"We’re surrounded by children, who since they were born, Have watched us living like robots and think it’s the norm. It’s not very likely you’ll make World’s Greatest Dad, If you can’t entertain a child without using an iPad.
When I was a child, I’d never be home. Be out with my friends, on our bikes we would roam. I’d wear holes in my trainers, and graze up my knees We’d build our own clubhouse high up in the trees.
Now the parks are quiet, it gives me a chill, See no children outside and the swings standing still. There’s no skipping, no hopscotch, no church and no steeple. We’re a generation of idiots, smart phones and dumb people.” (1:50)