Source: thisisnthappiness


  1. I remember that fear when airlines were considering cell phone use on planes during flights.

    Sent from my iPhone


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  2. that’ll never happen!)

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  3. Wish Mark had also foreseen the negative consequences….🥺

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  4. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Say what? Prediction became a reality!!

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  5. niasunset says:

    … this is unbelievable… we have been all experiencing… Thank you dear David, Love, nia

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  6. I remember when someone said: One day, we will all have our own numbers and be reachable at all times… Pfffft. Wait. Shoot… We’re already here (those still holding on to landlines, excepted, of course. )

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  7. “When the phone was tied with a wire -Humans were free “

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  8. He sure knew what he was talking about. I wonder if he was still alive to see some of it come true.

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  9. Wow! That’s fascinating What a totally spot on prophecy.

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  10. Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

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  11. LOL! Amazing — they also once said personal computers would only be for administrative people — nobody would want one of their own! ha!

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  12. I wonder if this is where Steve Jobs found his inpsiration…

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  13. Fake news!!

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  14. That was so incredibly spot on! Sullivan truly believed in his company‘s products, and he was right.
    Reminds me when HH had one of the first ‚portables‘ – for work and paid for by his employer. It had the size and the weight of a brick, with a long pull-out antenna and was attracting worried and strange looks…. 🙂

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  15. Not happiness, no. Year I was born!😉


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