The world will never be the same place it was yesterday. Whether we are talking about environmental, social, or other changes, it is constantly evolving.
Long-term and subtle processes are often overlooked. Having the chance to discuss them, even online, gives us a glimpse of the direction we’re all headed in. Keep scrolling to see the answers to your Firewire64 questions.
Social acceptance of smoking in public. Like the smoke from an old lit cigarette.
I go all over the place at work and if someone smells like smoke it’s a noticeable event. Can you imagine someone lighting up *inside a restaurant*? Mostly you have to hide it. When you walk out of a store and smell cigarette smoke, it’s noticeable because it’s not always there. A big difference from 10 years ago. Twenty years ago it would have been unimaginable.
To be honest, it wasn’t popular at first, so I hope it continues to decline in popularity as it’s just a fad that the rich peddle.
Leisure. Unless you’re wealthy, vacations are shocking. On Monday I took his first sick day in over a year and was told that he would have to make up time even if he worked overtime.
Even when I’m not working, my shifts are so long that I feel like I’m losing a day, and holidays are the only chance I have to catch up on cleanings and doctor’s appointments, because life is hard to sustain. , time to do leisure activities. With so little time to waste, even watching TV or cooking a meal feels like an investment of time.
Tell me what you mean? Find cheap and neat items at antique stores and second-hand clothing stores. Most places charge exorbitant amounts for the items they get, especially for legitimate antiques and unique items. They are knick-knacks and decorations, and no one wants them anymore.
I think we’re also phasing out, or at least slowing down, out of all the cheap product phases. Repurposing has never been easier thanks to the Internet. No more struggling to figure out how to fix it or buying the missing parts or the tools you need to get the job done.
Think Straw broke a camel’s back in a comedy sitcom. How I Me Met your Father was the first one used in years and it’s… not good uncomfortable to look at
So you could say they’re finally being phased out and non-laughter freaking has become the norm (it’s been around for years, but it’s becoming the norm).