Play

The idea of play is a compete joke in 2017. Everywhere you look, you’ll see kids as young as 6 years old playing on iPads, eyes attached to their screens. Spoiled like never before over these superficial items that have become a necessity. You will never see kids playing outside in every neighborhood, everyday. It’s sad to see how lazy and dependent our society has become. This is due to the handicap that technology creates: being able to order your items straight to your home, talking to your friends over a text instead of talking to them personally, segways to use instead of walking. All these things have taken away the most important aspect of life, which is play. This photo is a rare picture you’ll see of real play. My friend Billy and I at weight room working. No adults, no technology, just play. 

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