The American Sun

There comes a time in any profession where the old guard becomes decadent, or can no longer function at peak capacity, and must loosen the reigns to let the younger generations have a kick at the can, for better or for worse. This happened to the Soviets in the 80s, where every week was a state funeral for some such old revolutionary commissar, and the new regime simply couldn’t hack it. In pro wrestling for example (as I am the master at relating everything analogously to wrestling, like Harry Potter fans…well you catch my drift) the old time legends must hand things over to the newer faces (and heels), and step down graciously out of the lime light, to educate the up and comers, and hope that their legacies live on in them… but, when this “turning of the guard” does not happen, very disastrous consequences tend to follow. So…

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