Tuesday, December 21, 2004

 

Anybody here seen my old friend John?

By now we've all heard of JFK: Reloaded, the game where you get to repeatedly shoot JFK in the head as he is driven through the streets of Dallas. And we've certainly heard the complaints from the elitists who've crammed JFK lore down our throats for forty-plus years.

It looks like JFK has come home to roost for the baby-bitchers. You know, that group of spoiled brats born between 1945 and 1960, or so. It's always amazed me that the WWII generation could go off and beat Hitler, then come home and raise a generation of narcissistic mini-Hitlers. This groups' generational fascism (with its shocking self-importance ascribed to supposedly seminal events like JFK, RFK, MLK, street riots, love-ins, Woodstock, Vietnam, The Beatles, and Watergate) has led to the same resentment among outsiders that German fascism bred.

Let me put it another, more blunt, way: NOTHING IMPORTANT HAPPENED IN THE 1960's! And JFK: Reloaded (great stocking stuffer!) shows just how much other generations are going to give a damn about what was important to the baby-bitchers.

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