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Bonus: current and 'classic' interest crossover = wanting the merch that matches. [Maybe slightly (way way) off topic- when you reckon digital likenesses of past [was gonna say dead, but I figure some might still be alive, just no longer commercially interesting] actors (and such) will start actually be used in films and media programming (t.v. shows)? I'm wanting to see Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor in a comedy with folks like Paul Rudd, Seth Rogan, McBride, Craig Robinson- even using established characters rather then the real actor (Ace Ventura acting as "***" rather than Jim Carey's portrayal; big difference) I brought it up because I started thinking of what those movie posters would look like. Admittedly, I'm not hopeful, but at the same time, I keep thinking, "I'll never have the flying car folks were sure would show up at some point around yr 2000 (super doubtful- as I dont see how the police would police/enforce 'traffic' laws much less enforcing mandatory flydrive lanes, of course I've thought of this, you prob have no idea how many magazines, books, TV shows, movies, etc. made vague assurances during the 80's not so much in the 90's, and not again after yr 2000 [unless it's a product run so limited in number as to be if not effectively unknown to the average Joe, than a design or something similar that's incomplete, "still in testing", or (if even functional [doubtful!!!] then prohibitingly expensive to all but maybe 3 or 4 people (lol, are they even people by that point?) If I have to justify this rant to earlier statements.... I've lost track of the drawings I'd done growing up of some vague design idea from a vague still magazine article with some leading statement like 'in the future' haha, or worse still ' in the near future' although I noticed they've started adding 'possible near future'. Now if I haven't lost the 2 or 3 folks that are actually reading this, and maybe your thinking this isn't relevant. I've seen Gundam tattoos, biomechanical tattoos (yep, that was a "possible near future' product line a few times: biomechanics), hell, even digital effect tattoos were mentioned outside of fictional media, and I'd love a digital tattoo with possible variable design settings, but disregarding the costs itself, still leaves training of tattooist to implant(?) said digital interfaces, then the possible programming, charging/recharging, legality, etc.,. Especially after seeing so many botched eyeball tattoos online. Anyway, it's my explanation I can ramble nonsensical rantings an ravings thru endless run on sentences as much as I want, yeah? Anyway, I've always thought that as Progress brought new ideas and such, it can only increase the interconnectivity of design ideas further. Haha, I felt I had a lead in, somehow, to the flintstones meet the jetsons movies (TV special?), but as horrible as they were, I cant quite pull them in...🙄

Bonus: current and 'classic' interest crossover = wanting the merch that matches. [Maybe slightly (way way) off topic- when you reckon digital likenesses of past [was gonna say dead, but I figure some might still be alive, just no longer commercially interesting] actors (and such) will start actually be used in films and media programming (t.v. shows)? I'm wanting to see Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor in a comedy with folks like Paul Rudd, Seth Rogan, McBride, Craig Robinson- even using established characters rather then the real actor (Ace Ventura acting as "***" rather than Jim Carey's portrayal; big difference) I brought it up because I started thinking of what those movie posters would look like. Admittedly, I'm not hopeful, but at the same time, I keep thinking, "I'll never have the flying car folks were sure would show up at some point around yr 2000 (super doubtful- as I dont see how the police would police/enforce 'traffic' laws much less enforcing mandatory flydrive lanes, of course I've thought of this, you prob have no idea how many magazines, books, TV shows, movies, etc. made vague assurances during the 80's not so much in the 90's, and not again after yr 2000 [unless it's a product run so limited in number as to be if not effectively unknown to the average Joe, than a design or something similar that's incomplete, "still in testing", or (if even functional [doubtful!!!] then prohibitingly expensive to all but maybe 3 or 4 people (lol, are they even people by that point?) If I have to justify this rant to earlier statements.... I've lost track of the drawings I'd done growing up of some vague design idea from a vague still magazine article with some leading statement like 'in the future' haha, or worse still ' in the near future' although I noticed they've started adding 'possible near future'. Now if I haven't lost the 2 or 3 folks that are actually reading this, and maybe your thinking this isn't relevant. I've seen Gundam tattoos, biomechanical tattoos (yep, that was a "possible near future' product line a few times: biomechanics), hell, even digital effect tattoos were mentioned outside of fictional media, and I'd love a digital tattoo with possible variable design settings, but disregarding the costs itself, still leaves training of tattooist to implant(?) said digital interfaces, then the possible programming, charging/recharging, legality, etc.,. Especially after seeing so many botched eyeball tattoos online. Anyway, it's my explanation I can ramble nonsensical rantings an ravings thru endless run on sentences as much as I want, yeah? Anyway, I've always thought that as Progress brought new ideas and such, it can only increase the interconnectivity of design ideas further. Haha, I felt I had a lead in, somehow, to the flintstones meet the jetsons movies (TV special?), but as horrible as they were, I cant quite pull them in...🙄

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