reply to post by Seekeye2
Love it excellent post, brings back memories and I often chase my kids out of the house, restricting their time in front of the box, I have three kids
my youngest is like our childhood always outside, playing being adventurous, the middle child is, well in the middle loves to be outside and reads a
lot but also enjoys the box ie tv, laptop, game system, my oldest however is the worse of the bunch in the aspect of very little activity a little
over weight I think but doc says he is fine, no very outgoing doesn’t read much and is happiest when on the laptop or playing the game system.
I guess my point is the oldest being of the lazy and norm for the one generation, my middle seeking knowledge and being active, and the youngest most
like the generation you have described being adventurous.
I hope that the generations to follow will be more like the youngest and then once again we may have a healthy population, a population of inventors,
and a population that will not allow the elitist to buy up and hide away the useful technologies such as the Tesla coils, and cars that get 100 mpg
just because they do not make a profit, but because they help humanity and the planet.
I also like Carlin’s take on the topic, we should not be calling anything save the planet the planet will always be here no matter what we do, but
the planet may become uninhabitable for humans.