Also about Politics+79The U.S. should have never given ownership and authority of the Panama Canal to Panama, amirite?
Also about 100 years+48People today worry about bad AI's, the climate and microplastics, but from history we know that whatever people worried about most wasn't really a problem 100 years later. amirite?
Also about 100 years+511Its actually pretty amazing how phones work. We dont even really take notice that 100 years ago sending messages from one small device to another, talking to people halfway around the world would seem impossible, amirite?
Also about Politics-27Trump's wall should be built not because it'll stop illegal immigration, but because it'll open our eyes to the issues within our country, amirite?
Also by Sukiesnow+11I saw my first Christmas T.V. commercial yesterday, too soon... Amirite?
Also about 100 years+341Even though its very highly unlikely, its a bit scary to think that everything we've learned about our history could be wrong. Not like 100 years ago history, but way farther back, like when the first civilizations started popping up in Africa. I mean, think about it. The Egyptians might have developed technology that was either equal to or superior to ours, but had something happen to them that made them lose it forever, and we'd be none the wiser, amirite?
Also about 100 years-27In 100 years drinking will be frowned upon like smoking currently is, amirite?
Also by Sukiesnow-4It's more fun to disagree than it is to agree... Amirite?
Also about 100 years+100Considering how much society has advanced in the past 100 years (technology, social acceptance of minorities, medicine, fashions etc.) you find it hard to believe that not much had changed when Busted went to the year 3000, amirite?
Also about 100 years+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?