Haha, because of the whole me loving grunge thing, I've come to respect older people, probably because I have tons in common with people my parents age and nothing in common with people my age. Oh and the hippie generation is great too, and now I realize the original hippies would be in their 60s and 70s, and keep picturing them as the old people shaking their fists at kids on their lawn saying, "Grow your hair out, you capitalist pigs!", but I'd totally love to hear their stories, like I would love to be in that classroom on that episode of The Simpsons where the teachers strike or something and the one teacher is like all, "Did I ever tell you kids about the 60s?". I hope you've taught your kids of some of the awesome music you know of, because while I do love that my parents are the reason I know of Ozzy and Van Halen and all that, I'd kill to have grown up knowing of Nirvana, or even the more underground ones. I'm basically not aware of anything past '97, though that's by choice, well ok I always try stuff out to see if my generation has stopped sucking because I'd LOVE to get the chance to say my generation rocks, but if it did start rocking I'd like to think if I did have kids and I say heard a great song on the radio, I'd still stop and pay attention, but I know kids can be a handful and that might not happen. Oh I know TONS of great new grunge bands though, so that will have to keep me content until something in the mainstream sounds good, though I also like Cage the Elephant.
My mom has told me about jazz being considered 'the devil's music'
Ha, I've only heard that about rock and roll.
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