Blame the kids?

To all the citizens angry at children: wow, you are so right! I never knew that children, who cannot vote, had some much power. I didn't know that they were shaping the economy to such a high degree.

This clearly explains why so many companies are headed by children, who insist on mass production of goods. Of course, it makes so much sense.

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It must be the children, instead of the people who can vote and enact change in the world, who are at fault.

The people who can vote spent the last fifty years trying their best to improve the world, and never installed AC or drove cars or needlessly bought things.

They were saints and the children they raised are devils who hate the world and only pretend to care.

How silly of me.

August Denz

Prince George

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