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DavidHamilton
DavidHamilton
1/16/2019 1:33:39 AM
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I personally find it a little creepy to think that there's a voice coming out of my inanimate objects, and even more so when it knows more about what's going on in my house than I do. But obviously there are benefits to that. I would just prefer everything be presented to me on a screen rather than audibly, thank you very much!

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