I'm only 26 but I remember when you could physically discipline your kids, kids could take a lunch to school without having to pass calorie regulations, and cellphones were for parents so there kids could call them from a pay phone.
Oh yeah I can also remember when the only options kids were given were "go to bed or I'll get you in bed" as opposed to "do you want the iPhone or the Droid"
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