What's The Matter With Kids Today?
John Mendelsohn, Creem, October 1987
THERE ARE lots of wide open spaces around where I live. In the late spring, I can gaze out from the window of my study and watch deer and squirrels and jack-rabbits and butterflies enjoying the great outdoors together as though posing for the cover of Bambi. But no little creatures are visible from the window of my study today, for the Evils have decided to rehearse at their drummer's house across the meadow again.
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