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Wednesday, February 4, A.D. 2015
Generation Wuss

Last year, Bret Easton Ellis published “Generation Wuss” in Vanity Fair. Be forewarned about the language and decadence. I worry that Ellis is largely correct. I am shocked by how psychologically delicate young Americans have become. I blame helicopter parents, electronic device-life, the self esteem cult, and the cowardice of every institution that caves to unreasonable vermin for fear of lawsuits and/or bad p.r. It is a shame, though. I do not know if anything is uglier than an ugly soul—it is such a defacement of what is destined for greatness.

Posted by Joseph on Wednesday, February 4, A.D. 2015
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