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September 10, 2013 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Life
What George Orwell failed to predict in “1984” was that we’d buy the cameras and turn them on ourselves, and our biggest fear is that nobody was watching us.
A whole generation of socially and emotionally stunted morons, and nobody sees it. It’s unfathomable to me.
Then again, you’re talking to a guy who thought that there was no way reality television would ever replace scripted television and only doctors and lawyers would ever have cell phones. This world is a wreck. When they drop the bomb, I only want to live long enough to watch everyone else burn.
They were all checking redtube…