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I . . . can't think of anything good to talk about >< Sorry. Been kinda like this all day, actually. Feeling kinda . . . brain dead . . uuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrhrhhhhh . . . I may as well be a zombie . . . . .
So, on that note, let's talk about technology. Cause like, people are always saying that with out new fancy shmancy smartphones and so on, we're becoming more dependent on them, and becoming more and more useless you know? Like . . . zombies~
Over winter break, I drove down to Tucson to visit the Pima Air and Space museum, and check some of the planes at the boneyard. Literally, dozens of dozens of older aircraft just left there to rot under the blazing Arizona sun, unless otherwise needed. From Cold War era gear, to Gulf War aircraft. And it's just kinda crazy that, at one point in time, those scrapped F-16s, F-4s and 5s, were the cutting edge of aerial technology. Point of it all is, ever stopped to think how things might look in the near future?