Our time period will, in future centuries, be called "The Age of ________"?
In a few centuries from now, what do you think our time period will be called? The Age of (what?).
Intellectual Dark Age...........................................................................
What an interesting question... the first thing that came to my mind was 'Stupidity"... though I'm sure that is way to negative,
That was also the first to come to mind for me too. lol
Well, we do see a lot of that, Rochelle. Hope I am not included in the category. hahahaha
Ah hahaha. This seems to be overwhelmingly the most prominent thought. I was thinking that this would be called "The Age of Google" - I guess that is not a popular answer.
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