Well after watching that old woman getting abused by some little middle school fuckers, yes, yes it does.
What worries me is that maybe this generation is no worse than the last, maybe due to the internet these kinds of things are shown more vividly even though it's always happened. I mean come on, going way back the crusades and the holocaust happened, the revolution in Russia/Tsarist oppression happened, the ruthless Viking invasions happened... Equally, just because there's more constant bickering, complaining and ignorance seen these days, at least great atrocities don't occur as often.
But in the end we were meant to be apart, like separate chambers of the human heart...
"The best lyrics are the ones that describe those emotions in ways you always wanted to say but could never find the words." - Mike Shinoda
Formerly known as Epiksha.
This goes on for ages. Generation X always blames the new generations for all the shit.
Each Generation has members whom blames the next arrivals for the problems, and everything being "different".
I think that worded it better.
Whenever it became a trend for parents to coddle and buy their kids everything their hearts desired (which was basically a movement) right before we hit an economic recession is when things went to shit. Those kids are going to grow up to be great cynics.
They already did. That's why we have all these college and high school age libertarians running around all over the place.
AKA: The Ron Paul-tard generation.
Yes. Finally I come across people who see it the way I do.
It only sucks if you think it sucks... Unless it's sucking... In which case it's really sucking and isn't for debate..... checkmate.
But really no.
I don't think we're worse. It's just that times change, and I'm sure this generation acts exactly the same as the old one, in terms to how the times were when they were young. ALOT of stuff has happened in the past like 30 years, internet, computers, cellphones and ALOT of other things..
Of course there are people in our generation that are "worse" but there were people like that when our parents, and grandparents were young as well.. It just seems worse for older people because they're not used to how we act, they're more used to how THEY acted, and because of the evolution/progress in society it's normal that they would think that.
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