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  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by NihilSustinet View Post
    what the hell are you talking about. Millennials are finally getting to the age where they are in charge now, and their reign is just starting, and once we get over this trump debacle, i think they are going to be the best generation the country has ever had.
    Statisticaly doubt full. We're the first generation to experience the magnification of voice the Internet gives us, but in reality most mellenials according to studys are politically apathetic and the left and right politically active are about normal for a generation at that age, the only anomaly that set us apart is the extreamness of the views held by those political active compared to the prior generation and for all the hype the political violance is actualy very tame compared to the 60s and 70s.

    When we're sat in our 80s and look back on now, it will likly be with disappointment that in the end nothing much really changed.
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    There's a reason most developers use macs which has to do with coding value and not just some oversimplified argument regarding price tag and because of this I have a mac laptop for my work in the tech industry
    honestly pissed my self laughing, macs for software dev...yea right.

  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Dhrizzle View Post
    Boomers are millennial's grand-parents.
    That is not all true. Im a 33 years old millennials, my parents are 63-67 years old boomers.

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Dhrizzle View Post
    Millenials are what, 18-38 now?
    Wikipedia says that Forbes identified Gen Z, the gen after millenials, as born in the mid 90s. 18 years old would be Gen Z, not Millennials. 1981 - 1996 is Millennial range. So 23 years old is the youngest Millennial now.

    Of course, Millennials kept shifting definitions a bit. Growing up, I was firmly in Gen X, then told I wasn't and I was in Gen Y, then they scrapped that name entirely and changed it to Millennials, but the dates were a little after I was born, then the dates changed to ONE year after I was born, then included the year I was born, and last I saw some identify those born in the late 70s are Millennials as well (though most still mark '81 as the start date).

    Now there's a subset within Millennials I've seen referred to as Xennials, which seem to be the 80s kids of the Millennial generation as they are the last ones born prior to the Internet as we now think of it.

    These timelines are so confusing. X3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhrizzle View Post
    Boomers are millennial's grand-parents.
    Per the latest guidelines:

    The Silent Generation: Born 1928-1945 (73-90 years old)
    Baby Boomers: Born 1946-1964 (54-72 years old)
    Generation X: Born 1965-1980 (38-53 years old)
    Millennials: Born 1981-1996 (22-37 years old)
    Post-Millennials: Born 1997-Present (0-21 years old)

    So some Boomers are the parents of millennials and some Boomers are the grandparents of Millennials. Just depends when groups had their kids.

    My parents were born in 1950, so they're Baby Boomers.
    I was born in 1981, so I'm a Millennial (by 22 days, actually)
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  4. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by munkeyinorbit View Post
    Millennials are now adults. Their reign of terror is coming to an end. What have they achieved and who is to blame for their lack of progress. Who are Millennials going to blame next for their shitty lives? Can we trust Gen Z? Are they absolute losers like Millennials or do they actually have a plan for life that isn't "blame everyone else for their situation and scab off the government" tactic. Anecdotal evidence. We just fired a bunch of 30+ year old and replaced them with 22 year old's. Much better.
    Isnt Mark Zuckerberg a millenial?
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  5. #85
    Lol, OP ate his fiber, drank his lax and came to this forum and squeezed this topic out. There are scumbags of all ages. OP included. Worry about yourself and life will be peachy. Edit: Notice OP hasn't replied, as far as I can tell, to anyone.
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  6. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaterasu65 View Post
    I do want to finish it but I don't study enough. It's a very hard one and I've never given it all til now. This June it has to be dealt with.

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    My father is '56 born, isn't he a baby boomer? 94 born here.
    I mean if you've been at the top before you could just be dealing with the issues people who are more intelligent than average deal with. That being a crippling awareness of one's own shortcomings.

  7. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by Monster Hunter View Post
    Statisticaly doubt full. We're the first generation to experience the magnification of voice the Internet gives us, but in reality most mellenials according to studys are politically apathetic and the left and right politically active are about normal for a generation at that age, the only anomaly that set us apart is the extreamness of the views held by those political active compared to the prior generation and for all the hype the political violance is actualy very tame compared to the 60s and 70s.

    When we're sat in our 80s and look back on now, it will likly be with disappointment that in the end nothing much really changed.
    Lol you lost anyone even half way intelligent at "doubt full."

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    I was born in 1985 and am a Millennial.

    I am only 33 years old and I am retired stay triggered baby boomers you leeches.
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  9. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by Fabric View Post
    22 year olds are also millennial
    Quote Originally Posted by Dhrizzle View Post
    Rather than becoming irrelevant we are moving towards the point where millennials become the dominant age range in the work force.
    Both of these are correct. OP just wanted to let his little rant go. He doesn't know a damn thing about any of the things he's saying, but that's probably the fault of Milennials too somehow.

    Millennials are just coming into power, whether we're talking about the corporate world or government. Since politics is dominated by old coots, that will probably take another decade or two before it's majority Millennial. Either way, if one is this butthurt about that generation he is going to have a really bad time for many, many years.

    Somehow in this case, that makes me smile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Themius View Post
    I mean if you've been at the top before you could just be dealing with the issues people who are more intelligent than average deal with. That being a crippling awareness of one's own shortcomings.
    That's exactly the point of my post. Just an utter disappointment in self.

  11. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by munkeyinorbit View Post
    We just fired a bunch of 30+ year old and replaced them with 22 year old's.
    Millennials are those born from 1981 to 1996, which makes the earliest millennial age 37. So basically you're ranting about millennials being replaced by millennials.

    Who are Millennials going to blame next for their shitty lives?
    That's simple to answer, the generation that comes after them. Just like every single generation that came before them.

  12. #92
    I can't for the day when all of the boomers are dead. Such worthless individuals and a pox on the planet. Except my grandma <3

  13. #93
    Huh? We’ve been adults. I’m a Millennial and I’m 32.
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  14. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by Jibjub View Post
    Full disclosure, I buy craft beer too
    What about avocado toast though?

  15. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by laplacedemon View Post
    What about avocado toast though?
    Lol. I have never had it! I do like some gauc though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilhen7 View Post
    Are you that old guy on his front lawn yelling and shaking his fist at the clouds?
    He's got balloons hooked up to his house
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  17. #97
    They'll be relevant until they're dead, like every generation.

    I love how you're already shifting the goalpost over to "okay, surely this NEXT generation will ruin everything instead."

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    Quote Originally Posted by munkeyinorbit View Post
    Millennials are now adults. Their reign of terror is coming to an end. What have they achieved and who is to blame for their lack of progress. Who are Millennials going to blame next for their shitty lives? Can we trust Gen Z? Are they absolute losers like Millennials or do they actually have a plan for life that isn't "blame everyone else for their situation and scab off the government" tactic. Anecdotal evidence. We just fired a bunch of 30+ year old and replaced them with 22 year old's. Much better.
    Well Gramps, you gonna sit on that rocking chair and bitch about the new generations all day or what?
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    My shitty life is pretty good, thanks for caring.
    Also you sound like the guy that hates on all wow expansions, just that it's generations instead of xpacs.

  20. #100
    WTF even is this question? No? A whole generation of humans is not irrelevant.
    READ and be less Ignorant.

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