As Penn Jillette once said: "Shopping, sex, and shopping for sex propel all new technology."
I remember well those heady "new media" days, and I probably have that first issue of "Wired" packed away somewhere. Thanks for the flashback. It was an interesting article from an interesting time.
Damn, Gerard. I used to read Wired and Omni all the time! What's this "Penthouse" you speak of?
At some point, someone can claim "I've seen it all" and actually be telling the truth. What then? Kids see more now online before puberty than their parents might in a lifetime, Weiner's wiener notwithstanding. Even if we protect them from the perverted Leftist agenda, it's impossible to protect them from online graphics. They'll see it at a friends' house if they don't see it at home. At least there was a time when kids could enjoy a childhood. Technology is great for adults, regardless. It's the future generations that are doomed to become thoroughly desensitized in the onslaught of missiles. Real intimacy is going extinct and quickly. Just ask Mrs. Weiner who now has to go through the heinous processes of pregnancy and childbirth and post-partum in the wake of her husband's... technological misdeeds. Excuse me while I go tweet photos of my cat. I never imagined myself tweeting anything, least of all a photo of my pussy. All's fair in love and technology. Just ask Wikileaks and Weiner supporters.
I was in Tananarive, Madagascar about 50 years ago. Their national art form was wooden statues featuring gigantic penises. They had a museum full of them.
The orgasm has replaced the cross as the focus of longing and fulfillment. ~Malcolm Muggeridge
He also said, "With modern technology we have reached the point where we are capable of knowing everything, and understanding nothing."
And my favorite, "God must certainly have a sense of humor. How else could he stand the eternal soap opera of human existence?"
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