Lately I've been looking at the world around me with a new sort of "pre-post-apocalyptic" eye.
An airplane flies over: "Wow, look at the amazing flying machines they used to have in the Before Times"
We get poke salad for dinner: "Wow, look at the bountiful fish harvests they used to feast on in the Before Times"
It's partly a way of preparing myself to say good-bye to all these things, partly a way of making everyday modern life seem magical.
@nindokag I'm With you up until the last but. you probably won't live to see the end of those things.
the fall is more of a slide down across like two hundred years than a crash in five.
j.m. Greer has some really great perspective on this
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