Comments on: Zombie hipsters /2011/09/30/zombie-hipsters/ Identity, society and work in the age of perpetual connectivity Thu, 21 Feb 2013 22:21:04 +0000 hourly 1 By: Sophy Bot /2011/09/30/zombie-hipsters/#comment-7 Sophy Bot Mon, 03 Oct 2011 17:09:31 +0000 /?p=135#comment-7 "what would one call the offspring of a hippie mother and a hipster father" Is it bad that the first thing that came to my head was "dirty?" :-) In all seriousness though, that's exactly the kind of association that's been engendered by the media's portrayal of both social categories. I look forward to the day we stop labeling entire segments of society based on their clothes. “what would one call the offspring of a hippie mother and a hipster father”

Is it bad that the first thing that came to my head was “dirty?” :-)

In all seriousness though, that’s exactly the kind of association that’s been engendered by the media’s portrayal of both social categories. I look forward to the day we stop labeling entire segments of society based on their clothes.

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By: Oz /2011/09/30/zombie-hipsters/#comment-6 Oz Sun, 02 Oct 2011 15:39:44 +0000 /?p=135#comment-6 I'm pleased to see that the interest in hippiedom remains consistent. Not surprised to see interest in goths and punks declining. There's a consistently optimistic strain within the hippie movement, while both goth and punk culture predicated themselves, ar least in part, upon nihilism. Optimists tend to live longer. ;-) Hmmm...I've always wondered though: what would one call the offspring of a hippie mother and a hipster father I’m pleased to see that the interest in hippiedom remains consistent. Not surprised to see interest in goths and punks declining. There’s a consistently optimistic strain within the hippie movement, while both goth and punk culture predicated themselves, ar least in part, upon nihilism. Optimists tend to live longer. ;-)

Hmmm…I’ve always wondered though: what would one call the offspring of a hippie mother and a hipster father

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