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6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.
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6/28/2016 7:14:00 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?

It's their's.
What do they want?

Your welfare.
What do they have to contribute?

Nothing.
Anything goes.
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6/28/2016 7:51:56 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?

They see it as something out to get them and they must cry victim when they don't get their way.

What do they want?

Free stuff and safe spaces

What do they have to contribute?

Nothing but their tears

Anything goes.

Yep, even a mass extermination of 70% of them.
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/28/2016 7:58:13 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.

I want to help humanity progress further, while trying to prevent war and keep the peace for as long as I can!
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6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.


Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.
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6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.
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6/28/2016 8:18:39 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.

I'd like to say that I disagree, buuut...I don't really. I mean, I probably have different theories from you about what exactly is causing this to happen to humanity and how to fix it, but yeah, suffice to say things are not looking up and haven't been for a while. I think it all started in the '80s, really, when Thatcher and Reagan came to power and class struggle started dying down.
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6/28/2016 8:28:52 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 7:58:13 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.

I want to help humanity progress further, while trying to prevent war and keep the peace for as long as I can!

And how exactly do you accomplish that?
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election, or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing. Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing. Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/28/2016 8:34:29 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

Do you by any chance happen to be from Georgia?
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/28/2016 8:37:08 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:34:29 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

Do you by any chance happen to be from Georgia?

No, why?
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6/28/2016 8:38:46 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:37:08 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:34:29 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

Do you by any chance happen to be from Georgia?

No, why?

Just wondering. I recognize that last name.
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/29/2016 7:44:16 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election,
He's doing better than we'd all like
or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing.
Believe me, it is. There are so many benefits to staying! We get a lot of our worker's laws from the EU, and we used to work as a team with the rest of the countries in it! But now they're gonna be harder to work with... it's not exactly a good idea
Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing.
If anything, it would better your country. Unluckily, there are still very religious people there
Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.
Fair enough... I didn't do much research for this. That was pretty stupid of me...
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6/29/2016 9:05:11 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/29/2016 7:44:16 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election,
He's doing better than we'd all like

He's doing quite well and I'm happy that he is.

or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing.
Believe me, it is. There are so many benefits to staying! We get a lot of our worker's laws from the EU, and we used to work as a team with the rest of the countries in it! But now they're gonna be harder to work with... it's not exactly a good idea

"Believe me" is not a good argument when you have absolutely no credibility. Worker's rights are essentially worthless protections that dissuade businesses from investing, and the EU regulations are absolute idiotic. Britain can very easily work with European nations without having to be forced into their worthless and failing economic circle and being kept out of a market of 2.2 billion customers that it cannot trade with currently as a result of EU trade policies.

Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing.
If anything, it would better your country. Unluckily, there are still very religious people there

The culture of nations has been shifting to be more and more degenerate the less play that Christianity has on our society.

Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.
Fair enough... I didn't do much research for this. That was pretty stupid of me...
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/29/2016 9:28:29 PM
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At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election, or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing. Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing. Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.

Religion destroys worlds.
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6/29/2016 9:34:13 PM
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At 6/29/2016 9:28:29 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election, or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing. Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing. Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.

Religion destroys worlds.

Islam sure does
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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6/29/2016 9:37:27 PM
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At 6/29/2016 9:34:13 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/29/2016 9:28:29 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election, or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing. Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing. Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.

Religion destroys worlds.

Islam sure does

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6/29/2016 10:50:18 PM
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At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.

Probably going to be the similar as any other generation. Historically speaking, previously generations always do the whole "Our generation is better, yours is flawed".
Meh!
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6/29/2016 11:02:39 PM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/29/2016 9:05:11 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/29/2016 7:44:16 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election,
He's doing better than we'd all like

He's doing quite well and I'm happy that he is.

or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing.
Believe me, it is. There are so many benefits to staying! We get a lot of our worker's laws from the EU, and we used to work as a team with the rest of the countries in it! But now they're gonna be harder to work with... it's not exactly a good idea

"Believe me" is not a good argument when you have absolutely no credibility. Worker's rights are essentially worthless protections that dissuade businesses from investing, and the EU regulations are absolute idiotic. Britain can very easily work with European nations without having to be forced into their worthless and failing economic circle and being kept out of a market of 2.2 billion customers that it cannot trade with currently as a result of EU trade policies.

Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing.
If anything, it would better your country. Unluckily, there are still very religious people there

The culture of nations has been shifting to be more and more degenerate the less play that Christianity has on our society.

Despite what some believe we never where set up to be a Christian nation.


Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.
Fair enough... I didn't do much research for this. That was pretty stupid of me...
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6/29/2016 11:19:17 PM
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At 6/29/2016 11:02:39 PM, Peepette wrote:
At 6/29/2016 9:05:11 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/29/2016 7:44:16 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:31:52 PM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:14:56 PM, lovesnivy wrote:
At 6/28/2016 8:10:52 PM, NinaZarechnaya wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.



Ehhh, we're a pretty diverse generation in terms of desires, perceptions and future (or present) contributions, as is any generation, and treating us as a monolith is inaccurate and not really useful. I know personally that what I strive for most is to become an authoritative voice in a certain field, and to learn a crap-tonne of stuff in general - mostly languages, of which I have a huge to-do list. I'm also quite scientifically inclined, so that's where I could see myself contributing. As for perceptions, you'll have to be a tad more specific.

I just wanna help humanity not wipe itself out... which it seems to be heading towards at the moment. Religion is gaining ground again, nukes are being shown off, wars are starting, England left the EU... Donald Trump has a good amount of votes (or bad in our case). Things are going downhill fast... I wanna try and turn this around. I dunno what this is gonna need, but I think I can start by posting my opinions on a site I found a few weeks ago.

Funny how you think that Donald Trump doing well in the election,
He's doing better than we'd all like

He's doing quite well and I'm happy that he is.

or Britain leaving the EU to regain its sovereignty and manage itself is somehow a bad thing.
Believe me, it is. There are so many benefits to staying! We get a lot of our worker's laws from the EU, and we used to work as a team with the rest of the countries in it! But now they're gonna be harder to work with... it's not exactly a good idea

"Believe me" is not a good argument when you have absolutely no credibility. Worker's rights are essentially worthless protections that dissuade businesses from investing, and the EU regulations are absolute idiotic. Britain can very easily work with European nations without having to be forced into their worthless and failing economic circle and being kept out of a market of 2.2 billion customers that it cannot trade with currently as a result of EU trade policies.

Religion is dying out in the West, which is exactly WHY we're failing.
If anything, it would better your country. Unluckily, there are still very religious people there

The culture of nations has been shifting to be more and more degenerate the less play that Christianity has on our society.


Despite what some believe we never where set up to be a Christian nation.

I'm not only talking about the U.S. bud, and we were all influenced by Christian values, whether you like it or not.



Nukes aren't being shown off by anyone other than the DPRK, and they will be deleted immediately if they dare to use a nuclear missile against another nation, especially one of our allies.
Fair enough... I didn't do much research for this. That was pretty stupid of me...
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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7/3/2016 12:14:39 AM
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At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
Always awful.
What do they want?
Free stuff and what ever their professors indoctrinated.
What do they have to contribute?
Nothing, literally nothing, they are useless entitled idiots.
Anything goes.
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7/3/2016 12:12:37 PM
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At 6/29/2016 10:50:18 PM, Axonly wrote:
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
What do they want?
What do they have to contribute?
Anything goes.

Probably going to be the similar as any other generation. Historically speaking, previously generations always do the whole "Our generation is better, yours is flawed".

I tend to agree, Ax. The next generation are always "spawn of the devil". but what does that make the current generation?
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7/7/2016 3:56:40 AM
Posted: 5 months ago
At 6/28/2016 7:02:27 PM, ironslippers wrote:
Now that millennials out number the baby boomers, how do they (millennials) perceive their world?
Many millenials are wallowing in student debt and a poor job market, so generally they have negative views of the current system.
What do they want?
The future that was promised to them.
"We must rapidly begin the shift from a "thing-oriented" society to a "person-oriented" society. When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, materialism, and militarism are incapable of being conquered." -MLK Jr