We go from being “current” to being “past” the moment we start saying “REMEMBER THE GOOD OL’ DAYS?”

There’s a little Luddite in every generation that grows up to see what’s “Future Tech” to them.

We go from being “current” to being “past” the moment we start saying “REMEMBER THE GOOD OL’ DAYS?”

[kids do it just as much – nostalgia is something all people go through]

That “Things were better without today’s [x]” thing , I think, KEEP the past alive, sometimes progressing deeper into an interest of simpler and simpler technologies… a nostalgia even for times PROCEEDING one’s own childhood, and into their parents generation, grandparents generation… and then even back hundreds or thousands of years.

That’s why I don’t worry so much about it.

For as many people blindly tethered to assuming “The Way Things Are” is “The Way Things Will Always Be”, there are many more who long for “a simpler time”.

[each of whom have a different idea what a simpler time is]

With the combined ADDITIONAL education within the population that we already have, we can survive any technological breakdown without much difficulty.

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