Essay about the ipod

We sought pleasure in our youth so we provided for every possible pleasure for our children. Every need met, even pills for emotional needs. Feel bad? Here’s a pill. Feel sad? Here’s a pill. Feel mad? Here’s a pill. We didn’t teach them a particular “right” religion (just seek spiritual experiences that feel good), or moral code (situational ethics, just go with what feels right)) or political stance (Politics. Pssht.) or occupation (let’s just watch .) or health (fast food, it’s easy) or education (no grades, that ranks people, they’d feel bad; whatever you think is fine, everybody’s ideas get equal importance)…

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Essay about the ipod

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