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Post Reply What common things today do you think will disappear in our lifetimes?
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You will be forgotten.

People will lose their importance

Hardworking will be replaced by laziness
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Many things.
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GaleForce wrote:

Alarm clocks...




Well then, life just got more awesome. WHEN IS THIS HAPPENING?!
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most gaming devices, ways of transportation, jobs, the current model of any Apple product, pets, friends, family... Ect.
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Freedom
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hopfly wrote:

Freedom


What kind of freedom do you have now?
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Posted 3/12/13 , edited 3/12/13

hopfly wrote:

Freedom


Why would that happen? I believe we will have total freedom in the near future.

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PhyongHwa wrote:

Good music. It's already rare.


Agreed. Rap is already dead (Why? Lil Wayne happened). Pretty soon, singers will become relics and computers will generate the melodic verses (Paranoid much? No, auto-tune foreshadows this).
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blood... seconds... and many more little things ;o
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Sociopa wrote:

You will be forgotten.

People will lose their importance

Hardworking will be replaced by laziness


OP heartless eh? -,- not even hardwork will remain! MUAHAHAHA
Posted 3/12/13

Sociopa wrote:

You will be forgotten.

People will lose their importance

Hardworking will be replaced by laziness


Didn't the same paranoia occur last century when factories began using machinery?
Posted 3/12/13

xtangle wrote:


Sociopa wrote:

You will be forgotten.

People will lose their importance

Hardworking will be replaced by laziness


OP heartless eh? -,- not even hardwork will remain! MUAHAHAHA





ursae wrote:


Sociopa wrote:

You will be forgotten.

People will lose their importance

Hardworking will be replaced by laziness


Didn't the same paranoia occur last century when factories began using machinery?


I have no idea what you two are talking about
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No change will be permanent.
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It already happened but this post made me decided to give it one more final shout out. R.I.P. Pay Phones!
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Posted 3/12/13

kizna-chan wrote:

The one thing I'm afraid they will get rid of is BOOKS.. that would be truly sad. e-reader just aren't the same! Maybe it's just me but when I hold a really old book I think of all the places it's been and all the different people who might have read it. I also love the smell of books. With e-readers I just think germs and yes I know that doesn't make sense since old books probably have lots of germs too!


Random question, but have you read Fahrenheit 451?
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