Today, we assume, it’s been made legal. Or at least permissable. Because today is National Love-a-Teen Day. It may be on April 20 because that’s the date five years ago that the shootings at Columbine High School occurred, but they didn’t choose to call this day Remember-a-Teen Day or Try-to-Understand-Teenagers Day or even a simple stripped-down Teen Day. No, they called it Love-a-Teen Day. Which, of course, we do every day. But that’s us. However, if you search “teens” on Google images (with the SafeSearch off), this is what you find, so we think perhaps that “love” thing can and will be misinterpreted by certain unwholesome types who at this very moment are cruising MySpace. We’re just saying.
(Photo: teens in happier days, before they had a Day)