EmbryonicRabbit68 wrote:I dont think it would be exactly the same, but there would be similarities.Today I was just think of things that are picking up, and how they would be in a few years.Pretty soon, it would be a kind-of "new 60s", but without the draft.With Obama there will never be a draft, but if a republican replaces him, god forbid...Sarah Palin(eek!), then yeah she might re-instate it.I can feel there will be change, we just cant sit back and let it happen.We gotta make it happen.
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babson wrote:Know your rights - Someone in a position of authority will definitely try to tell you they are something different.
As far as the Revolution of Peace, I've said somewheres before, my feeling is that it'll happen again if it needs to.
It is sad that we needed a military draft and tens of thousands of dead bodies, to drive us to a Revolution of Peace, but that is/was? the reality of it.
BTW - if you and PF are as young as you say you are - you are some very wise youngsters.
I do certainly understand your sentiment (that it'll happen if it needs to), but I really feel like it does! A revolution needs to come from the people, and I just feel like the people who need change are not in a good enough position to ask for it. If only we were...
EmbryonicRabbit68 wrote:Another problem is, no offense to some of the old hippies on here who had kids, but the majority of them just dropped the hippie thing in the 1970s, got a job, had a kid, who grew up and had the kids who are so into Hannah Montana today, and they wont teach them better because they stopped listening to music when they turned 30 and became an "adult".Thus, why so many kids today are unaware of real music.Not saying they are all like that though, I know theres a lot of loyal hippies still out there.
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