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This weekend I went to Canada’s Wonderland and had…

Posted by titusferguson on May 31, 2004

This weekend I went to Canada’s Wonderland and had an amazing time. However I think something needs to be said about the state of pre and early teens and their clothing.

No, this is not about the lack of clothing amoung this age group, but rather what their wearing on their t-shirts.

While I was at the park I saw several kids in thier early teens wearing Nirvana shirts. Now I ask my self, do these kids even know who Nirvana was, any of the music they recorded, what type of music they played? Or are they just wearing it cause it was for sale in the outrageously expensive stores they shop at?

Now I have nothing against people wearing band shirts around, in fact I was wearing one that day. What I am against is people doing something cause everyone else is and they have no clue about anything else.

Its the same with the neo-punks, most of these guys have no clue who founded their movement and why. In fact the punk leaders left once it became too mainstream. Kids these days would do well to listen to them.

But then again I’m just getting old and a little peeved at the younger generation. Or maybe I’m just repressed and sheltered?

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