"Don't trust anyone over 30?"
That's a sixties myth like bra-burning.
The expression is, "don't trust anyone over 60."
At 04:04 PM 6/10/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>> By using
>> an acerbic lens through which to view the aging baby boom, Okrent
>> war between generations that his sources haunting predict.
> There is an old gag about parents who wish upon their children
>the curse of having chldren who grow up into teenagers. Do you suppose
>there might - just might - be some element of this toward the generation
>who didn't trust anyone over 30?
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