Newswire: Field where your parents had sex to Jefferson Airplane designated historic landmark

The site of the 1969 Woodstock music festival, where your parents got high and rutted in the open air and thereby changed the world, has been officially designated a historical site, forever preserving it as a symbol of the epochal “spirit of the ’60s” in something besides the self-congratulatory memories of Baby Boomers. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday that the former dairy farm in Bethel—now home to the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts—has been added to the National Register of Historic Places, so that future generations might be forced to listen to how it changed everything from modern members of an establishment who get watery-eyed while paying lip service to the liberal ideals they once championed, yet now ensure a tightly reined, pragmatically moderate version of progressivism that won’t upset the many corporate interests these former hippies spent decades acquiring.

“Woodstock was a pivotal …

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