The End Of Ownership

Posted: June 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

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A recent study suggests that by 2030, the majority of U.S. consumers will not own an automobile—instead, they will use “on demand” self-driving vehicles.

 

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A recent study suggests that by 2030, the majority of U.S. consumers will not own an automobile—instead, they will use “on demand” self-driving vehicles. The trend will start in the biggest cities, and trickle down to the suburbs and rural areas.

The message is clear: it’s the “end” of ownership.

The same way it’s been the end of ownership in terms of physical media: DVDs, CDs, books, etc. The same way the concept of “home ownership” has been more and more of a pipe-dream.

No, it’s not a Communist fever-dream—the Capitalism is still there. You still have to buy shit. Or rather, spend money.

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Comments
  1. futuret says:

    IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO OWN ANYTHING, WHEN CIVILIZATIONS ARE LACED WITH THE ELITE, BUREAUCRATS, AND OTHERS WHO DELIBERATELY CREATE POLICIES FOR FAILURE. HERE ARE SOME TRUTH ABOUT JOB NUMBERS IN THE DISSOLVING USA:

    http://www.dcclothesline.com/2017/06/06/the-real-unemployment-number-102-million-working-age-americans-do-not-have-a-job/

  2. Whenever that day comes, we will be totally owned and controlled by the elite ruling class. Would we still be “human”?

  3. Kenneth T. says:

    I’ve never used “the cloud” (yahoo, google, or any other form), never have, and I doubt I ever will.

  4. Me neither Kenneth. I can’t think of any information in my possession that’s important enough to be saved in the cloud.

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