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Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Florida, Oosa
I'm looking forward to it. The previous decade was better than the noughties for me, as I experienced the whole of our society change due to 9/11. The Noughties did have good music playing on the radio, that was more mainstream, but that is all part of the process of getting older I suppose, old music sounds better, you no longer can connect with new music because you are not part of it all anymore. Those who are younger now, will one day be complaining about how the music in the 10s was amazing, but the music of the 30s completely blows.
Movies have always been a hit or miss, I don't remember any decade just pumping out one blockbuster after another. We have star wars right now, and Marvel movies which are pretty kick ***.
Gaming still kicks ***, it just keeps getting better for me. Plus I have all of my old games, and people are still creating older style games.
Technology is one I'm looking forward to, social media is eventually going to dry up. Once AI is sophisticated enough to be people's best friend, humans are more than likely to stop socializing for the sake of socializing with strangers as often. Movies will be made on the spot, as well as games, custom-tailored for you, VR will become smaller and more affordable, integrated augmented reality will eventually become a reality. It all sounds pretty sweet to me. Social media of the 10s though has been really crappy, I have mostly avoided it.. It is funny because most of us internet denizens all hated the idea of social media in the early 2000s, we knew it would blow.
World affairs have been pretty bad for a while. I remember when we were under constant nuclear threat by the USSR, those were pretty scary times..
The few things I am not looking forward to, are my loved ones passing away. Honestly, I think I was born in the wrong era, I want more technology integration in my life.
Live and let live
"Whoever fights monsters should
see to it that in the process he does not become a
monster. And if you gaze long enough into an abyss,
the abyss will gaze back into you."