Bob Patterson as told to the intern.
Interesting lives are the raw product sought by writers. Living well is not only the best revenge, it is a great way to gather material.
Every year The World's Laziest Journalist has made an effort to note and celebrate National Columnists Day. This year the summer intern has made the annual event an opportunity for soul searching and self-realization because the intern has led a remarkably interesting life and is disappointed that the chances to tell the intern's story are evaporating rapidly.
Hippies were beatnik wannabes and too young to have participated in the beat scene. They went wild and formed the basis of the Hippie fad much to the delight of the reporters and writers of the mainstream media.
Sitting back now, on the back porch of the Amalgamated Conspiracy Theory employee recreational facility, dictating memoirs, may seem mundane but until the mainstream media labels today's college generation the trendsetters will just have to bide their time until the new literary movement is properly initiated.
San Francisco has become the focus point for the internet savvy techies who are elevating gender confusing and dangerous sexual freedoms as the next cultural trend.
San Francisco has become Fantasy Island with franchises in all major urban centers.
Columnists seem to have abdicated their duty to alerting the country of the latest cultural trends instead adopting a politically neutral stances which is politically correct.
Isn't that what they are supposed to be doing? Pushing the boundaries and making people think about what is happening and where that will lead them?
Have the pundits consciously refused to consider the long term effects of Fukushima?
Will any pundit define vicarious trauma for their readers?
Has any pundit reported the conspiracy theory fans are taking a new and closer look at the death of Sonny Bono?