Longing For The Good Old Days, A Bit of Nostalgia

April 19th, 2005 · No Comments
by Booksquare

Remember when life was simple? That golden era when you merely had to worry about the books on your shelves, the magazines cluttering your coffee table, the CDs in your player, the clothes you wore, the car you drove, the cell phone you used, the coffee your drank? Yes, it was a simpler time.

We long for those days, back before people made judgments based on our playlists (for the record, we have one gigantic mess and the iPod set on random; this shouldn’t surprise anyone). Yes, this story is part of our continuing series chronicling technology and how it makes everything old fodder for breathless stories filled with revelations. Or something like that. That being said, you might want to consider what you’re telling the world when you open your playlist to public ridicule:

It’s similar to when “your mother tells you always to wear clean underwear because you never know if you’re going to end up in the emergency room,” he [Christopher Breen] said. “Now you have to worry if someone sees you have ‘Me and You and a Dog Named Boo’ in your music collection.”

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