Found in Paul Turners "The Slice" Column in the Spokesman Review Tues. 7/18/2006:
In an S-R story last week
about the fate of a rustic Boy Scouts dining hall at Diamond Lake, a
scouting official was quoted as saying "The kids don't care about
That prompted a note from Karen Mobley. "I started thinking about all the ways you could complete the sentence 'Kids don't care about….'
"Kids don't care about nuclear physics, dentistry, crop science or musicology. I suspect that because they don't care isn't a reason to stop teaching them the value of something like history, art or fine construction craftsmanship.
"This could be a letter to the editor but 'Kids don't care about letters to the editor' either."