Wednesday, March 4, 2009

News for Today:Old is New!

drawing/collage by marguerita
Yet another sign of the emerging trend of 2009:
In 1972, The Times’s Russell Baker noted that the people he had always thought of as “the kids” did not seem to be reproducing. Baker decided that the Woodstock generation was conspiring to cut the birth rate so they would always be in the majority and could “go on being the kids for the rest of their lives.”

Maybe not selling out is going to come back into fashion, too. But if there’s nobody left doing any buying, does it still count?Op-Ed Columnist - The Stump Theory -

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