Are you optimistic about the future? Why or why not?

Are you optimistic about the future? Why or why not?

What do you think?

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  1. I’m not optimistic. As technology advances and geopolitical tensions rise, I can see something existential happening within the next 30-50 years. Most likely either a pandemic with Omicron’s transmissibility plus a high fatality rate created using an at-home device accessible to the general public or a nuclear exchange wiping most of us out.

  2. Yes, it seems like everything is going right recently. I finally feel content with where I’m at and I feel like it’s going to stay this way for a long time

  3. For myself? Yes. My career has been going really well. My exercise routine and therapy are starting to pay off. Things are looking up for me in general.

    For the world as a whole? No. Not one bit. Everything seems to be getting worse and worse. The cyberpunk dystopia fiction of the 80s was right about everything in today’s world. And there isn’t anything we can do about it.

  4. yeah, I think the world will be better. the current world is a bit crap, with Russia and the USA being a right mess, but climate change is being dealt with, and I have full confidence that both countries will eventually regain their sanity when the newer generations take the reigns.

    It’s gonna suck for a bit, but it will improve.

  5. No. I’ve been waiting for a diagnosis for my son for 2 years, I know he has autism but can’t receive help until he’s diagnosed. I just want answers for my baby boy.

  6. Not for the next generations but for humanity yes. Shits getting weird and it would be cool to see how civilization looks like in the distance future

  7. Not at all. This is because we have had a bunch of surplus babies of the 1950s and 60s run the economy and these guys made policy by mass siphoning public wealth to enrich private holdings.

    Now these guys have set us back in time to pre Australiapithacus levels, socially. Unless the current generation breaks free from the teachings of the 1960s and 70s generation, there’s no hope at all for the future unless ET comes and bails us all out.

  8. I am planning on starving myself. If I still have saggy boobs by the time I reach 100lbs (BMI of 16-17 I think) I am going to self oof. Saggy boobs are not normal for young women, even those who have lost weight. Ella Henderson, Paige Turley and Arilena Ara all lost 100lbs each and you can see it in their apron stomachs and candle like leg skin. But their breasts are just as perky as fake breasts. Meanwhile I have smaller breasts at 300+lbs than all of them and they sag down to my belly button.

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