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At least the kids will know how to play Angry Birds better better than any other generation since that's the only game that they play
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This is great.

Imagine in the future, when kids are even weaker, and the hardest bully at school can barely lift a juice carton. But, because the nerds are even weaker still, they'd still go down like a sack of shit when hit with all the force of a feather floating through the air.
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Terrified, weak people are easier to control.
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I live on farm. **** yeah farmers tans, sweat, tractors, and strength.
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> stage one - kids don't leave the house - even school is accessible at home
> stage two - adults consequently don't leave either
> stage three - dinosaur monkeys slowly dominate the earth without anybody knowing
> stage four - dinosaur monkeys eventually run their own dinosaur monkey businesses
> stage five - all computer services are replaced by dinosaur monkey internet
> stage six - humans leave their homes and get anally raped by dinosaur monkeys
> stage seven - world peace is achieved
> stage eight - dinosaur monkeys don't leave their lairs
> stage nine - alan carr slowly dominates the earth
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Well obviously less exercise means strength is likely to suffer, but aren't the jobs children will be doing in the future less likely to require a lot of physical activity as well?
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Well obviously less exercise means strength is likely to suffer, but aren't the jobs children will be doing in the future less likely to require a lot of physical activity as well?

It also means less overall health - physical and mental. Getting your body moving is essential to being a healthy person.
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Well obviously less exercise means strength is likely to suffer, but aren't the jobs children will be doing in the future less likely to require a lot of physical activity as well?

Ya, until the robots that they had to invent in order to do the manual labour they're too weak to do become self aware and start bullying them for Lunch Money.
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Im fairly sure that article applies to 70% of the people posting/viewing this thread.

I mean, I know I certainly stay inside and play guitar WAAAAY more than I ever exercise. The only muscles I regularly exercise are my wrist muscles. (alternatepickfapfapalternatepicking)

That said, I ran a 10k assault course 2 months ago without training (im still a scrawny bastard though and should exercise more
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Ya, until the robots that they had to invent in order to do the manual labour they're too weak to do become self aware and start bullying them for Lunch Money.

Dumb ass. Robots don't eat lunch.
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Im fairly sure that article applies to 70% of the people posting/viewing this thread.

I mean, I know I certainly stay inside and play guitar WAAAAY more than I ever exercise. The only muscles I regularly exercise are my wrist muscles. (alternatepickfapfapalternatepicking)

That said, I ran a 10k assault course 2 months ago without training -the point still applies though.


Even though I live on a farm, as mentioned, and consequently have to do frequent labor, it still applies to me. I am a lot weaker than my brothers at my age. They built treehouses and cannons and biked everywhere. I read and play guitar.
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This is hardly news to me. This decline has existed ever since mankind became dependent on machines and factories in a regard.

Less and less exercise is given on a daily basis as there are elevators, cars, trains, computers yada yada.

That's the reason why people has started to excersise on their spare time more often and intense than before. It's needed to grab the excercise we would otherwise gain by the day-to-day work on the field etc.
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Dumb ass. Robots don't eat lunch.

Why would that stop them from stealing lunch money? Maybe money is lunch.
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Im fairly sure that article applies to 70% of the people posting/viewing this thread.

Pretty much no for me - I train for two hours per day during the week, and three on Saturday. That's for something I love to do, though. It's much harder - has been in the past - when I was simply working out to work out. Finding something active you enjoy is the key, and I'm pretty sure there's something everyone could enjoy. It just takes work and effort to find it.

But coming from a person who used to be 320lbs and horribly unhealthy, being stagnant is much more harmful to you than just being physically weaker. It affects just about everything you do and every facet of your overall health, and when you change it, the difference is huge in a matter of a week. The trend of kids spending more time stationary is awful, and it's going to begin really affecting us as a society.

But who can blame the kids, really? They're brought up glued into any contraption that lets their absentee parents pretend like they don't exist. If something's going to change, it has to change parentally first.

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I think a lot of it is the attitude forming among parents. Each generations gets progressively more protective of their children. I climbed trees and rode my bike all the time when I was a kid. If I got scraped or something, a parent would clean it up and tell me to be careful. Now a lot of parents won't let the scrape be a possibility.
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i once fell out of a tree into a bonfire.

also in the future we wont need strength, we will have robots doing all the hard stuff so we can study philosophy and make art (until the machines fight back will all that equal right stuff)
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Falling of a branch somewhere in '02/'03 gave me a concussion. That stopped me from climbing trees...

Sounds like you and climbing had a....falling out.
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No shit.
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Even though I live on a farm, as mentioned, and consequently have to do frequent labor, it still applies to me. I am a lot weaker than my brothers at my age. They built treehouses and cannons and biked everywhere. I read and play guitar.


Your brothers built cannons? I know kids build treehouses, but I've never heard of one having to be fortified...

It's not like we have to use strength continuously in our jobs either. There are less manual labour jobs now, and more office types than there were previously. The only issue is overall health, but medical care is advancing appropriately to continue caring for them even with their weakened immune systems.
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I think it's pretty bad, and eventually it will catch up to us. most kids are too pampered and have not worked for what they have gotten. theirs nothing wrong with being born into a good family and having it easy, but at least appreciate what you have, don't just expect to have it
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we've kinda been caring more about technology, nice clothes, and other external things rather than developing what we actually are born with (body, brain) for a while. It's kind of at a point where people look at their own health (the most important thing you own...) and just go "uuuh, fvck it"

if i have kids, i'm getting them on a vigorous weightlifting routine as early as possible. Ill never let my kids be lazy and bony looking or fatasses
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Your brothers built cannons? I know kids build treehouses, but I've never heard of one having to be fortified...


Oh we build cannons all the time. In fact my oldest brother and I built one on saturday to shoot tennis balls. We have a machine shop on our farm as well, so it's no problem to put it all together.
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we've kinda been caring more about technology, nice clothes, and other external things rather than developing what we actually are born with (body, brain) for a while. It's kind of at a point where people look at their own health (the most important thing you own...) and just go "uuuh, fvck it"

if i have kids, i'm getting them on a vigorous weightlifting routine as early as possible. Ill never let my kids be lazy and bony looking or fatasses


You said we were borin with a rather amazing brain. yet you mention technology as one thing we've focused too much on. I don't understand your point.
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I think a lot of it is the attitude forming among parents. Each generations gets progressively more protective of their children. I climbed trees and rode my bike all the time when I was a kid. If I got scraped or something, a parent would clean it up and tell me to be careful. Now a lot of parents won't let the scrape be a possibility.

You absolutely hit the nail on the head.

Yes, a few kids will get seriously injured, but we're more prepped for that than ever.
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also in the future we wont need strength, we will have robots doing all the hard stuff so we can study philosophy and make art (until the machines fight back will all that equal right stuff)

1. Your first statement could be the basis for an awesome metal song.

2. Our way of life has not really produced more intuitive people unfortunately. I see philosophy declining since people are obsessed with instant answers/gratification.
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You said we were borin with a rather amazing brain. yet you mention technology as one thing we've focused too much on. I don't understand your point.


i meant being fixated onto technology all day (video games, cell phones, computers, etc), not a huge percentage of people are really so familiar with how computers work and the like

what i meant was that we've grown so obsessed with external symbols, but why not spend your time and energy focusing on developing yourself as a human being?
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we've kinda been caring more about technology, nice clothes, and other external things rather than developing what we actually are born with (body, brain) for a while. It's kind of at a point where people look at their own health (the most important thing you own...) and just go "uuuh, fvck it"

if i have kids, i'm getting them on a vigorous weightlifting routine as early as possible. Ill never let my kids be lazy and bony looking or fatasses

Your kids won't grow past 5'1'' if you make them do weights that early.

Anyway, I used to ride scooters and do all kinds of physical shit as a kid, now, not so much. The generation we live in is way too protective of their children. You'd probably get punished for climbing a tree.
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Your kids won't grow past 5'1'' if you make them do weights that early.

Anyway, I used to ride scooters and do all kinds of physical shit as a kid, now, not so much. The generation we live in is way too protective of their children. You'd probably get punished for climbing a tree.

I really think schools would. Then the kid would fall and the parents would sue the school so the school would cut down all the trees to avoid "possible nature related injuries".
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