Also about comprehend and imagine+12There are so many perspectives to consider things from, it's difficult to imagine and/or comprehend all of them, amirite?
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Also about comments and imagine+255Imagine visiting a website and seeing posts or comments that were made 100 years ago - it would almost be like having a conversation with someone from the past. You'd get to see how ideas and opinions have changed, or remained intact. That's how it will be for future generations (assuming that the internet will still be in use). Pretty amazing, amirite?
Also about comments and censored+4It is weird when you go through your old posts/comments and find out that some of your stuff has been censored, amirite?
Also about comments and imagine+8You imagine a specific voice for each Amirite member whenever you read their posts/comments, amirite?
Also about comprehend and imagine+172Even with our cognitive abilities, there's so much in life we can't comprehend (i.e. Certain colors we can't even see) When we think of aliens, they are based on things we've seen already, like egg yolk, big head, or different parts of animals. The fictional things we can imagine are at least some combination of what we already know. In dreams, the people we see are those whom we've seen before, including people of seemingly forgotten faces. Our perspectives just don't go that far, amirite?
Also about comments+22The top comments on Vine videos are so repetitive now a days. The comments are either memes, waffle recipes, Miley Cyrus jokes, Brazil comments, or "Who else watched this more than once". What happen to the witty original comments that were funny, Amirite?
Also about comprehend and imagine+128It's so bizarre to think that our children will be able to see our adolescence documented through social media. I mean, there's a possibility that new generations will be looking at their great-grandparents' Tumblrs and Facebook pages. It's simultaneously fascinating to comprehend how much more real parents' lives will feel to their children and terrifying to imagine the possibility that your great-grandchildren will be able to see the things over which you fangirled in high school, amirite?