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I miss when things was normal and made sense
Posted 14 May 2011 - 05:31 AM
I am happy for some things but I am sad for others. While I feel sad, it is almost like the world of dumb people keep getting dumber but at the same time they are happy for that stupidity.
Posted 15 May 2011 - 10:25 PM
The good ole' days when the laundry was done without lifting a hand or food miraculously appeared in the refrigerator. I remember that place, it is called adolescent-ville, it sounds like you may have departed - as my dad once said to me, "son, welcome to adulthood, been waiting for you."
I miss it so much
Let me guess, I bet I know what category you don't put yourself
While I feel sad, it is almost like the world of dumb people keep getting dumber but at the same time they are happy for that stupidity.
Posted 12 June 2011 - 04:18 AM
People do not pay for efermiral data, high end business users do not, children wanting to breifly listen to music, or old people wanting to watch Netflix. Then "hitting on girls" and "flirting" is replaced by the computer. It is sooo frickin boring to see people on the internet all day sending messages threw facebook, instead of making it with somebody who is right next to you. People just spend all day talking on the phone, argueing, and being annoyed for no reason at all. Like the way me and my parents would argue and then we stop, but with the celluar phone it is like the same conversation can go on for ages. When do these people work??? With all of these distractions, people are calling it another form of ADD, while I see it for what it is. People who are not usted to a product and has no self control. Like cable televsion, air conditioning, cars ( yes cars ), and even music. Right now thanks to the internet everybody is sooooo **** direct and keep quoting the **** Wikipedia, which is not real data for the most part. Like when you look up WIkipedia while the data is great it is boring. I just wish that all electricity would go away and we would go back to wind-up devices and telegraph machines.
Posted 12 June 2011 - 03:42 PM
...still seems a problem today bye.
The next problem we face, is people stealing other peoples software, which was a big problem during the 1980's....
Posted 12 August 2011 - 03:50 AM
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