From the classics to the new, ventriloquism continues to disappoint, though not as much as mistaken identity stories that turn out to only work if you believe everyone needed a pair of glasses.
"Urban Legisode: Eastern State Penitentiary" explains Eastern State Penitentiary, a reform idea that is now best known in Philadelphia for being a great landmark for telling your friends how to find the local restaurants and for the annual Halloween Terror Behind the Walls.
(There also used to be a Bastille Day party that involved throwing Tastykakes at onlookers but that's at least temporarily gone.)
Urban Legisode: Eastern State Penitentiary
May 20, 1954, "Rock Around the Clock" is released. There will always be some dispute as to which was the first real rock'n'roll record, but at this point the discussion is starting to wrap around the question: Which is the last real rock'n'roll song?
There is a weird argument right now that says people in their 20s don't know how to do anything, either because their parents pampered them or because computers do it all for them.
This is the same argument that's been made since young people were invented (May 20, 1954) and it's more of a comedy setup than a reality.
As always, it depends who you're talking about, and what exactly your asking them to do. As always, there are young people who get a lot done -- Masters degrees, startups, artisanal soap, rebuilding a transmission -- and young people who are going to age and never succeed at anything until they end up in management or Fox News commentary.
The bigger danger is that they will be goaded into explaining how they do what they're doing until our ears bleed. No one needs more Ted Talks.