The things the writer did not like about his youth.
The writer's childhood memories.
The things the writer considers important for children.
The things the writer missed in his childhood.
The games the writer played with friends.
The trips to the writers' grandparents.
The basketball games.
The video games.
They only stay indoors.
They are the first generation to play Golden Eye.
The writer's generation did not play games outside.
The writer's generation is the first to grow up with lots of technology.
All the new technology that has changed the world.
All the new computer games that the writer knows.
Great new ways of spending your time.
New ways of making friends.
He used to like them, but not anymore.
As a child, he would have preferred computer games.
He is afraid they are going to disappear.
He thinks computer games teach children more.
They are much nicer than outdoor games.
Outdoor games are much nicer.
They have replaced outdoor games.
He will miss them when he grows older.
They know much more about computers.
He thinks they will miss their computers when they grow older.
He thinks they spend too much time playing their computers.
He thinks they miss the outdoor games.
They still really like them.
They don't know how great they can be.
They still play them, but not very often.
Children really hate these games.
Playing a computer game and getting a high score.
Being afraid of the monster in the woods.
Being afraid of talking to other people.
Crossing the yard.
Playing with computers.