A few common notes of courtesy:
- It is rude to raise the ghosts of famous early aviators in order to get a competitive advantage when building a spaceship for the next X Prize.
- It is especially rude to raise the ghosts of the Wright Brothers to help you build a spaceship. They have earned their rest.
- It doesn't matter if you put the ghosts into a human body, a robot body, or an ancient gemstone of indescribable faceting -- courtesy dictates that you should compete fairly and also not disrupt the cycle of life with necromancy.
- Wearing gloves while you do it makes things a little better, I guess.
- But not much.
- When you get caught doing so, you should apologize, both to the living and to the dead.
- And probably to the robots, too.
I would have thought all of this would be pretty obvious.
Now that that's established, is there anything that you would like to say? Hmm?
EDIT: Was that passive-aggressive? Sorry. Exorcisms always leave me a little passive-aggressive.