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I was going to write about my concern over my Dad's behavior being increasingly worrying - and how his Asperger's is either getting far worse, is partially masking initial signs of dementia, or maybe both - but that's too depressing, so instead I'll talk about furries.

What if there were anthropoid, sentient four-toed sloths, and they were *really* into primates? What would they define as being the essence of ape-y-ness? What would be the edges of the uncanny valley for them? "The Naked Ape" is written from a human point of view, but what would be the quadrobradypodidal differences?

Date: 2018-08-29 01:03 am (UTC)
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I bet fur-covered animals are just as good at visually and auditorily gathering metadata from each other as we are: we notice frozen facial expressions and lack of eye movement as robotic weirdness, and I'm sure they'd have their own list. "Ears don't quirk right." "Hair on nose doesn't wriggle."

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