I'm extremely concerned that the countercultural revolution of the 1960s is wreaking its vengeance and that all those 'righty' blogs (and John Anderson) might be right.
Kids who eat mcDonalds while the old man they hit, while they were racing an unregistered car, dies in front of them.
Parents who can't bring up their kids.
Violence in schools, teachers resigning in protest and/or disgust.
Gen Ys who demand it all now then forget what they wanted because they're onto the next latest thing.
Young people who expect their first home to have 4 bedrooms, 2 garages and a media room.
The 'glassing' epidemic in pubs, alcohol fuelled violence.
Falling abilities in maths and science.
Lack of respect for older people.
And the flag.
All right, that'll do, this is getting silly.
But has the anything goes - hey, this is a place for broad generalisations - attitude of us baby boomers - oh all right, some of us - manifested itself two generations on?
Can't see it in my kids, can't see it in many others of that generation that I know.
But the papers are full of it.
So I'm right to be concerned, I'm not so right that I'm right.
I'm afraid that all work and no play has made Phil a duller boy than he was previously.
However we have filled a gap in the time-space continuum that calls itself VVBSea, and we will return when there's something sensible to say, in the hope that someone will have said it.