Also about future-145Think about it, Jesus was just some guy from the future with a time machine that got bored and went back in time with high tech medicine and hover shoes and pretended to be jesus, and now everyone thinks it`s some imaginary divine beings son, yal got punk`ed future style, amirite?
Also about future and past+47We all contain the ability to time travel. Each person has individualized memories that we can get lost in; is that not traveling through the past? Our memories may be tainted by emotions and cultural bias, but together, collectively, mankind has something that many other species on earth don't have: we have a recorded past. And this is why many people cannot just live in the moment. This is why we need the concept of a future, amirite?
Also about future and past+216It's kind of depressing when you see future-time-travel books/movies from the past like 1984 and Back to the Future because we're not at all as advanced as they hoped we'd be, amirite?
Also about future and past-147Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future, sure, but the saints past is obviously saintly or they wouldn't be a saint, and the sinner's future probably isn't any different from the rest of their life, amirite?
Also about future and past+229Sure, maybe you won't directly need partial fractions or conics in the future but math is extremely important. It's important because it opens up your mind. Math makes your analysis skills sharper. It develops your brain and allows you to think more logically. It'll definitely help you in many critical situations in life. So therefore, math shouldn't be taken for granted just because your future job doesn't require anything past arithmetic, amirite?
Also about future+76You wonder why when people write future letters to themselves to be opened in the future, they ask questions. It's not like they'll be able to answer them. amirite?