Gen Z 1st World Issues

Kyle

ULTRA-F###ING-MAGA!
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Maybe if I removed the post-it note on it, it might work..
You should change it up once in a while.

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GURPS

INGSOC
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WOKE College Graduate BREAKS DOWN On Camera After Real Life Reality Check That Her Degree Is USELESS​






 
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GURPS

INGSOC
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Gen Z Is PISSED Over Democrat Policy Keeping THEM POOR, Crime And Illegal Immigration Has Gen Z MAD



 

Kyle

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Gen Z Is PISSED Over Democrat Policy Keeping THEM POOR, Crime And Illegal Immigration Has Gen Z MAD

They have no right to be mad.

The overwhelming majority of their brethren spout off about how wonderful it is, and what a great job Democrats do for them.

#### 'em.
 
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Kyle

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One thing your parents didnt do was piss away half their income on unnecessary ####.

Daily Starbucks $7 coffee concoctions
The Latest iPhone.
Video Games.
$400 purses and other rediculous things.

Et-Cetera! Et-Cetera! Et-Cetera!
 

phreddyp

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One thing your parents didnt do was piss away half their income on unnecessary ####.

Daily Starbucks $7 coffee concoctions
The Latest iPhone.
Video Games.
$400 purses and other rediculous things.

Et-Cetera! Et-Cetera! Et-Cetera!
Bullshit! Boomers of which I am one certainly did muscle cars and trucks, clothes, sporting goods, and boats, pot!
 

Kyle

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Bullshit! Boomers of which I am one certainly did muscle cars and trucks, clothes, sporting goods, and boats, pot!
Maybe you pissed away half your paycheck on that.

I had many of those things, but I didn’t waste half my paycheck on it.
 
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BOP

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Why Gen Z Hates America





Then leave. Plenty of people will buy you a one-way ticket to the socialist utopia of your choice. Good luck getting anyone in your new country to do the same, f*ckface.

Or, hell, these days, maybe they would, just to get rid of the whiny American.

Among the many things I've had to do in my lifetime to scrape together enough money to pay for a room in a boarding house - a misnomer, since they didn't actually serve communal - or any - meals, and put food on my table and gas in my gas-guzzler, it never even occurred to me to curse this great country that I served in both the Navy and the Army reserve. Poorly, but still.

Never once while I was walking the highways and byways of Oklahoma in the winter, dressed in double and in some cases triple layers of clothing because that was all I had, to pick up aluminum cans and whatever metal scrapes I could find so I could take them to get a little money to pay my rent to my roommates, and buy a little food and put gas in my roommates' car - not having one of my own at the time - so they could take me places. Like the recycling center. And my part time job across town.

And that's just ONE example of the things I had to do to scrape by during the Carter years.

The thought never entered my mind to blame everyone but myself. Made getting sober in 1989 and working the 12 steps all that much easier.
 

BOP

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Bullshit! Boomers of which I am one certainly did muscle cars and trucks, clothes, sporting goods, and boats, pot!
You do realize that our generation went from 1946 to 1964, don't you?

That means that when I was 12 and too young to go to Woodstock like my older neighbor friend, my cousins were around 22 and beginning to acquire those things.

By working. And saving. While paying rent, and insurance. And all the things.

You seem to forget that the vast majority of us were not handed anything by the Silent Generation. They themselves being children of the Depression era due to their parents, our grandparents having grown up during that period. My own father was born in 1930, which was just after the "official" end of the Great Depression.

Yeah, they wanted better for us; for us to have the things they didn't have. But they thought in terms of actual birthday parties with cake. And a few gifts, and not just clothing. Because that's fun for children; getting new school clothes on birthdays and holidays instead of, say, toys.

If cars were given at all, it was for graduating high school and for going off to college.
 

Kyle

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You do realize that our generation went from 1946 to 1964, don't you?

That means that when I was 12 and too young to go to Woodstock like my older neighbor friend, my cousins were around 22 and beginning to acquire those things.

By working. And saving. While paying rent, and insurance. And all the things.

You seem to forget that the vast majority of us were not handed anything by the Silent Generation. They themselves being children of the Depression era due to their parents, our grandparents having grown up during that period. My own father was born in 1930, which was just after the "official" end of the Great Depression.

Yeah, they wanted better for us; for us to have the things they didn't have. But they thought in terms of actual birthday parties with cake. And a few gifts, and not just clothing. Because that's fun for children; getting new school clothes on birthdays and holidays instead of, say, toys.

If cars were given at all, it was for graduating high school and for going off to college.
Amen.

My first four cars were all used and purchased for a few hundred dollars each.

I love shooting, but didn’t start adding to my collection till my 30s.

Certainly didn’t spend my paycheck on drugs.

If Phreddy was pissing away half his paycheck on bullshit, it means he was still living his parents Income.
 

phreddyp

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You do realize that our generation went from 1946 to 1964, don't you?

That means that when I was 12 and too young to go to Woodstock like my older neighbor friend, my cousins were around 22 and beginning to acquire those things.

By working. And saving. While paying rent, and insurance. And all the things.

You seem to forget that the vast majority of us were not handed anything by the Silent Generation. They themselves being children of the Depression era due to their parents, our grandparents having grown up during that period. My own father was born in 1930, which was just after the "official" end of the Great Depression.

Yeah, they wanted better for us; for us to have the things they didn't have. But they thought in terms of actual birthday parties with cake. And a few gifts, and not just clothing. Because that's fun for children; getting new school clothes on birthdays and holidays instead of, say, toys.

If cars were given at all, it was for graduating high school and for going off to college.
Bullshit! My father was born in 1915 supported his parents during the depression on the WPA fought in the war and raised a family of five on a $5.00 warehouse job. Don't try to preach to me.

I also watched my contemporaries spend money much of it wastefully fast cars, concerts, boats, motorcycles.

Maybe it's because today's generation has so many things available to buy that we couldn't even dream of that you feel that way.

Each generation has to find their own way thru life, I don't think this generation is any better or worse than any preceding generation. But the again only time will tell.

I myself in no way is giving up on the youth of today.
 

phreddyp

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Maybe you pissed away half your paycheck on that.

I had many of those things, but I didn’t waste half my paycheck on it.
I don't think that most of today's youth do that either.

Even if I did waste half my paycheck back then, it didn't contuine to this present day. I have made out extremely well .

Living well is the best revenge 😌
 

BOP

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‘I don’t have time for anything’: A Gen Zer’s horror at the 10-hour day required to commute to an office for her first job goes viral



A TikTok video of a young woman complaining about her work-life balance after getting her first 9-to-5 position after college—described as “Gen Z girl finds out what a real job is like” in an X post—has gone viral. But while many have perceived her rant to be about having to work, a closer listen shows it’s really about having to commute to and from the office—and what little time there is left in her day after that.

The TikTok video has racked up 228,000 likes since being posted on Oct. 19, with many viewers sympathetic to the poster, identified on the platform as Brielle. The X post mentioned above, from the account @TTEcclesBrown, has racked up 47 million views since being posted on Wednesday, with many responses deriding her.

In the video, the woman notes that remote work would solve her problem, as would affordable rent closer to her office.

“If I was able to walk to work, it’d be fine,” she says, adding later, “Nothing to do with my job at all…Being in the office 9-to-5, like, if it was remote, you’d get off at 5, and you’re home and everything’s fine.”


Instead, she says, “I get on the train at 7:30 and I don’t get home till like 6:15 earliest.” She complains that after her commute she doesn’t have the time or energy to cook dinner or work out. She also wonders, “How do you have friends? How do you have time for, like, dating? Like I don’t have time for anything, and I’m like so stressed out.”

As for why she doesn’t live closer to work, she notes, “There’s no way I’m gonna be able to afford living in the city right now, so that’s off the table.”
Well, and that's fine. She'd probably vote enthusiastically for a 15-minute city.

The problem is, she and the Leftists don't understand the most basic law of economics: supply and demand.

Rents and housing prices are always higher the closer to the desired destination. Even giving up a motor vehicle and all the associated costs often don't defray the cost of rent.
 
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