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Why? Is someone going to prison?4
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A long time for what?1
As others have said it depends on the context. I would also say that 15 years in the future, feels like a lot longer than 15 years in the past.
Depends on the context. A fruit fly lives for several weeks so 15 years would be 260 lifetimes. However the earth is 4.6 billion years old so 15 years is aa fraction of a millisecond of geological time.
Rather depends on the subject. 15 years is a long time for something to be withheld from a person. But it's not a long time to live.
Might just be speaking as a medieval historian here but I tend to think of even a 50 years as a fairly short period of time in general, and something 100 years old as new.
If you're waiting for an internet page to load, yes, that's a long time. If you're waiting for your newborn infant to pass the bar exam, it's not nearly enough time.
Considering that's nearly the entirety of my life, I'm gonna go with yes.
That's just me right now, though. When I was six, I would've told you a year was a long time, but now each year just flies by. I've heard the older you get, the shorter life seems to get.
A long time for what?
Strange question. It needs context. It depends.
Yes way too long
Yeah it is
Time is relative so really there is no distinction between 15 years ago now and 15 years in the future
I use to think so. But time seems to fly by faster as a age.
yes it is.
Yeah, that would be 2030 from now... and about to become 2031 too.
The average lifespan is about eighty years, so yes, that's a long time.
I might be dead by then
Yeah, but then again...
Depends on what your talking about. 15 years of life isn't very much in comparison to many people, however it's also far longer than many children get to see sadly. 15 years in prison I'm sure would inch by and seem to never move.
depends on the context.
YES A LOT!
I'm assuming you're asking if it's a long time to be in a relationship. Which yes, it is.
It depends... It can be for some things... And not so much for others...
What's the context? Really depends and maybe elaborate.
15 years of what?
Depends on the context.
Yes it is.
Depends of what you refer too, but mostly yes