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Quit blaming "them."
It's going to take something cleverer than old folks' homes to solve the ancient problem of few enslaving many. Trashing the planet seems to be a byproduct of this greed; whatever it takes.
Greed, fraud, and malfeasance are not generational issues. And it wasn't just millenials who were damaged.
The older generation caused the economic crisis that resulted in an abysmal job market for the older millennials.
None of them?
The millennials that I know have college educations but aren't able to find good work, if any!
As a side note, it seems like if you want to earn a living these days, you have to get your masters or doctorate.
I've been listening to a lot of The Beatles lately. I'm not as much of a fan of the pop stuff that shows up on Oldies stations, but I'm learning that there was a pretty cool rock scene that isn't played as much on the radio.
The highlighted part also expresses my opinion. Of course anyone that's interacted with me realizes that. Lol
originally posted by: Infinitis
a reply to: Greathouse
The older generation designed and built the world of escalators, and waste that children live in today. Just because the old lady lived a less wasteful world as a child means nothing - because her generation grew up and designed this mechanical world of waste.
This is a very misleading message. The "green thing" is a last resort now that our world has been put on this 'development' path, it's the best our generation can do. How does the way the world existed before the older generation destroyed it justify her unwillingness to care about the environment now?
originally posted by: Greathouse
a reply to: Asktheanimals
I've got an old 70's Curtis Mathis console TV I got it out of storage for my man cave and it still works like a charm. Do you know who convinced me to buy it?
Paul Harvey........... Good Day