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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Lanius, Aug 22, 2013.
My great-grandparents lived into their 80s and 90s, so let's goooooooo.
77 years old
Old enough to forget it.
I'll be two weeks and two days above 82 years old.
Do you think we'll all log onto our quantum PCs and celebrate that the world didn't end?
I'm going to take a gamble and say most of us are European or American, and we might have a good shot to survive the predictable crises of this century intact, especially if we keep our economies and technology going. I think, realistically, 80 and 90 will still suck, but that we might enjoy our 50s and 60s much better than previous generations.
It really does beg the question - why live so long? The twilight isn't as glorious as the dawn, and it's so much longer. Who wants to be a wrinkled old wreck for most of their lives, even with advancements in technology? I severely doubt we could just cut out our brains and put them into hot cyborg bodies, even by 2070. It's almost 2020. For the guys here who were aware and experienced the 90s, I would like to hear what you guys thought the world would be like now. To me, nothing's changed since 1995 save computer tech.
Three Billion, Three Hundred & Ninety Four Million, Three Hundred & Ninety Six Thousand, Eight Hundred Seconds.
94. At that age, I might seek out that doctor Eddie Winter went to. (expects things to be thrown at me....)
But in all seriousness, I wouldn't mind living forever
I would be 77 years old. I have a chance to see that day.
81 :/ not sure if I'd prefer the nuclear apocalypse or the fourth corporate war of Night City tbh lol
102. Is there somebody older than me?
90 years old. Doubt my liver will last that long though...
Too freaking old to give a damn.
I wouldn't want to live to 2077 in the first place, senile, weak, wrinkly and rotting in some nursing home. And the apocalypse could happen next month, next year, 10 years from now, who knows.