posted on Mar, 25 2006 @ 04:56 AM
whaaa's "When Weasels Ruled the Earth", Bout Time's Tempo Negro Dos
and Beachcoma's "I'm not American, I'm Canadian" Era made my day.
But in agreement with Beachcoma and Nygdan, something needs to be mentioned in terms of the digital infusion in our culture. "The Google Age"
sounds really appropriate to me. After all, there was the "Television Age" and the "Golden Age of Film". But at the same time, technology always
overlaps history in some way, shape or form. The Internet is an important part of our culture. So, that does deserve to be mentioned. Kruel's
"Corporate Revolution" can fit somewhere in between.
But politically and socially, my view is somewhat bleaker--between Sir Solomon's "Fall of the American Empire" and djohnsto777's "The Age of
Maybe it's the:
Age of "Fear and Loathing" in Washington D.C.
The Katrina Age
The Deconstruction of Reason
The Age of Pseudo-Politicians
The Neo-Gilded Age
The Diebold Deconstruction
The Death of Gonzo Journalism (along with the real death of Hunter S. Thompson)
[edit on 25-3-2006 by ceci2006]