mr angry manchester wrote:I don't know which is worse, the fact that this imbecile is going to be president of the USA or that some other far right bell end could win the French election
Trump is worse.
My judgement may be coloured by having just watched some entitled up-his-own-arse digital entrepreneur conduct a 20 minute video whine about how difficult it is to satisfy the millenials. (All snowflakes, can't accept criticism, glued to their devices, entitled, up their own arses, prizes for everybody (he knows he's seen "studies")).
About 2 minutes fomr the end the penny dropped (I'm having a slow thinking day).
First up, this digital entrepreneur is the grown up embodiment of these millenials.
He embodies all their "faults", but being a name with investors he bets to the bitcher and not bitchee.
He's probably a role model to these kids, but hates that they've got to be like him.
Many of the faults he describes "got the job because mommy knew somebody" are not exclusive to this generations (eg Dave Cameron's PR career, Half of our press owners).
Anyhow I was rambling along the whole "So what colour's the kettle in your world sir" line when I spotted the elephant in the room.
Compile an uber-Millenial - somebody who embodies all their faults: The ultimate thin skinned snowflake, always gobbing off on social media, expects praise for waking up in the morning.
You know who you've got:
[img]Heyy everybody! you've got the greatest millennial,
You want stupid hair, I've got great stupid hair.
You want entitlement, I've cornered the market.
Thin skinned, I never sleep so I don't miss a twitter diss war...[/img]
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle