In 2019 and with a 50-year financing, any human with a job can acquire a computer and a virtual reality helmet. In this virtually real world, you can drive trucks, kill zombies, perform operations, fly planes and even play war as if you were there even though you were in the living room.
Personally, what interests me most is racing and I admit that a good simulator gives an idea of actually running for a fraction of the cost and with the possibility of running in underwear and socks.
But let's get down to business then, how will virtual reality revolutionize the act of tucking up the peach tree? Well, what I'm going to show you is the future of the art of making cages! They invented a machine that holds a fleshlight and replicates the user's movements on the other side or even a video.
Okay, I'm not bothering you anymore. See you next week.