Where to Live in America, 2100 AD

January 23, 2019

Shut up,  dammit.

 

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6 Responses to “Where to Live in America, 2100 AD”

  1. dumboldguy Says:

    LMAO—-maybe Detroit and the other rust belt cities there will get repopulated when the “Rush to Michigan” begins.

    It’s time for some conservative free market entrepreneurs to get busy with bumper stickers. Those who want to make $$$$ selling off MI to the newcomers could give them out in other states.

    “Go Michigan or Boil”
    “Wolverines Stay Cool”

    Somebody made a bundle selling “Don’t Californicate Colorado” back when the “trendies” were moving there—-it seemed every third car had one. Maybe “Michiganders don’t care if your goose gets cooked—stay away” would work?

  2. Sir Charles Says:

    Currently, err, meanwhile,

  3. Brent Jensen-Schmidt Says:

    And Canadia will be building a wall.


  4. I’m already 59. So I don’t think I will live in 2100 AD. This goes for most people living now. It is now and here that I have to pay my bills.

    • dumboldguy Says:

      But don’t you care about the fate of “future generations”? Do any of those profit-seeking corporations (profit for their shareholders, that is) who send you those bills care about anything but their bottom line next quarter?

      The answers are “Yes, but individually you can’t do much about it”, and “No, they only care about profit”.

    • Brent Jensen-Schmidt Says:

      You can do other things as well as worry about bills, do not have to be mutually exclusive. Every raindrop contributes to the flood and every voice contributes to progress. That is probably not the best simile, oh well have a good one.


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