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- Sat, 16 Nov 2019 20:00:52 EST 0RHHXdSE No.57885
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lets talk about the 1970's, the decline since of technological progress outside of the semiconductor industry, and how and why everything after the 1970's is not as good as people were expecting it to be. what do you think happened?
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Hedda Duzzlechock - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 20:06:25 EST 0n7WzI3X No.57886 Reply
people had dumb expectations and are either lacking in historical perspective or just ignorant and simple for not realizing that the internet is more mind boggling and seismically important than literally anything that was ever on the jetsons

the 70s specifically were also the last gasp of the most prosperous boom mankind had ever seen and so people who had been raised on an expectation of constant exponential economic growth and infinite personal possibilities are pissed that that stopped being the case
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Fanny Brozzlefield - Sun, 17 Nov 2019 06:27:56 EST D8RoSeMw No.57887 Reply
>the decline since of technological progress outside of the semiconductor industry

Nanotech and genetics.
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John Favingfield - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 19:39:55 EST qGF0vl49 No.57901 Reply
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>>57887

Logistics, workflow, management techniques, social programming and manipulation, mass media, global trends, consolidation of industry, death of the labor movement, autonomous vehicles, gig economy, microprocessors, higgs boson, understanding of gravity and black holes, dark matter, commercial space travel, global positioning systems, seismology, oceanography, steel processing and refining, automated assembly lines, value engineering, planned obsolescence.

A robot doing your job and fucking your husband.
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Archie Crottingridge - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 20:23:47 EST IlyKIasb No.57904 Reply
>>57901
Those who can't adapt to the future are the first to complain about it.
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Reuben Honnercocke - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 02:12:52 EST qGF0vl49 No.57905 Reply
>>57903

That's why the Budd rail company went out of business.

Made great train carriages, but they didn't uhh, you know, break, like ever.

So they sold em once, then had no business
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Reuben Honnercocke - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 02:13:45 EST qGF0vl49 No.57906 Reply
>>57904

100% agree i'm fucked, I don't even have any social media
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Charles Fadgehood - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 23:56:05 EST D8RoSeMw No.57907 Reply
>>57905
Also there was a conspiracy to kill trains the US. They probably could have continued in some form if the US had rail investments similar to every other industrialized country.
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Viustryius rich - Thu, 02 Jan 2020 14:13:28 EST pI+tydfP No.57926 Reply
>>57885
People just slaved themselves to mentors. Volunteers training should be a success. A full circle in how things work is how we're bettering our society. If we had it right in 1970s. Bruh. Bruh. You already know.
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Eugene Buzzham - Fri, 31 Jan 2020 00:23:28 EST btJ6w7p4 No.57943 Reply
>>57907

I want to hear more about this train killing conspiracy.

I believe, but I want to know the methodology.
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Priscilla Memblehood - Mon, 04 May 2020 02:53:39 EST s5wDVJAH No.57978 Reply
>>57904
This mindset is fucking stupid, why not make the future adapt to the needs of average people?
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Martin Murdhall - Sun, 14 Jun 2020 18:42:33 EST tSw9Aauy No.57994 Reply
> decade universally labelled the psychedelic drug using hippy revolution era of music
> What went wrong?

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Hugh Clayford - Fri, 26 Jun 2020 02:38:50 EST mYikac1y No.58000 Reply
>>57994
vietnam fucking sucked dude, and so did the introduction of mechanized warfare, and so do people who are trying to adopt new ideas and navigate morality as the same time

it's probably the fact that every country wants to accept gold even though none of them use gold and that rich people use it as a way out because the end is that accountancy is tougher. oh well, i stopped being comprehensive because it seemed like everyone was slightly rude. everyone buy krugerrands except the ones from the 80s those krugerrands are the bad krugerrands you dont want those krugerrands/
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Cornelius Nicklestock - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 21:15:35 EST sK2zALtF No.58011 Reply
The 70s has so much inovation i music it is staggering.
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Walter Semmleshaw - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 05:04:07 EST EDZZZ3IE No.58018 Reply
Wasn't there a huge gas crisis and recession in the 70's? Didn't serial killers spike in that era as well? Really doesn't seem that fantastic, and I think some people of that time were pleased with the 80's
User is currently banned from all boards
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Nathaniel Muttinggold - Thu, 21 Apr 2022 16:34:36 EST T7GkyuND No.58278 Reply
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i think color TV and literally going to the fucking MOON 1969 just made everyone think OK, MICROWAVES, TV, SPACE, ICECREAM

and from there you begin to see both a great transformative decline and improvement with technology and humanity clashing from the next decades onward. At least where things kept developing in that rate of growth.

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