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When a young boy takes a look at a “pink cat,” he immediately is not impressed, claiming it is “black and crazy.” He proceeds to beat the poor boy in an attempt to steal it. At the end of the episode, that boy is now a millionaire, having bought him the “pink cat” – even though he doesn’t believe it has been stolen. He still considers it his most prized possession.
This is a common reaction in children when finding something new that is shiny, shiny, hot, hot on their fingers, hard, or black, and they immediately label it as “boring. It happens to all children, after all.
And of course, our children grow up to be adults who will often use words like “wasteful”, “wasted” and “wasting” to describe new technology for the most part.
The only difference between our children and children of an older generation is the level of intelligence and curiosity and the level of materialism and greed. They’re also much better at being able to distinguish between art and pornography. Children, on average, also have a significantly higher level of emotional intelligence in terms of ability to understand and feel guilt and sorrow and love. These are all things we’re trying to instill in people when they get to know us.
We should also remember that “waste” is generally used as a word of contempt and derision. It’s like when we hear someone say “f—ing waste of space on your phone”. They’re not being polite.