“Everyone ready?" The men turned a knob and the little box lit up. Wavy lines flashed across the screen. They moved the rabbit ears this way and that way and suddenly a person appeared. They turned another knob and sound came out, just like in the movie theater only smaller. Way smaller. "Enjoy," the men said and left.
We certainly didn't think so back then.
“Look there she is!” someone yelled. We raced down that hill, like the devil himself chased us.
What have they missed I wonder? Where are their imaginations? Can they even imagine television with only three channels and signed off at midnight. Can they comprehend life without MTV, twenty-four hour programming and hundreds of channels. Has progress squashed the minds of our young people?
Probably not, now they have to figure out how to combat the evil doer on their x -box. They are a different breed of children. Their lives, unlike ours, are involved in technical things.
Strange, realistic visions and dreams invade Rebecca Brennan’s mind. When she experiences someone’s pain, she’s determined to find out who shares her mind. Her search leads to a small town filled with
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