Many people in other countries say we in the US and you in UK have way too many choices. Maybe we do.
You and I were thinking along the same lines today. Is technology always a good thing? Is it inevitable?
Thanks for the smile.
Increasing choices has not helped our young folk decide on careers certainly.
dave i wonder if the challenge people face is that the ability to make decisions hasn't kept up with the growing access to a broader range of possibilities? funny shirt. steven
Some clever photoshopping on someone's part? It's certainly appropriate! Less choice may have made life simpler; not sure it made folks happier!
Ain't it the truth, both grinny stuff and tanka.
Self aware, other aware,aware of you own awareness -the only choice is to ration allchoices to the overaware or the underwearwith the best logo.
I dream of living in a simpler time ... but it's only a dream. Love that shirt! And your tanka of course!
now there is a jersey i'd wear.awesome!great tanka, too - all of this stuff was supposed to make life simpler - but it's just more to manage.
Yes, i yearn for the days of "hunt the bear- kill and eat it"...so simple...
You have quite simply and fiercely touched an raw nerve of our time.Technology: it's enough to see how people almost seems to take for granted queuing for hours waiting for their turn in a mobile phone shop in which air conditioning reaches North Pole temperatures...
I love the word "ditherers" -- splendid use of it!PS: And technology? I love it, I hate it!! :)
Hmm. I'm not so sure. The ease it has given us leaves more time, to my mind. I cannot imagine boiling the copper up to do the washing, or beating rugs, or etc.I love washing machines and hoovers, and feel enormously privileged that when I want to purchase some arcane item (usually a very certain Knex construction kit) I can find it via the internet and they deliver to my home. Love the shirt though.
TechnoBabeI think so, but it's not only - or even mostly - the range of choice that's made life so complicated. It's technology from predictive texting onwards and upwards.HelenThe ways in which it is used are not always good.CarlDitto for the comment.TaborI can understand that.StevenMM, I dothink it's more than choices, though. Technology inhibits some.DerrickAgreed. The photo was sent me.DickSadly - twice!KassThat is just brilliant! Thanks.HelenMaybe dreams could have a part to play?joaquinA warm welcome to my blog and many than ks for stopping by to comment.I think your last line puts it exactly.LindaNot sure I'd go quite that far - but I think they may be coming.TommasoThat says it all. Absolutely spot on!TerresaI think you speak for the majority... should we add:- but can't live without it?TitusI can't find it in me to disagree with any of that. I suppose it's the later generation technology, above washers and cleaners and things.
i like it..
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