The right continue to infantilise school students who have opinions. It's a bizarre and flawed example of generational thinking.
US students have been making headlines recently for their vocal opposition to the nation's gun laws. And they aren't backing down.
Phillip Frazer didn't know a lot about music when he launched Go-Set with his friend Tony Schauble in 1966. But what a glorious ride it was.
Let's not be too hard on Eddie McGuire, the Coalition stabs Labor in the back over donations, and other political issues of the day.
Crikey work experience kid and angry teen Ruby Krupka writes on societal changes made under the Baillieu government, from on-the-spot swearing fines to openly gay students being allowed to get expelled from religious schools.
One day, a 14 year old girl sent a picture of herself naked to her boyfriend. Within weeks the entire school had seen the photo, children were charged with child pornography distribution and an entire community was battling the distressing effects of child 'sexting'.
"You're dead meat, you nerd!" yells the bully as he trips over/throws in a pool/gives a wedgie to the dorky kid in front of the cute girl, in this magnificent tribute to the bullies from '80s teen movies.
Whether it's used instead of um, a pause or just while you grasp around for something witty to say, Christopher Hitchen explores how the grammar battle was lost with uptalk and filler words. And it's not just teens who are to blame.