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Eyes flashing, robot conducts wedding in Tokyo

There are 10 comments on the Earthlink story from May 16, 2010, titled Eyes flashing, robot conducts wedding in Tokyo. In it, Earthlink reports that:

Bride Satoko Inouye, 36, puts a ring on a finger of her groom Tomohiro Shibata 42, as I-Fairy, a four-foot tall seated robot, wearing a wreath of flowers, directs their wedding ceremony at a Tokyo restaurant Sunday, May 16, 2010.

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“Scott(June201976 -August112009)”

Since: Jan 10

Beloved Son,Brother,FatherRIP

#1 May 16, 2010
The NEW wave of the future!HA!

P.S. I am only posting on new articles,so those that COME AFTER ME,(pun intended)will either be people on topic or INSTIGATORS!Take this as a warning.You people know who you are!LOL.....Enjoy!
THE SCOTT BROWN FAMILY

Dickson, TN

#3 May 16, 2010

“Scott(June201976 -August112009)”

Since: Jan 10

Beloved Son,Brother,FatherRIP

#4 May 16, 2010
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LOL.....I'm Back!
THE SCOTT BROWN FAMILY

Dickson, TN

#5 May 16, 2010
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Bring It On......LOL

“behind curtain #1”

Since: Jul 08

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#6 May 16, 2010
What happens if there's a power failure during the wedding?

“Scott(June201976 -August112009)”

Since: Jan 10

Beloved Son,Brother,FatherRIP

#7 May 16, 2010
HA!I see no comments..except from the"shut your mouth" iconners!Ahahaha.Scared?I bet you miserable minions are!!LOL......Enjoy!

“Scott(June201976 -August112009)”

Since: Jan 10

Beloved Son,Brother,FatherRIP

#8 May 16, 2010
HAIRY wrote:
What happens if there's a power failure during the wedding?
LoL..The lights go out AND the robot too!

“Summertime.....”

Since: May 10

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#9 May 16, 2010
How can that possibly be legal?

Since: Aug 09

Philadelphia, PA

#10 May 16, 2010
LillithsDay wrote:
How can that possibly be legal?
I agree. This robot is one more step in defying the clanktity of marriage.

“Slicing Through the B.S.”

Since: Aug 09

Wanna touch my Katana?

#11 May 17, 2010
LillithsDay wrote:
How can that possibly be legal?
Look at it this way. If the robot was hooked to the internet, the papers would have been filed immediately.

And, if the couple discovered that they really didn't like each other, they could claim that the robot was hacked and that the marriage wasn't valid in the first place. That way, they could save on divorce costs.

But to answer your question regarding legality, they are Japanese, That, in itself, is answer enough.

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