Re: what did you do to your motorized bicycle today?
There are a huge number of blokes in their 50's - 70's that have been brought up pre-electronically, then been around during all the changes to technology we've seen in the last 50 years. This group are a vast expanse of knowledge, and when they go I believe we'll all be missing them as a cohort. I'm 38 this year, and glad I grew up on the recieving end of that hand-down of knowledge from dad. My boy will have every opportunity to learn how to use hand tools.