How sad for you. I think you've missed the point entirely--I'mjust thankful that those young people 50 years younger than you seem to grasp it better than you have! Yearbooks are for remembering, not for getting some kind of reward for what you've done lately. I'm 43, and I still have all my yearbooks, and my 49 year-old husband does, too. And I know where they are, and I get them out every once in a while when I hear someone died, or whatever. I'm glad I have them, and as a yearbook adviser now, we do the best we can to create a book the kids can be proud of and can go back years from now and look at and remember the "good old days." It's offensive, frankly, that you think something we work so hard to produce is forgotten and has little value. It says more about you than it does about the books!