Just the other day I was lamenting that young people today have no social awareness. They're all just consumers; they don't know what it means to fight against The Man.
But then I read about the University of Michigan "activist" who's started his own chapter of "American Students Safeguarding Our Underwear Technique" (ASSOUT), dedicated to preserving the rights of people who want to wear their pants low. His enemy? Legislators who want to ban baggy-pants. His rallying cry? "We're here, we're sheer, and we want to show our rear."
And then I realized, you know, kids do care. They really do. I take it all back.