What does “for posterity sake’ mean?

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  • gibberligg
    1 month ago

    It’s actually “for posterity’s sake” — for the sake of posterity: it means “to act as an historical record”, or in plain English, to act as a memory, a little flag on the path you walk through life, something that someone in the future can look at and remember you by.

    Like this question: you’ve asked it on Y!Answers, and it will be drifting around servers somewhere in the world for hundreds of years. Recorded for posterity’s sake.

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    Most americans aren’t. However, most americans still wish to see the true meaning of the amendments carried out. Our constitution was made to be able to be amended, and it has many times as our society has changed, but the original idea was for freedom and to make sure that the government doesn’t overstep its bounds. In this way, Americans are stuck to what the meaning of the Constitution was in the 1700’s. We don’t have a true “free market” system as the government regulates it. BTW we need guns. Taking guns away from the people is the best way to enslave them- no matter if its the 21st century or not. Governments haven’t changed since the beginning of time. Just the same as one vote can make a difference, so can one gun.

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Sweetheart’s posterity building bridges to cross , into a world of Emo and Chocolate

  • Barry C
    1 month ago

    To be put in a museum on display forever. When I describe my messy house to embarrass my kids I say they leave garbage for posterity.

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