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This is the wages of prosperity...not a bad thing, in itself. But how many of these young people would have these attitudes and make these choices if their fathers had been laborers with five children in a two-bedroom house?

As for the 33-year-old half-assed bohemian, it seems to me his parents ought to have kicked his semi-behind out on his own approximately 15 years ago.

The funny thing is, I suspect that as time goes on they'll all muddle along, learn and end up getting things done. Necessity as Mother.

To go back to the top: "Why Now is a Terrible Time to be Young?" Thanks for pointing that out, as every laugh adds a minute to one's life. :)


Heck, it's not a bad time to be getting old, either.


Whine, whine, whine from the younger generation! I laughed through the review -- the reviewer had a grand old time giving the book the death of a thousand paper cuts.

But what do I know? I'm 27 and married with three kids, so I've probably sold out to the establishment.

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