By Parusu - 13/02/2014 00:52 - United States - Orlando
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Talk about it! At least you're not a mature person stuck in this generation! I'm more mature and I'm 13!
27-Well that's depressing! So that means that every 20 years it's getting worse and worse. The morals and respect of some of them are almost nonexistent. They're getting pregnant at 11 & 12. They put the most idiotic things on the web and get praised for it. They put the worst personalities of people on tv and pay them to be "role models". I wonder about the next 20 years. Something positive has to come out of this. OK people, my rant is over.
Yeah, it's pretty ridiculous. I saw a post about a 12 year-old having a nearly 2 year old child! Why would anyone be proud to look back and say that they had sexual relations at such a young age? Also the amount of time people spend on electronics is... just wow. You used to see little kids playing with toys or other chldren, now they play on iphones and brainwash their own self. My own mom is addicted to her phone sometimes. Do they realize what this is doing? It's corrupting EVERYONE, even me sometimes. Do you know how frustrating it is to talk to someone when they're staring at their phone? "Hey mom, I had a bad day and I need to talk to you for advice." *Mom stares at phone and doesn't hear her because she's soooo absorbed in her game. If I could choose any year to be born in and grow up in, it would be years faarrr before electronics were invented. It sounds crazy, what I'll say next, but I've dreamt of being born in a different century since I was 6. I'm 14 now, and the dream only grows stronger. I'd become Amish if it were possible. I dream of sitting down at a table with my family to eat dinner and discuss things as a FAMILY. It seems like I don't even have a family anymore. I want to have grown up working on a farm and doing daily chores. I want my family to actually get up and go to church with me every Sunday. Reading books is the closest I can get to my idea of a perfect life.
Although, it does seem like people are very dependent on technology. Ever been in a movie theater? In the past 6 months, have you been to a movie and not seen at least one person check their phone more than once? Have you yourself been watching a movie while texting on your phone? I'm not saying don't use the technology, hell, that's why it's there, but there is a time and a place for it. If you can't go 2 hours without texting someone, be with them instead of at the movies. Sorry for the rant, but god, that bugs the shit out of me. If you have to use your phone, at least turn the damn brightness down. But, who cares right? It's an "I got mine" kind of world.
#83, Alright, I admit that I did not word that right. There are good things about advancing technology, but the amount of negatives seem to drown out the positive. I may of said what I did, but to be honest I'm a bit of a hypocrite. There have been sick people and wrong doings in the past, I realize that. But if you think about it, the number just continues to increase, and there's no stopping it now. You could be the kindest, greatest person in the world, but it wouldn't change the facts. You could donate your entire savings for a good cause, but it will never make up all the wrongs people in this world have done. Things. Are. Just. Going. To. Get. Worse.
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Please tell me you stopped your car before jumping out otherwise you do not deserve the sympathy of this forum.
I'll tell them what it is then :p a vine is a very short video (usually about 7 seconds long) that usually features something hilarious or cool (the maker seem to think it's hilarious or cool anyway) self-made by random people. You can find them on various sites including Facebook by searching "Best Vines" or "Best of Vines"
Wow. That's what this generation has come to.
Well let's hope she doesn't become a teen mother...