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September 13, 2011 7:05 AM

Generation Who Cares

Every generation has a name. I think my daughter's will be Generation Who Cares. Gay marriage. They'll see it like any other marriage. So Who Cares. Religion. All those words that shocked us older people. The're all on the Disney Channel now. Good words/bad words. Who cares. OMG. LOL. Grammer? Spelling? Handwriting? Rembering math formulas. I care if my electronic device de jour stops working but about all the rest. Who Cares. Bad social skills? I'm a good typist and only have...

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