Been very busy. Sorry-not sorry, about the lack of posting. This blog has gone on much longer than I would have thought when I started it back in 2002, but obviously it has to take a backseat to other things in my life now that I’m no longer in my mid-20s.
One of the most interesting facts in The Cultural Revolution: A People’s History, 1962—1976 is that there is only one case of a child turning in their parent on a capital crime for which the parent was executed. The child is now a middle-aged man and found this out in his adulthood that his was the only validated instance of this occurring.
Stop helicoptering other people’s kids. This is a real thing.