Current Year Appreciation Thread (3)

1 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

Although the quality of any year can be measured against what the general population considers "good" or "bad," it is extremely difficult to measure the quality of the current year.
People of the past waited for the future -- while we, the people of the future, wish to return to the past. Could it be that we tend to overlook the benefits of each year when distracted by the downsides?
What do we currently have that people in 1980 would have been amazed by, and what do we have that people in 2060 will wish to return to?

2 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

Most people find the shock collars and location nodules irritating, but they solve a lot of problems that the people of 1980 just had to live with, and wherever they're introduced the M-I index increases 20-30%. That's pretty amazing.

Unfortunately, I think we're going to see the end of sol-vac days within our lifetime. About a decade ago, you could pretty much count on having five or ten a month, even in a large city, because most good jobs would cover them. Now they've got half-days and mid-vac days, you can trade them in for tax bracketing... I don't get more than three a month myself when you add it all together, and I don't think I'm unusual in that.

3 Name: キタ━━━━━━━━( ・∀・)━━━━━━━━!!!! [Del]

My uncle works in the amp tuning business and says it's due to a lithium acetate shortage overseas. Finding suppliers is tough business and you've gotta know someone who knows someone. The new amp-less tech doesn't hold a light to the real thing. First and last time I tried it, my carpal burnt out and I had to get a new one.

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