There is no cause to be concerned that young people of today will discover the warnings found in these 'stories' or heed the messages sent to their criminally intent members, for IF they can read, they will not spend the time here. Their decision on where and how to spend their time would, more often than not, be to visit a mall, play a violent video game, listen to 'rap' or on some other method of non-productivity. The valuable material they could gather here-in is right up there, to them, with learning how to do simple math without a computer The saddest issue here is that the youth of today may have more possessions when they become 'one eyed fat old men' but they are destined to have enjoyed and experienced much less of life than those of us from the "Greatest Generation" of the forty's to the "Not So Great Generation" of the sixties who have tried to alert them to this fate. We wish them well in their quests and ultimately hope they will have as few regrets during their last phase of life as we do. God bless "Let the good times roll "