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Are People Getting More Lazy
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Are people getting more lazy as technology gets us more immersed in something that is right in front of us? It makes sense I mean our minds can feel so busy and we are constantly thinking, problem solving, and biggest one, communicating and we don't even have to get our asses off the couch. Whats this going to do for our children once they get older? I mean whats the next 15 years of technology going to bring since the last 15 have been so drastic? Will the majority realize that their psychical bodies are quite important part of survival?
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Posted 11/8/14 , edited 11/8/14
Yes.

Proof: This post.
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Hmm.. "Are people getting more lazy?" Yes and no. It's not so much people are getting lazier, it's just.. Those already lazier at heart are being given more opportunities to be lazy, with technological advancements.. And nowadays, it has gotten easier to be lazy.. Lol. So, even those who aren't usually lazy, may get a little too comfortable being so. But, I have an odd approach to how I look at the term laziness.. So there is only so much I can say on this subject.
Posted 11/8/14 , edited 11/8/14
humans are a creature of habit, people who are prone to being inactive will become inactive whether technology evolved or not.

that's why you need to instill good habits into young children, they can change their habits. adults can't change theirs unless they really try and are self-consciously aware.
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Posted 11/8/14 , edited 11/8/14
No, not overall. Some individuals? I can see it.

People busting their backs in a rice paddy, someone spending their day shoveling horse manure, splitting wood for hours, etc... oughtn't be labeled "lazy" and "technology dependent" by default.
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I put a lot of effort into my games!
Posted 11/8/14

aeb0717 wrote:

No, not overall. Some individuals? I can see it.

People busting their backs in a rice paddy, someone spending their day shoveling horse manure, splitting wood for hours, etc... oughtn't be labeled "lazy" and "technology dependent" by default.


could say, those who are not technology dependent are lazy.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

I put a lot of effort into my games!


Me as well, and also into watching anime, reading manga/light novels, and programming computers for university!
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severticas wrote:



could say, those who are not technology dependent are lazy.


Possibly. Folks who avoid the effort of upgrading and whatnot are arguably lazy. There are other angles to it, but I'm lazy enough to leave it unspoken.
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Posted 11/8/14

aeb0717 wrote:


severticas wrote:



could say, those who are not technology dependent are lazy.


Possibly. Folks who avoid the effort of upgrading and whatnot are arguably lazy. There are other angles to it, but I'm lazy enough to leave it unspoken.


too many words used.. you've been disqualified from the lazy tornament.
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Posted 11/8/14

severticas wrote:



too many words used.. you've been disqualified from the lazy tornament.


Crap.
Posted 11/8/14
we are not lazy enough.
Posted 11/8/14
I tend to think technology streamlines efficiency and helps people with their daily tasks. It's nearly impossible to live in this world without a job.
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