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Are the older things better than the new?
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Posted 6/1/11
It depends on the product that's being released.
Posted 7/24/11
You can't replace the classics. Great idea's usually run out
Posted 7/24/11
there classic and thats what we like (:
Posted 7/24/11
Depends on it's value monetary wise of course and how rare it is.
Posted 7/24/11
Doubt it. In anime for one, EVA's movies > TV series.
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Posted 8/20/11
yep,
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Posted 8/20/11
new things are better
Posted 8/20/11 , edited 8/20/11
I miss pizzas from back in the day. They tasted so much better. So did Maccas.
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Posted 8/20/11
some old things are better than new things
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Posted 8/21/11
I think it being old and how we grew up with the stuff has a lot of effect on how we view new things. A lot tend to cherish the past making the old really something special so it's hard for a change and easy to bash on the new. I think the new for the younger generation is how we view the our "old stuff" and it's just a cycle. But sometimes new isn't always better and sometimes the old can be improved and learned from so it's all opinionated.
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Posted 8/21/11
We be like... WE'RE SO COOL BECAUSE WE KNOW THIS OLD THING.


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Posted 8/21/11
Music from the last 1990s and earlier 2000 was more enjoyable. I remember I was such a hilary duff fan back then LOL
Posted 8/21/11
UK skins vs U.S skins


you tell me.

should be very easy of an answer.
Posted 8/21/11
I still can't answer. There are alot of things that are in the past we should preserve. The values, discipline, and ideals our nations were built on. There is alot of things these days are self-destructive as a whole for humanity. Like the internet, which I can say with experience is quite addicting and a particular fine example of productivity killing.

There are good things though, like newer medical and scientific discoveries, as well as technological in general. However, I think technology has became too quickly readily available, as a result making people abuse it and become dependent on it. When were the days you could see gyms filled with people, or see joggers and walkers every Saturday?

People have traded physical pastimes for things more.... convenient, in a way. Value dissonance is a clear sign and example of what I'm implying: People aren't really ready for the 'future', not yet. Not until they learn to moderate. I think if people could use technology in conjunction with fair use then it would be a fine thing.

I'm just curious, still, what people are actually capable of doing with technology when used in moderation and in conjunction with productivity. A lot of the newer generations are coming less and less empathic, and much more self-centered. I'm worried to say the least. Though there isn't much a single idealist can do.
Posted 8/21/11
What Lauriet said and I like his status, too (not because I am a pessimist myself, but it's some sort of bellwethered skill that I kind of like....).
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