Also I get to avoid most of the "fashion infractions" of the 70's and 80's and humorously relive them at parties.
Come to think of it, I didn't get away from it. I have old pictures of me dressed in parachute pants and who knows what else!
thats funny I just checked your MySpace Page and it says that you are 18 Imagine that?
You know, I'm getting annoyed with all the kids lying about their ages on MySpace. You're not supposed to be on there if you're under 18. My poor friends have been hit on by 14 year olds via MySpace... disturbing behavior. (And I'm sure it sometimes goes the other way too.)
I'm very glad I didn't grow up with the Internet. And I actually didn't have cable either. But seriously, all the stuff that became so popular during the '90s... I was talking to some 13 year olds about cell phones in school... How kids shouldn't have them. I suggested a beeper instead and none of them even knew what it was! (Seriously, how do they think we survived without constant contact?) Then I told them stories about a time before the Internet... when we had DOS!! :lol: And those big floppy disks that were called floppy for a reason... and the old Mac's with black screens. Back when we all did actual research at the library (Card catalogues anyone?)
I guess I was both young and old enough to appreciate all the changes.
Wow, school's getting too bloated. Glad I don't have to go back.
I disagree. It's becoming too focused. No projects or extracurricular activities anymore... just core curriculum and test prep. Stupid No Child Left Behind! Just goes to show that politicians and their know-nothing business cronies should stay out of the classroom. :evil:
Nyah, okay, I won't go into that. I get too heated.