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I can understand what you mean, but honestly this is supposed to be more of a science fiction drama and not so much of a future documentary. Besides, plastic polymers don't have to be restricted to that color and I highly doubt that everything in the future will be just one color/monochromatic.
I suppose that's true, although if you think about it, radio IS obsolete. At least the kind of radio we're used to. It just doesn't know when to die. With the growing popularity of youtube and other internet services, and the mobility of the internet on phones, I think more and more music will be released online first ...more
Mark my words, given JetBlue's already stellar past, and now this, and with rising costs for airlines, they will be the next big airline to go out of business.
They don't seem to realize that they're not the only ones hurting in this economy. EVERYONE is. So making it even more difficult for people to want to pay to...more