Aw, man! It’s the Seventies again! Bummer!

We’ve got the energy crisis, we’ve got the foreign quagmire, we’ve got the wacky economy. Wait a minute — It’s the Seventies all over again! I did the Seventies already! Hey! No flashbacks!

Admittedly, people are getting the details wrong. Hybrid cars that combine fuel economy and conspicuous consumption? Gross! A fad for piercings that leaves young people with more holes in them than Bonnie and Clyde? Double gross! What are people smoking?

Look, if we’re going to do the Seventies again, let’s do it right. Attention, young people! Ditch the black clothing and wear pastels! Attention, politicians! Let’s see more resignations! Attention, lunatic fringe! More conspiracy theories! (It was JFK himself on the grassy knoll!)

Let’s all pull together and make this a groovier world.

That is all.

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Robert Plamondon has written three books, received over 30 U.S. patents, founded several businesses, and is an expert on free-range chickens. His publishing company, Norton Creek Press, is a treasure trove of the best poultry books of the last 100 years.

2 thoughts on “Aw, man! It’s the Seventies again! Bummer!”

  1. Yes, the Seventies appear to be back, although some people still refer to both decades as the Sixties.
    On an unrelated issue, I have a question: Do you know of the best (non-pesticide) way to get rid the the mites that chickens peck off each other, resulting in all their tail feathers and even more being pecked off? Nude chickens are pretty disgusting looking, and don’t winter very well.

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