20th March 2017
Scott Adams sounds the tocsin.
Here’s the basic problem.
Kids as young as eleven have smartphones. That situation won’t change.
A kid with a smartphone has access to any illegal drug in the world, as well as all the peer pressure in the world.
Pills are small, cheap, odorless, widely available, and nearly impossible for a parent to find in a bedroom search. When you have this situation, the next generation is lost.
That is our current situation.
I would say, think of it as evolution in action. I doubt that Scott Adams would find that persuasive.
Update: Disqus locked me out of commenting on my own post after a few.
Perhaps it’s a conspiracy. Just sayin’.