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I'm wondering is there something wrong with millenials? I hear younger generation trash it on PS4

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dx11332sega said:
They also said drake trashes tupac and snoop dogg and all the old school rappers

Eh. Drake is better than them when it comes to putting up numbers. Peronally i think they Tupac and Snoop are more talented since they write there songs but i feel like Drake is better when it comes to delivery. 

John2290 said:
Generation social media, I think the youngest millennial would be 18 now going on 19.

Google says 22.



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hmmm I'm seeing a whole lot of people unable to take responsibility for their wrong doing and hardcore playing the victim card... Maybe that's why they hate Millenial's so much?.



jason1637 said: 
John2290 said:
Generation social media, I think the youngest millennial would be 18 now going on 19.

Google says 22.

Usually millenials are born between 80 and 00, but it's true that people born in 99 are a lot closer to Gen Z than to the rest of Gen Y (officially born as Gen Y, but grew up in the same conditions as Gen Z).

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From my experience, Millennials were raised as the 'self esteem' generation - at least in the states. More influential than participation trophies and the like was the message from all of my elders and the media that you can be and do anything you want if you just believe. The reality of the Great Recession, a shrinking middle class, and modern life in general could be a rude awakening to many. I turned out okay and chasing those dreams did make for some good memories along the way, but I'd probably be much further along in my career and standard of living if I had been given more realistic advice growing up like kids are probably getting today. As far as generational images are concerned, though, Faelco has the right idea.



Isn't every generation trash-talking about whatever comes before and after them? It's what people do. Always trying to make themselves look better than the rest and stuff. It's stupid. But I can understand when it comes from kids. They don't know better. I was the same when I was young.

That said, I'm proud to be a millennial and I am happy to have experienced the 90s first hand! That decade was totally awesome and I feel sorry for anybody who wasn't there. =P

 

Edit: Also, who the fuck is drake? 



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Cerebralbore101 said:
The reason why people think Millenials are bad, is because we all grew up with the internet. We also had to grow up with the horrible repercussions of smaller government. Health care is insanely expensive because the government refuses to step in and control prices. Student loan debt is out of control, because regulators refused to shut down for-profit schools. As a result, the generations that came before us see us as lazy, and broke.

But all the stuff that makes us Millenials seem bad, (or actually be bad), is effecting Gen Z just the same. So they should have no reason to look down on any of us.

Your comment makes no sense, as government in the US (You seen to be speaking from a US perspective) is much, much larger than it has ever been, and has been growing tremendously throughout your entire lifetime, along with the problems that you mentioned.



I've seen plenty of millennials that had great work ethics and were very well spoken. The biggest losers I've known in my life have tended to be boomers and Xers. I'm an Xer.



Cerebralbore101 said:
The reason why people think Millenials are bad, is because we all grew up with the internet. We also had to grow up with the horrible repercussions of smaller government. Health care is insanely expensive because the government refuses to step in and control prices. Student loan debt is out of control, because regulators refused to shut down for-profit schools. As a result, the generations that came before us see us as lazy, and broke.

But all the stuff that makes us Millenials seem bad, (or actually be bad), is effecting Gen Z just the same. So they should have no reason to look down on any of us.

"the government will take care of me" is why they suck and know nothing. Know nothing of failed socialism that has been tried for years over and over with the same result of millions suffering. Government is NOT the solution but indoctrination in schools has taught them otherwise.

 

Once the liberty is lost, there will be no place to go if the USA is a socialist country, im all for sending them to others that do to keep the mandate that is socialism. bc i will just quit my job before i let my paycheck be taxed to hell. 

 

I will be waiting when they come for me for not believing as they do.



 

OdinHades said:

Isn't every generation trash-talking about whatever comes before and after them? It's what people do. Always trying to make themselves look better than the rest and stuff. It's stupid. But I can understand when it comes from kids. They don't know better. I was the same when I was young.

That said, I'm proud to be a millennial and I am happy to have experienced the 90s first hand! That decade was totally awesome and I feel sorry for anybody who wasn't there. =P

 

Edit: Also, who the fuck is drake? 

Nathan Drake, you know, from Uncharted.



Snoopy said:

Millennials are criticized for many things. The main criticism is that they're soft and lazy.

I am a Millennial.
I am willing to place money down that I work harder than allot of those from my prior or successive generations.

Faelco said:

We didn't all grow up with internet though, it's the thing that opposes us to Gen Z. Millennial start in 1980, we're the last generation who "played outside" when we were kids, while Gen Z plays on computers and their parents iPad when they're 3 years old.

Millenials learned life without internet, and then grew up at the same time as internet, which makes us IMO more logical about it than other generations (we know how to use it, but we also know that life was possible without it). Gen Z kids are the one who would kill themselves if they had to live without internet for more than a day.

Millennial are those who were born between 1981-1996.
We had dial-up, not everyone had access to it though.

However... By the time we were "old enough to know better". - Internet was commonplace... And we were the first generation to leverage it fully.

I was using the internet from probably 1992 onwards, before Windows and Internet explorer was ever really a thing, but I am probably the exception rather than the rule.



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