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Sunday, March 11, 2007

Chas Walters: Commenting on the Youth of America

[image caption] Reed Larson thinks that the kids of today have a lot of shit between their ears.


From the St. Paul Pioneer-Press column of Charlie Walters:
Former Detroit Red Wings star Reed Larson, on his alma mater, Minneapolis Roosevelt, having had just one player on a City Conference hockey co-op team this season: "I know there's a whole bunch of trophies in the hallway at Roosevelt just collecting dust, and I don't know if all that history means anything anymore to those people in the hallways."

No, Mr. Larson, your hockey experiences of the 1970s don't mean shit to those kids. They look at that trophy case not for the plastic-on-marble exhibits exemplifying the past athletic acheivements and glory of their fellow Mpls Roosevelt Teddies, but, instead, in hopes of seeing their beautiful reflection in the glass.

Here's a better explanation of why:

1 Comments:

Blogger AdamB said...

So true.

Even if it is parroting the right-wing agenda.

Mon Mar 12, 05:51:00 AM 2007

 

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