A Post-historic Family

I haven’t read this yet, but I love the idea. It makes sense. The talking animals, designed to play records or vacuum floors, descendants of bio-tweaked husbandry. The co-existence of humans and (cloned) dinosaurs. The echo of 20th Century pop culture — bowling alleys, Cary Granite — that could only be known to a future civilization.

The Flintstones, a post-historic family.

Why The Flintstones Takes Place in a Post-Apocalyptic Future | Cracked.com.

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