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If you want to be told how it is, rather than how the hype tells you it is, it’s as well to listen to the sober tones of Lewis Black.
True, he’s less of an illusionist than a disillusionist.
But his despair is often one that so many feel inside, yet fear to express.
On “The Daily Show“, Black bemoaned to the point of ululation technology’s complete inability to keep its promises or even deliver him something useful.
Once, he explained, he was told that in Futureworld we would have cars that folded up into briefcases.
Instead, a briefcase is still a place to keep cigarettes.
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