by Anton Wills-Eve
<a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/from-the-collection-of-the-artist/”>From the Collection of the Artist</a>
what they’ll think of us 100 years on
We can’t blame them. They only had basic communications technology so could not convey what they wanted others to know, think, see, hear, sense or smell except by using their rudimentary machines and even their own hands. Some people were even reduced to using their brains, but luckily medical research made great strides in curing that.
Poor sods, what a life. But at least they hoped to reach Heaven when they died. We did so, of course, by using that red button thing the archeologists found in Moscow in 2091. So perhaps they were on to something a century ago after all.