I stayed overnight for 2 nights at my jobsite which was out in the middle of no where, about 60 miles from where I live. Basically we worked for a township and demolished 2 abandoned farm houses. I didn't feel like making such a huge commute, especially since we were starting work at 330, so I set my tent up and slept their for 2 nights.
The older guy that was running the site thought the idea was cool, but none of the younger people on the crew could possibly understand how I could handle 5 or 6 hours in the evening without tv or a computer. I had fun, I got to explore the town, talk with people at several stores I visited about the area, eat at a nice little restaurant, and then fix my hammer which I just busted another handle on. Finally, after setting my tent up, I got to watch an exceedingly beautiful sunset, followed by some great star gazing that couldn't have been done in my crappy neighborhood. None, I repeat none of the people under 30 could understand why I enjoyed this. Maybe the fact that most of them are from socal has something to do with it, but still, I was rather disgusted to see how addicted to media devices younger people are becoming.
Does anyone else see youthful computer and TV addiction as a disturbing trend?