1. Monday, June 22, 2015

    they say kids today have everything, i say they have nothing 

    vhsfirst boob i touched was pretty much the first boob i ever saw.

    sure i saw madonna’s in playboy, and maybe a few other in that mag, but that was basically it.

    then all of a sudden in the back seat of my grandmas car, my gorgeous 16 year old girlfriend lifted her sweater

    and my life changed.

    kids today have pron on their damn phones for pete sake. and what they show on tv, regular tv, would have launched a thousand ships way back in my day.

    ariana, taylor, nicki, charlie xcx – they make xtina and britney blush.

    kids dont go to the record stores any more. they dont get in fights at the blockbuster.

    it’s all delivered to them through their video game machines. like they earned it!

    the reason theyve turned their backs on network tv is they dont realize what a lifeblood that was to humans over the last 65 years.

    how important channels 2, 5, and 7 were.

    now its all about the youtube. instant access. immediate satisfaction. spontaneous disruption.

    but the biggest problem is theyre not bored any more. how could they be? they have everything (and nothing).

    back when i was at my grandmas house and i was bored i had to shoot pool in her garage or learn to putt or turn the entire downstairs into a pitch n putt golf course.

    kids today just stick their phones down their pants and snapchat a picture to a cheerleader and it’s game on.

    and those are the girls!

    when youre bored you learn how to play the piano, or the guitar, or edit video, or write a poem.

    when youre not bored you just do whatever the screen tells you.

    this is why there are no teenage guitar gods any more.

    this is why children by the millions dance to shallow robot sounds.

    this is why cuba is opening their doors.

    because they know no one will notice or care.

    cuba is saying heres our boobies, have at it.

    but theyre not doing it on youtube so they may as well be shouting it to the wind.