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Bree 1 year ago
So.... 4, 13, and 18... nothing about the internet age prevents you from doing any of these things. 17 as well to some extent (newspapers are dying, but they are still there)

9 and 10 - you mean to say things are more convenient now?

14 - you mean you were the annoying guy who always claimed to "know" stuff. Now people can call you on your sh#t.

19 - I am guessing you never had much of an attention span
       
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Alfy 1 year ago
Bree,

I miss not being surrounded by smug dill weeds.
       
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Bree 1 year ago
Alfy,

I know right?
       
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Penelope 1 year ago
People used to be able to disagree without hating each other
       
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Deborah 1 year ago
Penelope,

I think history proves you wrong there... In practically all of Europe for example you either were a Christian or you were dead. Just one of themany examples I'm afraid.
       
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Hopkins 1 year ago
Being able to do stupid stuff and only my friends would know about it and maybe remember now instead of it being immortalized in a video posted everywhere. (thank god there's no videos and almost no pictures...) drinks
       
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Elouise 1 year ago
#6 wasn't a Saturday AM cartoon. That's The Ambiguously Gay Duo from SNL. LOL kiss
       
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Parsuny 1 year ago
#16 You and I had very different uses for the Sears catalog.
       
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Abiel 1 year ago
I miss not being aware of how many stupid people there are in the world. Before social media, I just assumed most of us had common sense. Nope.
       
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Woody 1 year ago
#17 Dear Editor. Yes, reading the paper with a loved one was very common, and many people still do it today. But admittedly it is a habit formed by those whose ways were set before the advent of the smartphone. So, as a 40 year old... I don't do it, but my parents still do.
       

"The absolute absence of push notifications.

Life just waited for you like a good person"

 

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