I don't get what sounds insufferable here. Bourbon! Girls in summer dresses! Someone reading a book! Sounds pretty nice, I think!
Hmmm... does anyone else smell the unmistakeable odor of a trust fund here?
@libmas It's also rather convenient to have everything we hate about Millennials concentrated into a single human being.
"Listen all y'all, it's decoupage"
Haha you said fart.
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"Dr Kwan also reckons we will have more pigmented skin to protect against more harmful UV radiation outside of the Earth's atmosphere", and yet the illustration is of white people.
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@sonugupta I bet she can dress however she wants! She can even dress like a laptop dancer!
@stuffisthings : The DC metro is basically a subway system dropped from an alternate universe where humans consume no food and produce no waste, carpeting is a perfectly reasonable floor-covering for public transportation, and all escalators are outdoors because they work better in the rain.
I agree to a certain extent especially since I'm old enough to recall the pre-Internet era. Anything is what you choose to make of it. But most people aren't encourage to make that choice -- they are supposed to just be passive consumers of the latest thing. What really bothers me is the reification, if you will, of things that used to be available for free and were merely part of ordinary life -- these things are now sold to us by a corporate entity under the guise of "connect with friends" "live a better life." By implication, any time not spent on the Net is valueless because it's of benefit to no one since no profit can be made off it.
"Joshua Harris, a billionaire hedge fund founder . . . .
His neighbor, Mark Rachesky, another billionaire hedge fund founder . . . . Chris Shumway, who closed his $8 billion hedge fund two years ago . . . ."
Christ, what a hole of ass.