Technology is often talked about in positive terms when it comes to communication. Being able to talk to people halfway across the world on the computer or telephone, access to a nearly unlimited wealth of information several seconds away with a Google search, and talking with distant loved ones via email or phone call proves this.
Now, while technology may improve the speed and accessibility of communication, certain aspects of technology have sure turned our nation in to bumbling buffoons bereft of the ability of sentence construction. Think about how text messaging has paired our language down to shitty acronyms, abbreviations, and lame internet shorthand. The English language has about 500,000 words. Try talking to a 14 year old. I guarantee the pubescent puke below knows of maybe 50 of those 500,000!
What can you do about it? Nothing, really. Just know one of the main factors distinguishing us from lower-order animals is diminishing as rapidly as our technological capability increases. Soon enough we’ll be reduced to grunting Troglodytes zipping about in Lasermobiles.
WTF kind of life is that? GTFO Noob, or risk PWNAGE.