diamon Wrote:
Jan 23, 2013 9:04 PM
During that influential period the country's culture generally felt shame for doing and saying stupid things, watched TV that showed creative content, dined together, talked to each other, valued a work ethic and the lessons learned from doing work, and accepted their strengths and weaknesses. Today, we have generations of people who think money grows from trees, somebody else is responsible for their poor decisions, and generally think everybody is crazy except for them. Many lash out at the capitalist rules but can't live without the capitalists brands on their possessions. They don't know how the value in things like good health, find friends, and supportive family because they don't value anything except their own needs.