Despite all the present-day advances in technology, sometimes it can be a real burden. Like when modern life forces you to leave social medial for a short amount of time, so you can best enjoy a TV show full of naked people and dragons. Life can be pretty hard.
Don't you hate it when you're flying your drone and it gets caught in the tree? And then you call the fire department, and they say, "Your drone isn't a cat, so get it yourself!" Man, modern living is the worst!
Ten years ago, there were a whole lot of people who didn't have the whole internet stored in their pockets at all times. Thirty years ago, most people didn't even have the internet. And how they managed to survive and find happiness, nobody knows.
Twenty years ago, this could never happen. A toddler would never pic out a movie with a push of a button. Instead, the baby would have to wander out of your home, walk to the nearest Blockbuster, pick out a movie, go to the rental counter, pay the fee, and then walk home.
And here's another problem of having friends who still live in the past. Isn't it time that the smart phones just removed the whole "phone" aspect altogether? Why even give people the option to communicate vocally? That is SO last century.
When you go to bed, it doesn't mean actually going to sleep. It just means shifting electronic devices. Eventually, going to bed will just mean switching from one device to another one that's increasingly smaller until you eventually have one the size of an eyelash and you doze off.
Sometimes, 21st century problems are also a bit sad. But having said that, you could always stop Twitter from doing this by actually clicking that follow button. In this modern age, following someone is the ultimate tribute.