More "Summer of Love" crapola. I tell you, we're going to be absolutely sick and tired of this before all the boomer geezers get this out of their system:
The hippie movement bloomed like a kaleidoscopic flower during the Summer of Love.
To be young and part of the counterculture in 1967 was to be tuned in to a revolution that called for you to drop out of the conventional world.
"There was that sense that any boundary -- whether it was rules or government or what your parents wanted you to do -- forget it; it's free thinking, free spirit," said Glenn Gass, an Indiana University music professor who teaches a Beatles course at the Bloomington campus.
Yeah, man, no boundaries. And now he teaches a college-level Beatles course.