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Hey World,

Okay, so yeah I have been seeing and reading lots of dystopia lately. It’s everywhere  and it’s so awesome. It also has been making me wonder and ponder and think some more. What if one of those dystopian futures really awaits this world. What if our infinite great grand children have to go threw something so awful. How will they survive and will they have to go on years and years trying to rebuild, trying remake a semblance of what we had? I hope not. I also wonder what kind of person I would be in that type of …life. Would I be one of the weak ones that died off easily. Would I be one of the nerdy ones that was needed by the strong. Or would I be one of the strong ones?

I was watching this show called, Revolutions and it was basically about how all and anything that had a bit of electricity or electrical workings suddenly turned off. So no electricity at all. Cars stopped everything turned off. Their was so way of communicating with anyone. No flights, no boats, no running water, it just simply off. Then it fast tracts 15 years after the big shut down and how all of it just fell apart. The United States as we know it cease  to exist and it all became a historical novel. One with feuding “territories” with warriors that fight with sword on foot or horseback and printing presses . It’s a great show and I totally recommend it.

So it was that show and others and of course the books like, The Hunger Games, Divergent, and other such books. that got me thinking. I want better future for my greats. I want those flying cars. LOL!

I know you guys have been bombarded with futuristic stuff. Not sure what you guys have been thinking. But, I hope not a zombie filled future.

 

 

ta-ta,

AGG

 

Sir Isaac Newton

"If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants."

William Shakespeare

"Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them."

Souza

"Dance as though no one is watching, Love as though you never been hurt, Sing as though no one can hear you, Live as though heaven is on earth."