where we actually have to close prisons because we don't have enough people to put in them.
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>>77923075
Basic physics, two solid objects cannot inhabit the same space at the same time. If you tried to make them do so the results would be catastrophic..
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>>77929662
No, they are felonies

>Cheque Fraud
>The manufacture, sale, distribution, or possession with intent to distribute, and in some states, the simple possession
>Threatening an official

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felony
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>>77930154
Hank Pym made basic physics his basic bitch.
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>>77930057
>I'm saying that from a nation where this does not happen
Wait, wait.
So your nation of non-issues actually, literally has no experience for why it would be necessary?
Therefore you're actually, literally talking from ignorance on the issue?

You've never needed the protection of a gun so you're of the opinion guns aren't necessary for protection? Because you, not the world at large but specifically just you, have never needed the protection of a gun (yet)? Do you see where this sort of thinking becomes equal parts self-perpetuating and self-defeating? Or do you also live in a nation where that capacity of comprehension does not happen?
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>>77930057
The Law protects rights and freedoms of The People.

When the actions of The Criminal infringe on the rights and freedoms of The People than the only available option for The Law is to protect the rights and freedoms of The People at the expense of the rights and freedoms of The Criminal.


You don't like it? Don't commit a fucking felony.
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>>77922276
>lock the phone so no one can get into it
>tell the person who it is for the password so they can get into it
why even lock it
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>>77930326
Why give them a phone at all? And a Iphone at that? Aren't those things expensive and traceable though manufacturing numbers and codes inside the phone?
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>>77930403
I smell another murder in Virginia's future
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>>77930326
What I'm trying to figure is this person WROTE down the password instead of typing it. They wrote something down for a synthetic organism with superhuman visual abilities.

All Virginia has to do is use her ridiculous technological advantages to spy on and figure who was behind this.

I mean I guess they could have used a forged writing style, but they've still left some evidence of minutia for some odd reason. Someone as advanced as her could know if the person was left or right handed if she wanted.
So much as the angle that video was taken is telling. Virginia could look into who recently bought or has access to a smartphone like that, the box too.

That anon who suggested just leaving a memory card had the right idea, why go through all this trouble to incriminate yourself? Of course she's no doubt going to be subject to forgetting she's capable of all this due to psychological problems or some such but it's still a very strange course of action. It's like calling the Terminator to blackmail it about its identity and using a voice filter, maybe it won't figure it out, or maybe it will show up later that day and tear your head off. Why take the risk?
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Virginia R34 when?
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>>77930258
What kind of insane argument is that? I'm not speaking from ignorance, I'm speaking from experience. I'm saying your nation can be better, because I know it can, I've seen it. I'm holding you to measure up to your selfproclaimed title of "land of the free", "leader of the west", a bar which you yourself have set.

As for circle-reasoning, yes, I'm quite adept at recognizing it. Because I'm looking at a nation where people are killing eachother on an hourly basis with guns they felt they needed to protect themselves from other people having guns, who have them for the exact same reason. So if you want to talk about guns and circular reasoning, how about you start there?
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>>77930529
Maybe that is a plot point?
Seems like tracking down person would be something interesting.
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>It's going to some cookie cutter thriller blackmail plot
Well, at least the first issue was kind of interesting.
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>>77930605
>who have them for the exact same reason
It's funny you talk about insanity. So you really think that's why criminals have guns? Any kind of weapon for that matter?
Not to rape or rob a defenseless victim threatened to compromise their rights and safety faced with the consequence of being violated or murdered (but probably will get both anyway), but to protect themselves? They just happen to also commit a series of crimes unprovoked as part of some anime-esque series of misunderstandings?

Yeah, how about we don't start with your hopelessly uninformed, blissfully biased and pretty much flat out retarded argument, or opinion for that matter, founded on what little you see and swallow, and the less of that you even understand, from the media behind a screen of sensationalist text and images and instead actually look at the reality of the situation without this comic book domino effect plot bullshit you assume happens?

That sound reasonable to you and the ways of your nation?
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>>77930602
Presumably when it turns out the person blackmailing them is a Technofetishist and he's going to make her do disgusting robot porn like put veggies in her twat and chop them into salad and shoot them out her ass like a salad shooter.
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>>77930637
I don't want to give the writer ideas but the only way this could work is if it's a double keikaku where whoever is actually blackmailing her had someone else write the note and buy the phone and box knowing Virginia would track them down, only to find them dead so the blackmailer could not only get away with murder but frame Virginia with one that isn't out of self defense like with Reaper so they could blackmail her into doing other things and have their way with her.

The question would still be how an advanced organism like her would submit to such a situation instead of just informing Vision or a psychic or whoever to have an investigation done to prove her innocent.
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So I just found out that King's stepmother's name is Virginia. Make of that what you will.
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>>77932240
Freud was right.
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>>77930529
>inb4 it is a supervillain in league with Grim Reaper
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Is this comic any good? I don't know shit about the Vision, but the concept seems kind of cool.
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>>77933318
Pretentious anti-family propaganda.
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>>77933318

To me, it's a horror book disguised as a superhero comic. If I wasn't opposed to buying Marvel products, it's one of the few I would actually purchase.
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>>77928953
>Wait, what? American convicts can't vote?

Not while they're serving their sentence, no. After their sentence has been served in full (prison time, probation, etc.), restoration varies by state, with most states actually restoring the right. However, most people, with felonious records or not, don't realize this and think it's a universal, permanent ban. There are efforts to improve awareness of the matter, since it has a withering effect on the voting pool in many communities.

But that's a bit different than declaring them to flat out no longer be "people" and rendering them outlaw.
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