Also about age and technology+162In today's age of technology and genetic engineering, it's rather pathetic no one has made junk food healthy yet, amirite?
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Also about age and technology+276Thousands of years ago, people could survive an ice age with their wits and they didn't really need all the technology of today. If today we had an ice age and we lost all our tech stuff, we probably couldn't survive because we are so used to technology aiding the need to keep warm. If anything the first thing out our mouth would be a complaint, amirite?
Also about age and technology+392It's weird to think that the latest technology today could be considered "old-school" style items. Ex: 20 years later parent talking to kid "when I was your age, we had iPhones!", amirite?
Also about technology and plausible+337With technology's advances, long distances relationships are much more plausible than they were for our parents, amirite?
Also about gold+233I was playing my Pokemon Gold version last week and now I can't find it. I looked everywhere but only found my Silver version. I guess it's true what they say; nothing gold can stay, amirite?
Also about age 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?