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Millennials: the neverending rape
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#21 The Real Ben Garrison

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 05:50 PM

View PostPLEASUREMAN, on 12 December 2014 - 05:36 PM, said:

View PostThe, on 12 December 2014 - 05:26 PM, said:

View PostMichel Friedman, on 12 December 2014 - 03:52 PM, said:

I think for all its faults Generation Y has a huge potential to produce Hitlers/Breiviks.

While Hitler was within the age group of today's millennials, he had lived on the streets of Vienna, spent 5 years fighting in the trenches of WW1, earned two Iron Crosses and was leading a group of fanatical fighters into beer hall brawls and street fights against proto-shitlibs.

Yes well millennials know Twitter.

We can only hope a few of the good old boys in green came home pissed off and still wanting to fight the good fight. Them not being given many jobs and having to see up close how shitty the world has become will probably create many new Hitlers.

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 05:53 PM

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View PostMichel Friedman, on 12 December 2014 - 03:52 PM, said:

I think for all its faults Generation Y has a huge potential to produce Hitlers/Breiviks.

While Hitler was within the age group of today's millennials, he had lived on the streets of Vienna, spent 5 years fighting in the trenches of WW1, earned two Iron Crosses and was leading a group of fanatical fighters into beer hall brawls and street fights against proto-shitlibs.

he was a runner and pretty well-off financially

:reallawgictrap:

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 06:48 PM

View PostMichel Friedman, on 12 December 2014 - 03:52 PM, said:

I think for all its faults Generation Y has a huge potential to produce Hitlers/Breiviks.

If by Hitlers/Breiviks you mean "miserable failures" then yes.

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 07:18 PM

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and the US seriously has the balls to call itself a bastion of freedom and democracy?

:duke: Damn straight, we do!
you are probably the only poster here as bad as nom d cyber. congratulations

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 09:15 PM

As an Anglo Saxon, who's family has been here longer than this nation has existed, I'll always have pride in America, for what it was. Even as it burns.

Go suck a dick if you got a problem with that, eloH!

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 09:29 PM

Most criticisms of millennials are aimed at leftist Twitter activist types. But I can't help but feel "boomer hate" circle jerks originate from the same place whiny liberal millennial attitudes do. Making excuses, whining about how much easier they had it, joking about boomers' earnest attitudes toward work. I imagine the whiny little s**ts at my first job who sighed and bitched whenever the manager asked them to do something. They always tried to get me to whine with them "doesn't this suck? isn't he a dick?" (Editor's note: I didn't because I'm better than them. I'm unique) Complaining served as a bonding and validation mechanism for them. "we're in this together. doesn't this suck? Right?!"

The essence of "Millennialism" seems to be a whiny refusal to accept responsibility and a social desire to find others who feel the same. I don't think it's limited to hypersensitive leftists. Millennials are just more receptive to identity politics because of spoiled attitudes they already have. It's a pre-packaged, easy-to-regurgitate justification/validation of their existing attitudes. And they can make careers out of it without having to leave the house.

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Posted 12 December 2014 - 11:50 PM

View PosteloH, on 12 December 2014 - 07:18 PM, said:

View PostThe Real Ben Garrison, on 12 December 2014 - 02:04 PM, said:

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and the US seriously has the balls to call itself a bastion of freedom and democracy?

:duke: Damn straight, we do!
you are probably the only poster here as bad as nom d cyber. congratulations

eat s**t niglet


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Posted 13 December 2014 - 06:49 AM

View PostMichel Friedman, on 12 December 2014 - 05:53 PM, said:

View PostThe, on 12 December 2014 - 05:26 PM, said:

View PostMichel Friedman, on 12 December 2014 - 03:52 PM, said:

I think for all its faults Generation Y has a huge potential to produce Hitlers/Breiviks.

While Hitler was within the age group of today's millennials, he had lived on the streets of Vienna, spent 5 years fighting in the trenches of WW1, earned two Iron Crosses and was leading a group of fanatical fighters into beer hall brawls and street fights against proto-shitlibs.

he was a runner and pretty well-off financially

:reallawgictrap:

He was dead broke (slept on park benches and a homeless shelter in Vienna). And being a runner was dangerous as hell. He was wounded twice and finished the war in a hospital blinded from mustard gas

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Posted 13 December 2014 - 10:21 AM

View PostThe Real Ben Garrison, on 12 December 2014 - 05:50 PM, said:

View PostPLEASUREMAN, on 12 December 2014 - 05:36 PM, said:

View PostThe, on 12 December 2014 - 05:26 PM, said:

View PostMichel Friedman, on 12 December 2014 - 03:52 PM, said:

I think for all its faults Generation Y has a huge potential to produce Hitlers/Breiviks.

While Hitler was within the age group of today's millennials, he had lived on the streets of Vienna, spent 5 years fighting in the trenches of WW1, earned two Iron Crosses and was leading a group of fanatical fighters into beer hall brawls and street fights against proto-shitlibs.

Yes well millennials know Twitter.

We can only hope a few of the good old boys in green came home pissed off and still wanting to fight the good fight. Them not being given many jobs and having to see up close how shitty the world has become will probably create many new Hitlers.

Doubt it will happen. Many companies, and every government agency is mandate to give preferential hiring and first dibs to veterans. This mostly came after Vietnam, but I'm sure that more than a few policy makers realized that it was a smart idea to keep trained killers employed and happy.

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Posted 13 December 2014 - 10:49 AM

Thank you for this important thread, PMAN.  As a Millennial at the oldest end of the generation, I have expertise in Millennial whininess and uselessness.  

You used the word, "anomic" in chat to describe rich men who make childish decisions that ruin their lives despite their career and business success.  Millennials - because of the wealth of this country and the wealth of their parents - are some of the most anomic people the world has yet seen.  When they are younger, we may blame their parents who failed to teach them about family as they likely got divorced themselves.  They failed to pass on a work ethic so Millennials refuse to learn to start on the bottom.  They've taught their kids to go to 'college' and get a worthless degree that leaves them in debt and no more employable than before they started.  They've been raised with lies told to them by older generations.  We may sympathize with them in this regard.

However, the older we get, the more we believe these lies simply because they provide excuses for our failure to learn and adapt.  People believe lies because they want to.  By the time we're 30, no one wants to hear our excuses anymore, they want us to start contributing many things to society: marriages, work, family and not tweets about Prop H8.  Millennials fail to understand that the sooner they drop all their excuses, the better it will be for them.  Since the younger members of this generation despise wise council and advice, our sympathy for them gradually evaporates.

Millennials have a choice: be a unicorn and buck the trend of their generation and make a lot of money and find fulfillment in life or hit 40 and still do what they're doing in their 20s.  Might as well load the chamber and end it now if the latter.

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Posted 13 December 2014 - 09:04 PM

Millennials are 100% the products of Baby Boomer brainwashing through public education.

I suggest drafting them into the military.

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Posted 13 December 2014 - 10:26 PM

View Postwhite_nigger, on 13 December 2014 - 09:04 PM, said:

Millennials are 100% the products of Baby Boomer brainwashing through public education.

I suggest drafting them into the military.

stop posting.

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Posted 14 December 2014 - 08:53 PM

Henry Dampier did this topic all of two days ago, great job citing him, Jew :stuckup:

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If I had to generalize, the main reasons why the Millennial generation is dysfunctional is because of insulation from competition, organizational chaos around them, and a resultant lack of healthy friendship. This is what people tend to mean when they use terms like ‘atomization.’ It’s not just that people are isolated, it’s that they’re isolated in a chaotic social environment.

People in the business press will often try to explain why millennials need to be treated differently to manage their unusual psychologies.

In the US, we’ve gone from what was once a highly competitive culture into a cut-down-the-tall-poppy culture that’s more common in Asian countries, Europe, and South America. Part of the reason for this is that this is the first generation to grow up with enormous numbers of new people from Asia and South America. The positive spin that’s often put on this is that it’s a less materialistic culture. Well, that may be, but primitive tribes without plumbing are also less materialistic. A certain amount of materialism is what keeps humans out of the trees.

This generation is also the first to really bear the full brunt of feminism and women in the work force.

All of this leads to caginess, social fracture, romantic nihilism, and corporate dysfunction.

This is a generation that, as children, tended to be used as chemistry sets for new psychiatric theories that tend to be developed and discarded in five year cycles. The results of using children’s brains as chemistry sets seem to be, at least from self-reports, widespread psychosis.

People whose formative experiences were having quack doctors tell them all the ways in which they were disabled and deficient (while simultaneously telling them that they were talented and special) lead to people with a strange sense of identity.

We’re what happens when you have classes for middle schoolers that explain why promiscuity is healthy and masturbation is a great idea. This was a bold social experiment, and now we know what the results look like. It’s not just the chemicals, but the pioneering psychological theories pushed onto people without much thought about the potential damage that might be done. Libraries have been filled with books of untested notions, and then those ideas have been promoted at scale at schools, universities, clinics, and hospitals.

The baby boomers get a lot of credit for being the vanguard of the ‘sexual revolution,’ but even those that have divorced tend to have an idea of what romance and monogamy means. It’s difficult for people in the older set to understand how, among young people, even in the upper classes, monogamy has become strange, and even a perverse behavior, before increasingly fewer feel the pressure to go into a sham marriage to satisfy someone’s baby rabies.

While millennials are highly educated, they’re educated in a system that has watered down standards to the point of uselessness. Meanwhile, many of those people with watered-down credentials believe that they are entitled to high positions in the workforce. This leads to frenetically chaotic competition in which employers with limited legal means to discriminate among employees based upon ability have to sort through huge numbers of people who are all desperate for work, without being permitted to efficiently test the capacities of the people looking for that work.

Additionally, many of those people are saddled with debts that push them to compete much harder for work than they probably should be. Demand for labor to repay debts (created ex nihilo, with a ‘native advertising’ campaign called K-12 paid for by the government) displaces demand for labor based on capability and interest to do the job.

That all happens in the larger context of economic chaos caused by Federal Reserve policy, egregious acts like Obamacare, and foreign competition taking advantage of the civil conflict within the US.

Faced with this pile of problems that single people can’t solve, the typical response is to pray for the apocalypse. That’s understandable. It’s also the morally wrong response.

A lot of the common life problems that millennials experience are due to people no longer really looking after one another. Families, which are supposed to fulfill this purpose, have been greatly damaged or obliterated in enormous numbers. It’s sort of like what happens when formerly owned dogs become strays. Their hair gets patchy, they don’t eat good food, they develop weird habits, they have trouble socializing, and they become incapable of doing ordinary dog-like things.

People aren’t much different. Without close friends, family, and spouses, people tend to become unhealthy, erratic, and unproductive. They begin worshiping strange idols, obsessing over useless paths of knowledge, making bad art, and abusing drugs. The people that are supposed to help other people to resolve their problems will tend to instead just do what they can to triage the dysfunction, tell the person who has made themselves worthless that they still possess essential worth, and go on to the next dysfunctional person.

The reason why we hold each other to standards of behavior, health, and appearance is because a breakdown of this process causes the breakdown of civilization: city by city, town by town, village by village, family by family, person by person.

Apocalyptic violence only makes those problems far worse and usually has multi-generational negative consequences. Chaotic civil war doesn’t select for civilized traits. The people who thrive during chaotic civil wars are killers, pimps, smugglers, and whores in that order. The higher arts disintegrate almost immediately, because delicate spirits must either coarsen or escape to survive the conflict. Keeping the electricity running and the plumbing working is a big enough challenge: producing literature and advancing technology becomes impossible.

There may be some small hope for the Millenials, who at least have the excuse of never having had any firsthand experience of a more sensible world, but the Baby Boomers have no excuse, having had better instruction, better talent, and the knowledge of a better world.  It's not millenials who openly s**t on their most creditable ancestors, these basic bitches don't even know who John Muir is.

The dumb selfie generation is a million times less infuriating than the photo of the two Boomers looking pensive for the camera as they start the great auction of anything that may have stirred better memories.

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Posted 14 December 2014 - 09:34 PM

good find

edit: lol why did I say that piece of s**t article was a good find?  I must have been drinking cough syrup

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Posted 15 December 2014 - 12:09 AM

Millenials are victims of their own unrealistic expectations, given to them by their parents with the best of intentions. Most of their ridiculousness is a product of them either overestimating their specialness, or grappling with the psychological fallout of realizing they aren't special. A constant barrage of media celebrating Zuckerberg, Snooki or other overnight millionaires gives the illusion that anyone can make it huge from their dorm room, and quickly, too. Failures aren't profiled. Video games also create the illusion of omnipotence and assuredness of success. As a result almost no millenial's private mental life involves a realistic concepualization of how the world works, nor how they fit into it.

Another factor has to be the distance between events like WW2 and the Great Depression. I have living relatives that were born in true poverty and faced death or starvation during and after the war. Experiences like that will dispel entitlement pretty thoroughly. Millenials have had it so good they think microaggressions are just the latest holocaust.

Looking at the shortcomings of millenials just reaffirms that the boomers are hands down the worst generation. Their delusions of grandeur involved trashing a perfectly good society because feeeeeelings, and they actually thought (and still think) they've made it better. At least millenials just think they deserve the corner office.

Edited by Finkle is Einhorn, 15 December 2014 - 12:15 AM.


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Posted 15 December 2014 - 12:53 AM

50 Things About Millennials That Make Corporate America Sh*t Its Pants
A charming piece written by a Millennial with near-Boomer levels of self-regard

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Like that girl you can’t understand, Corporate America has gone from scorning us to fearing us. The bosses don’t understand why we’re not pleading to work with them, why we’re not wearing suits to interviews and why the hell we’re not trying to make a good impression on them.

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7. We have social media on our side.

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14. We’re not on that suit and tie.

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19. We’re more educated, by the book and the street.

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23. We have that “f*ck you” attitude.

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31. We distribute the news, not the other way around.


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Posted 15 December 2014 - 01:41 AM

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We no longer see adulthood as the end of our childhood, but the beginning of something even more liberating.

:lol:

this f**king thing is an instant classic

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Lauren Martin is a Senior Lifestyle Writer at Elite Daily. After graduating from PSU, she moved to NYC to write fart jokes at Smosh Magazine. Making her way to ED, she now writes riveting commentary on nude pics, condoms and first dates.

I'm gonna go way out on a limb and guess that there are some rich parents somewhere in this picture.

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Posted 15 December 2014 - 01:43 AM

out of fairness some of the millennial replies are pretty realtalk:

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Wow, what a wonderful, self-aggrandizing piece of drivel. Millennials scare corporate America because older Americans realize that an entire generation of spoiled, selfish, entitled, lazy, delusional children who have been told that they're special since they were born without ever actually accomplishing anything and were raised to do whatever they "felt like" with no sense of personal accountability for anything are going to be in charge entirely too soon. Ours is a generation of such weak minded individuals that there have been lawsuits over failing grades and the use of red pens in grading because it hurts people's feelings. We seem to think that the world owes us something and we, collectively, contribute little to nothing to society while taking, taking, taking some more. The fact that some of you actually can write or agree with this kind of nonsense basically proves the point. None of these things scare corporate America. The fact that you actually believe this nonsense and that someday soon you'll be in charge is what actually frightens people

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This article further makes me ashamed to be a part of this generation. Almost all of the things listed are why our country is continuing to wither away, and why most of our generation doesn't have a job and tries to play the system. I envy the 40-50 year olds, at least the work ethic is there and s**t got done


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Posted 15 December 2014 - 01:44 AM

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49. We have morals.



:lol:


As a 27 year old in the thick of it all every day with my peer group, no, no you do not.

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Posted 15 December 2014 - 01:48 AM

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We’re not going to hand our souls over to men in suits or women in pencil skirts.

YOU ALREADY DO




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15. We’d rather start work at 10 and finish at 10.


Wait, what? That sounds terrible.

Edited by Eternal_Return, 15 December 2014 - 01:52 AM.




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