Too much time on the X-Box?
This may make you feel superior, or old, depending...
From the Associated Press:
High school students in a Canton, Ohio, multimedia class know their iPods, MP3 players, DVDs, and HDTV.
But not a single one of 37 students knew what microfilm or a mimeograph is, and most thought a fuzz buster was a vacuum cleaner.
Beta, 8-track tapes, and 45 RPM were also lost on them. One Junior asked whether Beta was a medicine.
Most students seemed "vaguely familiar" with a rotary dial phone -- because some grandparents still have them.
One 15-year-old guessed 45 RPM was "how fast a modem runs." After getting the correct explanation, he said, "oh, you mean those giant black disks? My parents have some in the basement."
The Second Amendment does not exist
to protect the gun rights you like.
It exists to protect the gun rights you hate.