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Also about lazy and wait+256Sometimes when you're typing a password, you know you've made a typing mistake, but your fingers keep typing and you hit enter, hoping somehow the computer would oversee the mistake or you're too lazy to delete what you've already typed and just wait to type it again, amirite?
Also about lazy and wait+330Laziness shouldn't be looked down upon. When man got too lazy to walk, he tamed the horse, became even more lazier, invented the car. When he became too lazy to get up to switch the channel, invented the remote. Became too lazy to wait for food to heat up, invented the microwave... and numerous such innovations. Laziness promotes innovation. amirite?
Also about wait and technology+122You can't wait to see how people's beliefs will be different in, say, 50 years than they are now. In the age of technology and rapid idea sharing, beliefs are changing faster than ever before. Will religion continue to shrink in the "West"? How morally relativistic will society lean, and with what consequences? Will churches survive once they are in the hands of generation z? The whole thing is fascinating to think about, amirite?
Also about wait and technology+216Wait. We're not cavemen. We have technology.. amirite?