What would life be like without a hair brush?
Horrible. Your hair would get knotted, sticky and unruly. Not nice.
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I grew up without a television and don't have one now, so I feel like I have some expertise on the subject. Television does some things that unify and bring people together be…cause everybody in the country can watch them together--like when we landed on the moon, or a president gets inaugurated, or when we all watched the aftermath of Katrina together. I suppose those things are good in a way. Information can be transmitted instantaneously, that's good, as in the case of an oncoming catastrophic storm. Those things we might not be aware of without television. If we didn't have television, I think we could easily argue that terrorism would be greatly lessened, since terrorists rely on "the whole world watching" to shock and destroy (Munich Olympics in 1972, and of course 9/11, staged for the morning news shows). If we didn't have television, people would spend more time doing other things, like, maybe talking to each other or reading or engaging in other hobbies. Some people would argue that if we didn't have television, we'd all be slimmer and healthier. If we didn't have television, we would have lost a major means of advertising to the American public, and that might really do nasty things to our economy. If we didn't have television, school children would see about 10,000 fewer violent acts per year. If we didn't have television, our landfills wouldn't be full of old, useless sets. The best way to find out what life would be like without the television is to turn yours off. Also Life without the TV Sucked sayoh(So) hard
Life would be harder, because computers make our lives better. But still, there are bad effects for us. Computers often make us lazy. Life would be very much like it was in… 1960. Somehow the human race survived 1.5 million years without computers, and it has made it 50 years with them. Some ways things would be different: . We would have cars (but they would not have computer controlled fuel injection). . We would have television (but not satellite TV, DVD, 7.1 sound, Dolby, etc.). . We would have movies with characters and plots and stories, and Peter Jackson would be making documentaries. . Hundreds of thousands of people would have rather dull jobs calculating paychecks, billing for services, accounting, and other tasks that are often done by a single person with a computer today. . I.T. managers making quarter-million-dollar salaries would have to work for a living. . Students would have to read their textbooks and do their homework by hand. . You would use your phone more if you wanted to talk to people and not wait 2 to 5 days to get actual mail. . Letters and essays would be typed on typewriters, where typos are corrected by reading and using correction fluid or tape. Rearranging material would mean retyping the entire text. . Reading books would entail reading books, not electronic copies of books. Life without a computer would mean this website would not be here. * Before computers, people would often share hobby information through apas , or amateur press associations. This was one way that up-to-date information was shared, along with amateur magazines and professional publications. Instead of Wikipedia, you would consult your home encyclopedia, or look up information at the library.
it will be a hard life if there is no inventions.
smelly with of dreadlocks here and there \/ery awful, but in the olden days really had hair products but they wear hats
Well, if there where no Dragonflies there would be a whole lot more pesky bugs such as Mosquitoes and flies which we dislike.
we would go everytym on terrace to check the sundials to know the time
We would probable be all healthy from eating all of the Veggies. Or, more likely, we'd all die from lack of vitamin B12. B12 is not available from strictly plant sources. (I…t's made by bacteria, so it's possible to get and remain vegan, but you have to deliberately go out of your way to do so.)
We would be speaking in British accent.
It would be horrible. The wheel helps us get to places we neeed togo quickly.
A lot like a TV sitcom.
Life would most likely be a terrible inconvenience. Everywhere you turn something completely uncalled for would happen. I suppose you would be used to it though, since you gre…w up around people with no manners.
Simple scrapes, cuts and internal injuries would slowly build and ravage our body both from the inside-out and the other way around. There are certain strains of bacteria that… are resistant to almost every form of antibiotic. 2 of them may cause a lot of damage in the near future: MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) and VRE (Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus).
transportation would cost more because trucks, planes, and boats would be the only ones left in the transportation industry
Horse Isle two, right? It's honeycomb.
Without frictin life would be very slippery. This topic has been explored in a novel by Philip Jose Farmer entitled "The Lavalite World".
Life would be very hard no cars means ; no buying furniture, no moving houses, and no transort means using piggy back rides