Seeing Tomorrow Opening Proloque, Episode 101 & 102

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Prologue, Episode 1 and Episode 2 Jeremiah meets an old friend, Clark, as he waits for his Companion date, Nina. Soon she arrives, instantly putting the shy ...

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Comment by Joddy Eric Matthews on October 16, 2015 at 12:19am

Thanks for the support @Karlos

Comment by Joddy Eric Matthews on October 16, 2015 at 12:19am

Thanks Floyd!

Comment by Floyd Webb on October 15, 2015 at 5:50pm

This is GREAT!

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Comment by M. Adams on March 27, 2015 at 12:22pm

Nice, I like the concept, although it should've been further out, say, 100 years to make the completely humanoid robot more plausible. The other thing we working with the near-future (I did the "The Next It" also here at BSFS), is that we demonstrate colloquially, how this world is new, what it looks like atmospherically, you know, self-driving cars, robotic concierges, neural communcations, age-less aging, increased light and sound spectrum hearing and seeing, etc. 

The other thing I think we on BSFS can address is this whole issue of FUNDING. We have to develop a source of Black money because it's only Black money that will invest in the infrastructure building that we need. Crowd funding could be the answer if we can aggregate and leverage our individual contacts on one site. Culturalgrassroots.com is trying to do just that but for some reason, is getting resistance. The blog talks extensively about Our opportunities and challenges. Check it out.

Comment by karlos davis on June 19, 2014 at 5:50am

Love,love,the story.The robot aspect is there.But not,all the same as the norm.A beautiful woman,(a unfiltered Afrikan American woman)a believable storyline.And '' we '' are there.It made '' me '' wonder.What's next? Great acting.Wow.

Comment by Jarvis Sheffield - Admin on June 13, 2014 at 9:29am

I love this show!

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