It struck me that young people were remaining in contact with each other without any need to convey or receive information other than the fact that they were in contact with each other. It reminded me of the way social insects behave.
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Unlike in Egypt or Libya, there's no one bad guy to direct one's rage against. There's not even a single act that is the problem. The system is the problem, and that's abstract.
Fareed Zakaria reflects the biases and distorted perceptions of a punditocratic subculture that continues to paint average citizens as reckless children and business executives as Delphic sages.
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