> > My grandfather told me the two very most important skills for
> > any young man to have are: auto mechanics and self defense.
> > OK. One has been marginally useful, mostly as a hobby,
> > the other totally useless. Grandpa never saw a computer,
> > so I would not expect him to understand the usefulness of
> > learning to use one, however:
> > How can we avoid passing on similarly inappropriate values
> > to the next generation?
We can't. Generals are always trying to fight the last war.
Fortunately, kids always think they know better than their parents, and
challenge 'inappropriate' ideas.
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