Was you happy with no Internet? - I was. Can't say Internet has bought something good to me. Now people are spending 23/7 hours per week on the Internet, and this is horrible. I miss those super days when youth and grown-ups were walking parks with no self(ish) phones. They chatted to each other not through those damned messengers, but directly. There was no plague, and I guess there would be no plague if that parasite called Internet wouldn't come to our houses.
I doubt those globalization processes can be stopped. Modern youth don't even know how it be with no Internet. They think it is absolutely natural.
I wish something will be discovered that the Internet is a super bad for humanity, and then it will be destroyed for good! It will probably save all the humanity from this fast degradation.
Last Edit: Apr 25, 2021 19:21:55 GMT by Eugene 2.0
I always think about my childhood with a smile on my face. It was a great time. I spent all my free time outdoors playing with my friends. We didn't have phones and didn't use the Internet, and we were happy. Everything happened in real life (talks, love, disputes, friendship, etc.). We were much more socialized than the modern generation. And I noticed that there were fewer children with mental disorders, depression, anxiety, panic attacks. I've been recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (I'm on tecfidera and feel fine now). My doctor told me that it is easier for me to manage this disease as I was healthy and active when I was a kid. I think we need to change something.
I am really glad to hear it.
Unfortunately many teenagers and even grownups hate the disconnected people from elsewhere. As for me the Internet is nothing, but a mania. Maybe ten-fifteen years ago it was fun, and there were no politics there, later it turned to a swamp of oozy frogs.
So I'm looking forward to a day when the Internet will be destroyed once and for all. I know it is less possible, than a dinosaur be met, but I do hope.
The friendship here is plastic. People here are plastic. And everything is unnatural and cold. There's no warm relationships, no true kisses, no friendly pain, no friendly toxic jokes, no nothing – the desert of reality.