Future’s bright, and however our generation and the one older than us (and the one younger than us) do to wreck things, I think they’ll find ways to make THEIR futures work.

Aw, that’s just gravity and telemeres / teleremes / whatever the heck.. bad copies of cells anyway.

Socially, they have to deal with the same crap we had to deal with. And if you want to keep up to date with the tech, just use it tongue emoticon I ran a Minecraft server for my nephew for 23 months straight, almost killing my laptop. Shut it down in Sept 2014 but in that time, ended up with tens of thousands of ppl of all ages, but mostly GenZ roleplaying, chatting away, and all I had to do is keep the thing functioning and pop up once in a while to stop some online bullying/ meangirl activity.

It reminded me that socially, things haven’t changed from generation to generation and also made me feel great hope for the future because no longer are they trapped in their family units and school scenarios but can have the same world-broadening that I was lucky enough to get from 1989 onwards. (my first 300 bps modem tongue emoticon )

Future’s bright, and however our generation and the one older than us (and the one younger than us) do to wreck things, I think they’ll find ways to make THEIR futures work.

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