It all began many years ago at my first visit to a baseball game and an umpire made a call that some did not appreciate. They started a crescendo of catcalls at him and it was then I began to appreciate the aspects of the HUMAN factor of errors in life.
As I got older the television became a factor in so many lives and sports became a watchable event for many. This also began the moments on Monday of the Monday Morning Quarterback and the HUMAN factor of errors began to erode. Didn't we think instant replay was great?
Through many years of advertising photos of many things became videos and the rise of more opinions as to wh was right and who was wrong.
A president wanted us to go to the moon and because of this electronic's became smaller and smaller until everyone had a computer and then a handheld smartphone which allowed even more opinions and the rise of businesses over the air! The news was given to us instantly about what was going on in the world and again the news changed to opinions of what was and is going on.
Yes, it is good to have an opinion but somewhere along the way truth was lost and there became so many experts as to who was the best or who was wrong.
Hopefully, after the virus and isolation pass, we will become smarter and adapt to the many changes that will be sure to come.