Posts tagged future
Visit the mall early on any day and you’ll be thinking it has the best geriatric park benches and there must be some hospice nearby.
online ticketing system of Rockwell Power Plant Cinema, book movie tickets in advance for Power Plant Cinema
I have the utmost respect for wisdom and maturity but NOT FOR ATTITUDE AND ENTITLEMENT. You see, senior citizens enjoy enormous discounts here in the Philippines but more so in Makati City, with unlimited and unencumbered free movie tickets.
And herein lies the problem: they now DEMAND FOR RESPECT AND DEFERENCE, both of which are EARNED NOT DESERVED. If only I could ask for proof that they have, indeed, contributed to society and paid their due taxes enough to qualify in that my own taxes should pay for their free movie tickets.
I long for the day when perhaps five years from now, this mall will be mostly empty. When these particular geriatrics with their abusive, entitled, and rude behavior; setting a particularly obnoxious example to the future generations, are no longer among the living. Good riddance!
This is why the labor force of the future is 80% robots and 20% humans. If the coal miners and grass cutters and call centers do not prepare themselves for the coming jobpocalypse, they should all prepare to go hungry. If they’re alright with belt-tightening and basically starving, they should try not to have children as I do not wish to be responsible for those. Clearly, some people should not propagate more of their kind. </donvy>
While the Philippines ponders bewildered, perplexed, and stumped on how to run a light rail system whose origins date back to the beginning of the 20th century where early cities realized the contribution of mass transit to progress and development. In fact, Spain’s Department of Public Works for the Philippines started construction on a steam-powered tranvia way back in 1885. Oh how far we’ve gone… BACKWARDS!!! If you really want to know, the history of rail transport began in the 6th century BC in Ancient Greece. Oh how proud we Filipinos can be of our accomplishments. No really, what have we contributed to humanity? Reducing Manila population by the tens of thousands? Through government-initiated murder? By so-called Christians? </donvy>