Deeply flawed, but fundamentally decent, I approach life with an irreverent attitude toward certain modern social conventions, while harboring a profound nostalgia for bygone traditions of honor and decency. We each have our own code, and I succeed and fail by mine.
Over at the Daily Mail Online, reporter Chris Brooke writes about the modern technophobic family. The werewolf thinks the Jones's should go the whole nine yards, and eschew anything that requires an electric current. That would impressive. In the meantime, they are like vegetarians who eat fish and allow for turkey at Thanksgiving. Mere poseurs who deserve scorn and derision.