High School's Getting Flatter

For most people, high school was a time of self-doubt, misery, vicious tribal warfare, pessimistic short-term thinking, and wispy mustaches. But not Tom Friedman, as this newly discovered high-school column makes clear: "There was an explosion, a crashing of silver on tile, an upturned tray and a splattering of applesauce, followed by a cold silence that was as heavy as a stormcloud before a great downpour..." Read the whole thing here.

I Think Tomorrow is Going to be Different Than Today [The American Mastodon]


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