Scott may have grown up in the ’60s, but he was not a hippy. He did not participate in Vietnam in combat or in protest (he was in the fifth grade when it ended). Nor was he at Woodstock. A teen in the seventies and early eighties, he did experiment with various substances for a time; enjoys rock and roll (most forms of music actually); spent several years in a Christian community that lived and worked together; left the US Navy as a conscientious objector; likes to wear jeans, loose shirts, and long hair. And he likes to write poetry. So, technically, Scott could be called a hippy, even though he was too young at the time to participate.
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