"I live in a traditional town and am surrounded daily by anecdotal evidence reinforcing my cities-are-good-for-kids instincts, not just with my own child but with other kids too. But then I started thinking: I wonder if there are aspects of modern life, routinely accepted as normal, that my child won’t be prepared for."
Scott Doyon gets caustic as he gives some examples of what kids raised in walkable neighborhoods may have trouble dealing with when they grow up:
It's not Friday. But it is funny. And sad, all at once.