I got this quote of Brennus from the Attention all monarchists thread I think.
I wanted to better understand how videos and concern with grammar then do not help in learning a language, Brennus.
That's my opinion but I think there is evidence for it. I'm afraid I'm a bit of a weirdo. I think that too much technology erodes our natural abilities and that the human race is getting weaker all the time. We're turning into a bunch of "eloi" like in H.G. Wells "The Time Machine." We can now entertain disenting opinions.Brennus
I do agree with you here. I know that human beings before us were much wiser than our society is now. Even wiser than our own parents is seems! Now I ask what evidence is there though that we find to prove that people of days of old were much smarter and wiser than we are now? Also how do videos and technology then take away from our memorization skills, and how do they affect brainwaves?
What did you mean by "We can now entertain dissenting opinions"?
It stems from a lack of faith. They and their parents simply don't know which way is up. Once adrift the generations are fundamentally feckless.
I agree, creimann. Since the Catholic Church was rejected by many by the 1950s, the "good times" would not last long despite the apparent solid foundation of morals still present in society.