Will Fahrenheit 451 become the United State's Future?

Posted by: Richardsonalj

Poll closed on 1/1/2021 at 12:00AM.
  • Yes

  • No

55% 6 votes
45% 5 votes
  • Not in the absolute sense, in that they'd ban books outright. However, there are trends developing where people are shifting socially towards more relevant, current information and deviating away from established sources of information. There's also an American tendency to trash information they do not agree with -regardless of accuracy- and this is quite troubling in and of itself.

    Posted by: Kodiax
  • i think we are going there....

    Posted by: BIGC
  • I think that, unfortunately, we'll get even further mired in a mud puddle of P.C. nonsense than we are now, but not quite that badly.

  • No, why would they ban books?

    Posted by: Wylted
  • I sure hope not.

    Posted by: mdmark
  • the concept of Farenheight 451 was wierd at best americans are not that simpleminded and most people like books

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Richardsonalj says2015-08-23T01:26:14.5565844Z
That doesn't mean it wont happen, let's just hope we can teach future generations not to get stuck in technology and only enjoyment. That's all we can do, besides protesting if that ever does happen. I'd be happy to die in a fire with my books than live in that alternate future.

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