-- "Never trust anyone older than the Internet. That's not the official mantra for the incoming class of college freshmen, who according to an annual list collectively are the first to be younger than the World Wide Web, but it certainly could be."
-- "Most students entering college for the first time this fall — members of the Class of 2015 — were born in 1993. For these students, Andre the Giant, River Phoenix, Frank Zappa, Arthur Ashe and the Commodore 64 have always been dead."
1. There has always been an Internet ramp onto the information highway.
3. States and Velcro parents have always been requiring that they wear their bike helmets.
4. The only significant labor disputes in their lifetimes have been in major league sports.
12. Amazon has never been just a river in South America.
13. Refer to LBJ, and they might assume you're talking about LeBron James
23. There has never been an official Communist Party in Russia.
53. Charter schools have always been an alternative.
57. They've often broken up with their significant others via texting, Facebook, or MySpace.
74. "PC" has come to mean personal computer, not political correctness.