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... is laughing at the naiveté, or lauding the nobility, of past generations of people who I know damn well were built just the same way I am.
Posted at 05:05 AM in The Quotable Murr | Permalink
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Me too. But I take some comfort in knowing that in a few decades others will inevitably make the same mistake about our generation.
February 08, 2012 at 11:16 AM
Yeah, that's fun to think about, Rueben. By and large, will they be lauding our naiveté, as we do the young adults of the 1950s, or our nobility, as we grant the people of the 1940s? Or will we be seen as selfish, like those sixties hippies?
If you're reading this now, Future People, know this: WE WERE THE SAME AS YOU.
David Murray |
February 08, 2012 at 11:26 AM
Truth is, we're probably less on all those fronts - less naive, less noble and less selfish - than Future People will think.
February 08, 2012 at 12:45 PM
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