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Anthropomorphic Discussion

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    Let's talk about things that don't talk unless we give them the gift of speech.  Think of the things you've found around you that could become anthrpomorphic objects.  Comment on both questions below.  Try to use specific examples of inanimate things you've seen in your discussion posts.

     

    • What are the benefits of having inanimate objects talk?

    • What are the challenges a "creator" faces when random things begin speaking?
     
    *in·an·i·mate  [in-an-uh-mit]
    adjective
    1.  not animate; lifeless.
    2.  spiritless; sluggish; dull.

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