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Will the younger generations of today have more memories to look back on when they're elderly than the elderly generations of today?

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  • Ki Ki 2011/03/24 19:27:28
    Yes.
    Ki Ki
    prolly because look at all the things that are happening in the world today
  • MetalDragonessBN-0 2011/03/15 06:45:01
    I think...
    MetalDragonessBN-0
    +1
    Yes because these days you live longer, than say my generation, or the generation before mine. Longer years means more memories. Provided they don't burn them all away in a cloud of pot smoke.
  • wombat 2011/03/07 17:52:05
    Nope.
    wombat
    +1
    A few like me will but most will remember different video games but no real life situations.
  • KY REDNECK 2011/03/07 15:48:11
    Nope.
    KY REDNECK
    +1
    we will all have our memories good or bad
  • Paul 2011/03/06 18:03:14
    Nope.
    Paul
    +1
    I think younger generations memories suck compare to older generations.
  • i quit 2011/03/06 16:54:37
    I think...
    i quit
    +1
    the top comment has it right.
  • khaled 2011/03/06 15:55:56
    Yes.
    khaled
    +1
    But I think these generations may have their memory gone bad. And we may not be able to remember anything at all.
  • ardy 2011/03/06 12:40:44
    Yes.
    ardy
    +1
    I'm 19 and I've been always looking back on the past memories since I was still about 10.
  • deadlyangel21 2011/03/06 06:23:51
    Nope.
    deadlyangel21
    +1
    Even though we seemingly have more years to live ( people are now living to be in their early hundred and teens) We still have a lot of memory issues ...I doubt we will have more memories than previous generations
  • carrotcat 2011/03/06 03:45:19
    I think...
    carrotcat
    +1
    Well, we'll have memories but they'll be different... like"I remember when there was only 4G!"
  • Orsted 2011/03/05 18:29:32
    I think...
    Orsted
    +1
    I think the memories they'll have will be completely based on how they spent their lives. Unless they have poor memory, then they will have no memories, or few at all.
  • Redskin 2011/03/05 17:28:03
    I think...
    Redskin
  • Richard 2011/03/05 14:43:21
    Yes.
    Richard
    +1
    Yes! Make your life "The Best" it can be, with tender moments money can't buy, laugh and cry,...60 yes. on those will be the things you will remember most! Your "very" special, believe in yourself for your children on day will believe in you! God Bless!!
  • Pree Kulkarni 2011/03/05 11:51:42
    I think...
    Pree Kulkarni
    +1
    Memories are same in number but can differ in the number of FUN in them..........
  • Sonia 2011/03/05 09:48:01
    Yes.
    Sonia
    +1
    we need to set examples for them and be good role models.
  • LesWaggoner BN 1 2011/03/05 07:30:52
    Yes.
    LesWaggoner BN 1
    +1
    Only if they live longer. Which looks to be the case.
  • DrewyDrew 2011/03/05 07:10:41
    Nope.
    DrewyDrew
    +1
    The sixties were awsum.....these past years had been shit
  • rayann 2011/03/05 04:36:32
    Nope.
    rayann
    +1
    They don't have the freedom we did. Shoot we got thrown out of the house and was told to stay out of trouble and come in when the street lights came on. We found things to do outdoors. We stayed active. Now they sit and watch tv, play a game or on a computer. We were lucky if we could come in and get a drink of water, most of the time we were told to use the water hose.
  • Ruby Dear - The Fangirl of ... 2011/03/05 04:31:20
    Nope.
    Ruby Dear - The Fangirl of PHAET
    +1
    All my memories will be of Pokemon.
  • Sin 2011/03/05 03:31:32
    Nope.
    Sin
    +1
    Today's generation can't remember yesterday, and we're 18. Too many of us are too busy getting stoned or drunk to make memories.
  • Alex 2011/03/05 03:13:55 (edited)
    Nope.
    Alex
    +1
    i dunno, it wouldnt make sense.... i always feel like people are whining or bragging when they say that our lives are more complicated/full/corrupt/etc than before - its just whats happening now, so it seems like more's happening.... i think
  • James 2011/03/05 02:55:58
    I think...
    James
    +1
    Those memories just won't be as rich.
  • billylover21 2011/03/05 02:35:19
    Yes.
    billylover21
    +1
    i think hey will, just look at micheal jackson or anybody else. we honor them like we honor our loved ones
  • Predators Eyez 2011/03/05 02:27:40
    I think...
    Predators Eyez
    +1
    I have no idea. I guess it depends on the individual.
  • Tits ISHBAHFF McGee 2011/03/05 02:23:39
    Nope.
    Tits ISHBAHFF McGee
    +1
    how can they when time is spent indoors so much, with computers and all that?
  • Garciataria 2011/03/05 02:20:33
    I think...
    Garciataria
    +1
    ... that it depends on the person, and the memories they can look back on.
  • birdman 2011/03/05 01:55:17
    I think...
    birdman
    +1
    The younger generation will have more things to look back on, but fewer quality memories. We don't make lasting friendships like they did.
  • Denny 2011/03/05 01:17:16
    Yes.
    Denny
    +1
    They can remember all the great things that this generation has given them.
  • Tryniti 2011/03/05 01:14:02
    I think...
    Tryniti
    +1
    It really will depend on that individual looking back. I do think that the elderly of this generation had more significant memories though.The elderly of this generation will mostly have fond memories of "liking" stuff on their facebook. Ugh.
  • scbluesman13 2011/03/05 00:12:28
    I think...
    scbluesman13
    +1
    Sure... All of their memories will be stored on their facebook and twitter accounts...
  • harry 2011/03/05 00:12:26
    Yes.
    harry
    +1
    No different but maybe more since live expectancy raises.
  • Prometheus~phaet~ 2011/03/05 00:10:54
  • katieciesielski 2011/03/05 00:05:16
    I think...
    katieciesielski
    +1
    yes and no. the memories will be different. my parents got to do things i could never do! but, i im turn, got to go places and do things they havent done. it's not about the generation.. its about the person.
  • Magical Mushroom 2011/03/04 23:54:49
    I think...
    Magical Mushroom
    +1
    I think it will be the same. Just different things.
  • ♥ Emily the "Cutie Banana P... 2011/03/04 23:44:01
    I think...
    ♥ Emily the "Cutie Banana Pie" ♥
    +1
    I believe so, but some dramatic things have happened in the generation before mine.
  • OzSurfer 2011/03/04 23:21:13
    Nope.
    OzSurfer
    +1
    Same amount of memories, they'll just be different.
  • ib_insane 2011/03/04 22:58:42
    I think...
    ib_insane
    +1
    They won't necessarily have more to look back on, but will certainly have different memories. A lot has happened during every generation that has affected the world they grew up in.
  • ruthie 2011/03/04 22:40:13
    I think...
    ruthie
    +1
    good question. whats the answer
  • Dark De... ruthie 2011/03/05 00:34:41
    Dark Demonic™ ★ The Original SodaHead Guru ★
    +1
    I can see two possibilities. Either the current elderly generations will have memories of a simpler time that are easier for them to remember when compared to our current overcomplicated lives which will be harder for us to remember when we're elderly OR we'll adjust and remember as much as they do now, just about different things. :o)
  • ruthie Dark De... 2011/03/05 00:46:57
    ruthie
    +1
    I like the sound of the last idea.

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