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But I am not on your lawn
BTW I hear all the time about "kids these days" etc
How Millennial's are just **** (They arent) and kids are spoiled these days
It reminds me that his happens literally every generation. Elvis shaking his hips was supposed to be the death of us all. Ladies showing their ankles in the 20's was going to lead to the downfall of society. Its all a bunch of nonsense.
Just happened to catch an episode of Andy Griffith the other day. At the beginning they were complaining about how Opie's generation is spoiled and want everything handed to them. Literally word for word what you hear to describe millennial's or younger people in general today.
Every generation thinks the one after them is ruining everything they worked for. That they are terrible
But it just isn't so.
BTW I am 45 and far from a millennial. I am just smart enough to spot BS when I see it.