#10: That Seems Likely
Historical events and representation are going to be interesting a hundred years from now. So long as the internet is still raging, there will be so many first-hand accounts about what happened in the first three decades of the 2000s that history books will be a moot point.
On a tangent, who decides which pronunciation of “g” to use? Is it purely cultural? Giraffes would sound good either way, and I’m still confused about GIFs. Why can’t we all just agree that G is responsible for one sound and J the other? That would make English a lot easier to learn. Cardigan, giant, goose, judge, giggly… it’s no wonder that people find our language hard to learn! Even I can barely gauge the reasoning.