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05 Mar

The only people who still have AOL addresses are hipsters who only listen to music on vinyl and your grandmother who still connects to the Internet with a landline.

I think the good news is that things are changing, generationally.

You’re no longer the funniest guy at the frat party. If you can’t pull out some cash or a credit card without making a loud riiiiipping sound, you’re legally not allowed to drive a car or own a home or sit at the grownups table at dinner. Nothing about this electric scooter commercial is based on real life. It’s like you’re asking to get pelted with monkey poo.

You’re not even the quiet, shy one at the frat party. Nobody who uses a scooter as his main mode of transportation wears a suit, has a “9am meeting,” or exchanges flirty glances with beautiful women. (Also, it should go without saying that hoverboards fall into the category of banned items after 40, as well.) If you want to commute on wheels, try instead one of the 17 most luxe, upscale bicycles on the market.

Being able to be in love and to commit to each other if they want to.

I feel like that is changing.”“For those people who want to makes this into a civil rights issue, and of course those in favor of the bill, they see it as a civil rights issue. But people on the other side would point out, well, we don’t allow other people to marry even — it’s not a civil right for them.