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Millennials Problems - What do you think caused them?
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Posted 12/25/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Can't I go one minute without one of you guys calling me stupid because of my age?



Dont worry. In a few years your older self will be calling your younger self stupid all the time.

Posted 12/25/15

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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Can't I go one minute without one of you guys calling me stupid because of my age?



Dont worry. In a few years your older self will be calling your younger self stupid all the time.



Good point. Although I doubt I'll go full conservative.
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Posted 12/25/15

I blame Boomers and also those who cannot be named.
Posted 12/25/15

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what do you think is the cause?



they didn't get their little entitled asses beat a few time (both literally and figuratively) to learn that the world ain't a fair and EQUAL place.
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Posted 12/25/15 , edited 12/25/15

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Baby boomers were also dubbed the "me generation", due to their selfish immature ways. Millennials seem a lot more civic minded than a lot of past generations, which sadly means there's a lot more SJW's in my age group.

But were also going to be considered the "more with less" generation, since many Millennials happily go without many of what previous generations considered as essentials EG: Cars, homes, etc. And it seems like many Millennials prefer "experiences" over material "things". Such as choosing to go on a hike, or adventure to another country instead of purchasing an expensive object. Also the most health nutty age demographic, which is why fast food chains are struggling to advertise to the Millennial population.

Millennials don't make for great "consumers", so business is pissed at them for having different spending habits. I think its much more about this than their impact in the working environment.
I would have thought social media and online shopping made them the biggest consumers.


Not yet at least. They have the lowest purchasing power of any generation yet.
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Posted 12/25/15

bobsagget wrote:


I blame Boomers and also those who cannot be named.


Boomers are a bit old to have started makin' Millennials.

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Poor life choices is my guess.
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bobsagget wrote:I blame Boomers and also those who cannot be named.


Like, people who claim Millennials are just lazily calling themselves blameless martyr victims of that terrible, unenlightened Older Generation?

(What?--Ohh, you mean, those people who cannot be named! The ones who also live a full-time martyr lifestyle of putting all the blame on their parents for the way they turned out.)
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I think women are infected by the radfem cunts and I think men are influenced by the women who are influenced by radfem cunts.
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The problem is the same for every younger generation. The younger generation disagrees with the older generation on some points about life. This disagreement cannot be resolved because neither side can comphrend the otherside's views. Thus the rift is born and the older generation rips on the younger generation.

In 20 or so years the Millenials will be the older generation. They will say the same things about the younger generation. Thus the cycle will continue.
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Posted 12/25/15

Ejanss wrote:


bobsagget wrote:I blame Boomers and also those who cannot be named.


Like, people who claim Millennials are just lazily calling themselves blameless martyr victims of that terrible, unenlightened Older Generation?

(What?--Ohh, you mean, those people who cannot be named! The ones who also live a full-time martyr lifestyle of putting all the blame on their parents for the way they turned out.)


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Posted 12/25/15

bobsagget wrote:
Evil old people are to blame!


Oh, good, we have evil people to blame. Well, at least now we know we don't have to fix the problems, because they were somebody else's fault.
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Posted 12/25/15
I blame the invention of the selfie.
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Posted 12/25/15

VZ68 wrote:



Poor life choices is my guess.


Boomers made me do this to myself.
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