This is my observation...people have so many expensive nice and cool things, but they are often angered mad or depressed...others have nothing at all(only each other)and yet they are still verry happy!
I have more fun than I could TEXTING AND CALLING my friends that I see 5 days a week. And if I really ever need anything my mom gives me her phone to make the call or text. You live a better and happier life aand you learn so much more and become so much more social when you r oustide and not behind a phone or computer or whatver all the time
So true lolz, but I see your point and in my opinion, being on the computer and stuff is better because I get to talk to my friends and family AND play games and be actually entertained at the same time.
I still don't have a laptop...or an iPod...or a Facebook.... And you had these fascinating things called "board games". I'm sure many of the little children these days don't understand the meaning of the word. True story.
when i was 10 in the 80s.. everyone had a nintendo or at least an atari - and if you didn't one of your friends did. the concept of only having the outside is rediculous.... what did you play with? sticks and rocks? did you eat berries for breakfast too?
Seriously, whos parents buy them that stuff. Thats like 5000 dollars right there. My family computer btoke down so im down to using my moms phone. I dont have a phone, a facebook, and i dont have a laptop. The only thing i have that is techi. I only have a wii with 2 games and a gmail!!! Im 11!!!!!
tots agree look our whole world is technology and no one ever plays outside anymore yesterday i was on a run and i saw a little boy playing on his swingset and i just thought i remember when i was little which was only a couple years ago cause i am 11 but i still remember those days
I love it - but you forgot that we did have lincoln logs. Also, there were really good shows on t.v. then and we did not have cable - does anyone else remember we only had up to channel 13 and you had to spend so much time adjusting the two antennas on top of your t.v. it was hardly worth it. Oh - and our high tech video game - PING - wow that was really exciting.
Yeah besides not everyone has the money 4 thechnology I mean I had to buy my old ipod shuffle and it teaches you the value of people when u dont have a lot of matereal stuff I know a lot of people who are more selfish than satan (figuratively) because they live w8th technology in the center of their lives
Yes i remember. We went outside and played freeze tag in the backyard. We rode bikes up and down the street. Played jacks and jumped rope. Your phone was two paper cups and a string. LOL. Then came atari and we played tv tennis.