Children. Gotta love them. Modern society says so. Ancient society said some of them were not worth a damn and were thrown to the wolves, coming back like Conan only once in a blue moon to slay the righteous parents who did not see their original worth. But I digress.
We teach our children all kinds of things; walking, talking, making atom bombs from paper clips and an old shoe (thanks, MacGyver), all kinds of human things. Hell, "a special program through the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, TechArt Studio, has young adults learning the ins and outs of movie making in a two-day class." That's crazy pants.
But why do we bother? Aren't they just going to grow up like us anyway? Some born leaders and others born to sit in a dark room staring at a glowing screen, typing away some bullshit... I digress.
Even the Queen of damn England has concerns. She feels that technology is becoming too cray-cray, wishing to go back to the way things used to be without all the hyper links and such. And that's okay because she's old and scared of change. In her position, change can often take place with a big ass sword and a crowd of people chanting for change. I watch Game of Thrones, sometimes monarchy ain't the best career choice.
What was I talking about? Children, yeah. There's a lot of them, so let's make sure they can eat, I guess. Otherwise, they will over run us and force us all into labor camps where we will have to dig for unobtainium in the ocean because the only person they will listen to will be James Cameron screaming about deep sea diving for the Titanic to reach the blue cat people or whatever the fuck that movie was about.
Here's to day drinking. Cheers.