Why would the kids of 2045 be interested in the pop culture of the '80s?
When was the last time you met a millennial, or someone younger, interested in the pop culture of the '50s? It seems the kids of today would rather jump out of a plane without a parachute than binge-watch "Gunsmoke," biblical epics, and "The Danny Thomas Show." Does the book explain why the kids of 2045 inexplicably find the '80s endearing? Or, is the fact that the author likely grew up in the '80s the reason why the kids of tomorrow find it so fascinating .... even though in reality they would probably rather study cartography than immerse themselves in a sixty-year-old decade?share