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meeting holograms of interesting people

meet hologram of movie stars, thinkers, etc
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meet hologram of interesting people whenever you want
Seneca, Jun 17 2014

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       how do it work?
xandram, Jun 17 2014
  

       Tea.
Earl Grey.
Hot.
  

       The set of interesting people and people interesting to look at are not completely overlapping. Also I worry that meeting a hologram would be a fairly one sided experience.   

       Obi-wan Kenobi, you're our only hope.
bungston, Jun 17 2014
  

       "Arch ! Freeze programme and save"
8th of 7, Jun 17 2014
  

       "These are not the 'rhoids you are looking for"
FlyingToaster, Jun 17 2014
  

       If a hologram signs an autograph book, is it collectable?
popbottle, Jun 18 2014
  

       Plenty of people collect holograms that do nothing.
pocmloc, Jun 18 2014
  

       A hologram of the Pope. That would be cool. But as [xandram] pointed out, ever so subtly, how do it work? Magic?
blissmiss, Jun 18 2014
  

       I thought holograms worked by lasers?
pocmloc, Jun 18 2014
  

       //A hologram of the Pope// sp Holyogram
Ling, Jun 18 2014
  

       // That would be cool. //   

       ... unless you're an eight year old altar boy, in which case any catholic clergy are very worrying.
8th of 7, Jun 18 2014
  

       A bunch of clowns in here. That's what's wrong with this place, a bunch of clowns have taken over.   

       I was just trying to think of someone famous. Pope came to mind. Holygram, molestation,...bah humbugger. Ha!
blissmiss, Jun 18 2014
  

       Pope with lasers!
pocmloc, Jun 18 2014
  
      
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