That man will spend at least one million years in that cabin, with the same song playing again and again and absolutely nothing to do and no way to die. We get bored doing sitting in a waiting room for 30 minutes with nothing do. Now imagine waiting over one million years in a log cabin with absolutely nothing to do, no one to talk to, no way to leave, no way to die, and no idea when it’s going to end. One million years is incomprehensible to the human mind, but if you really sit and think about it, it’s extremely terrifying. Left me shook for a little while.
The problem I have with online shopping is that it causes video game stores to close their doors. A lot of video game stores around my area have closed their doors due to online shopping taking over, and that makes it harder for me to go to a video game store and actually see and feel the games. I like that experience, but it's disappearing due to online shopping, and I hate that.
not as much online shopping as digital copies and streaming. It's the same for DVDs and VHS before them, they are replaced by on-demand video streaming like Netflix and such. Cinemas probably only exist just because not everyone can afford a personal screen this big.
So I wouldn't say it's inconvenice, more like inevitable development and change, and sometimes it is hard to adjust to that change.
Agree. The way we shop is undergoing a massive structural change, and it is merely a part of a change that is affecting all aspects of society.
We are undergoing a transition from a physical to a digital society as more and more people spend an increasing amount of time online pursuing an increasing number of activities. Not only are we moving towards purchasing physical goods and services over the Internet, we're replacing the consumption of physical goods and services with virtual goods and services which is a rapidly growing industry.