Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Adios Pantalones, Oct 24, 2013.
Make sure you see them get hauled up by one foot
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....and we wonder why kids are so F****D up these days!
LOL- you sound like every old guy in history
I think you and I are about the same age, but you don't have kids. Probably keeps you young.
It isnt kids, or lack of them that keeps you young, it is mindset. I know 70 year old men that still have a childlike quality about them. I admire that, my grandfather was 92 when he passed on, he was the happiest guy I know, and still tried to "act like a kid" as much as he could.....
Kidding aside what I was referring to is all the ADD and related issues that kids have today. How the hell can a kid be expected to pay attention to anything that doesn't change a few times every second after growing up with constant images like that on TV and computers?
Kids and their ability to pay attention, as well as their ability to be good citizens is related to the skills of their parents. I know plenty of young kids that have ADD that can pay attention.....
<-------- This guy has Adult ADD Diagnosed and living with it happily
Alright. I'm gonna climb back into my old man cave now.
Come on in. I am already in there and have the stove burning for us.
You have beer too right?
Well, I just thought it was funny. I may be too simple to fully comprehend the social implication of Estonian punk rockers on our youth
That was…something,….I'm not sure what, but definitely something.
Did I really just see a dog-man in a nut-hugging unitard screaming madly into a fox carcass in front of hundreds of adoring fans? And yet, somehow he is the understated one!?!
I find it kinda comforting that there are people out there who accept this as every day entertainment. The world, it seems, is not so boring as it may seem.
If I ever get a chance to travel to Estonia I will be sure to take plenty of ear-plugs. And get a rabies booster just in case.
Um no, Natty Light.
That's ok, the scotch makes up for it.
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