Wall-E Vs Feed Analysis

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Wall-E and Feed are similar in the way that both societies begin to rely on technology, and grow so lazy that humans stop taking care of the environment and stop caring about most of the things that go on around them. This causes the environment to to be destroyed by garbage, pollution and deforestation.
In Wall-E, the Earth had to be abandoned because the air was no longer breathable, the water was full of oil and the ground was polluted with trash. By moving to space, everything became very convenient and people grew even more lazy and dependent on technology. This is similar to Feed, where they have to live in domes because the air isn’t good to breathe in, there are no more trees, everything is artificial and plastic. In the book one of
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If we didn’t have computers, imagine how much different we would be. People are always inventing things to make access to everything easier. Even things as simple as office chairs that have wheels are making us lazy. We don’t even have to type on our phones anymore, we can just say what we want it to type, that’s how lazy we are becoming. If we continue like, our world could become just like Wall-E’s or Feed’s.
Almost everyone in the Feed universe has ‘the feed’ implanted into their brain, telling them how to dress, what to eat and drink, how to think, how to act, etc. It makes it so their personalities are practically nonexistent and everyone is the same and has the same interests. In Wall-E, BnL corporations controls what people eat, wear, see, hear and do. There is a scene where the announcer for BnL says “Try blue, its the new red!” and everyone changes into blue clothing because that's the new trend.
Social media dominates today's society, and practically controls teen’s and children’s minds, shaping them into perfect consumers. From a young age we are told girls have to be one way and boys have to be another, we are told what brands to like and the kind of music to listen to, even if we don’t realize it, we are being

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