Sunday, September 23, 2012

Remembering the good old days part 2

Continued from Part 1.

Remembering the good old days and how much we have evolved into a world of machinery that more or less dictates our lives today.

We now have most everything that is imaginable and most of everything is fed by electricity - televisions, and radios just to name a few. Now we have wireless gadgets to deal with. We even have gone to the extent of changing the dates of the different seasons on the 22nd of every three months while those of us in the older generations were always taught that it was on the 21st of every three months.

I believe if the kids of today were to get caught in the same position as some of us in the older generation were in and knowing what they know now, some would be so bored they would commit suicide. They at least would be lost.

Most kids these days are not brought up to respect others or listen to parents and most can not be trusted to do as they are told. And now they have all kinds of gadgets to occupy their minds. I don't think it's healthy for them. Even the education system by the looks of some of the studies students are given, it's as if they were trying to computerize the students' brains and we end up with a bunch of educated fools that don’t know anything out of school studies except how to play games.

The language kids use today is also unbelievable. Most of them can not or will not accept responsibility for their action. That's true of some adults too. The reason is because of all the distraction we have in this crazy world of today. Yes we have evolved alright, into a world of insanity where no one knows what to do to get away from all of this. What is going to happen when the generation of today take over the responsibility of running this country?

I haven’t began to attack this crazy world yet. I'm sure there's a lot more to come.

That’s is my rant for today.

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