The desire for instant gratification has recently fallen on hard times. Instant gratification has been an accepted privilege in our modern, technologically advanced society. It used to be okay to want everything—and want it now. Microwaved meals in three minutes. News, weather, and sports became 24 hours a day on TV. Smartphones, instant messaging, and the Internet connect us anywhere, any time. Thanks to one technology-driven convenience...
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