Sarah is so cute.
We live our lives afraid of the mistakes we’ve made. We’re afraid of the people we might become. We’re afraid of our failures and so we’ve become content with our mediocrity. We make excuses about the places we came from and the things we can’t change. We’ve settled for good. We’ve stopped fighting for great.
People say The Greatest Generation grew up during The Great Depression and fought in World War II. They say they were selfless and determined. They say they shaped who we are now. They’re right. But it begs the question: Why not us? Why aren’t we reaching for the same? Why can’t we be The Greatest Generation?
Your depression, your anxiety, your pain, your disillusion with the world; it’s time to put it all aside. We’re sick of settling for good. We’re sick of calling someone else the greatest. It’s our turn to shape the world. This is our chance to push through the challenges and the setbacks and define ourselves. I want to be remembered for more than this. I think we all do.
People say, “The Greatest Generation has come and gone,” but they’re wrong. They haven’t seen what we’re capable of.
Man Young New England is just not good at all. What happened?
You go to Taco Bell because you want Taco Bell. If you show up at Taco Bell and they say, “Hey, fuck you, we only serve burgers now,” chances are you’re going to be bummed. Not necessarily because the burger is bad, but because you wanted Taco Bell. But if you show up there every day and they keep giving you a straight-up hard taco, you’re going to eventually get sick of Taco Bell. And then that’s where the Doritos Locos taco comes in, because it’s still a taco, but it’s even newer and even better. And so, that’s what we’re going for. You come to the Wonder Years because you want a Wonder Years record, and you’re going to get it…except now it’s in a nacho-cheese shell.