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What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vendetta Dec 28, 2015. 71 Replies

Just curious to see how others out there respond.Continue

Bonus MAN points on your next fancy date.

Started this discussion. Last reply by MrMillion Sep 19, 2013. 14 Replies

Hi all,Here's an idea I had for a bit, that I thought might be good to spread to people here on AoM; weigh in with your input as well so I can know if it's a decent one or not.On your next fancy…Continue

Hair styles for men with fine hair

Started this discussion. Last reply by GV May 25, 2013. 6 Replies

Hi all,I've run into a dilemma with styling my hair. I've basically defaulted, time and time again, to the "Bieber" hair style because of my fine hair.I don't mean "fine" as a vain word to describe…Continue

Why do people hate freemasons?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg Carter May 31, 2013. 26 Replies

Pardon my lack of knowledge on the subject, but isn't freemasonry simply derived from stone masons who didn't work for any lord or whatever?I don't see why a lot of people spread conspiracy theories…Continue

 

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Vendetta replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"A generation of entitled children raised by helicopter parents. "
Dec 28, 2015
Steve Dallas replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"How many guys has your daughter dated?"
Dec 28, 2015
Nicholas Umashev replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"I agree completely. My generation (I am in my 20s), is entitled and I would respond with exactly that."I agree, people are entitled. Most things are handed to them on a silver platter without understanding the work and hardship others have…"
Dec 28, 2015
Rick Shelton replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"I can only comment on what I see so I'll do that.  I would say yes, and no.  My kids certainly have some 'entitlement' views but then again I think every generation since Og and Ug have had that viewpoint.  I can…"
Dec 28, 2015
John Francis replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
""My entire generation?  Let me try to understand.  What characteristic applies to your entire generation?"
Dec 28, 2015
Shane replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"Boomers and their free Tv. Whatcha gonna do?"
Dec 27, 2015
Drew replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"Here in the UK (I appreciate this is a generalisation etc) old people want state pension, free bus pass, free TV licence, free insulation, winter fuel allowance, pension credit etc and then call my generation 'entitled'!"
Dec 27, 2015
IThinkTherforeImMan replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"Bring up the retirement pension, concession cards, veterans benefits..."
Dec 24, 2015
Penelope replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"I did have a tasty pork roast tonight, but it had apples, not figs."
Dec 24, 2015
Michael D. Denny replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
""Notice that you're the only person with multiple responses arguing your points, and yet you haven't continued a discussion with a single person." Um....."
Dec 23, 2015
Sir replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"We're pretty freewheeling on TGD, so my inclination (Tyler) is to say, that's Denny, don't get too wrapped up in a futile convo.  It's bad for the blood pressure and accomplishes nothing.  I don't say this to Denny…"
Dec 23, 2015
Tyler M. replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"It seems that you're the only one failing to discuss the topic. Multiple people are trying to have a conversation and your rebuttals are all just insults. Notice that you're the only person with multiple responses arguing your points, and…"
Dec 23, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"Generally or in this topic specifically?"
Dec 23, 2015
Michael D. Denny replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"You didn't argue your point, you stated your belief. Which is fine in and of itself, but learn the difference if you're wanting to have an actual discussion or if you want your participation to warrant substantive rebuttal from anyone not…"
Dec 23, 2015
Michael D. Denny replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
""Battle" might be a strong word for it. As for a time, it's squared with boredom, schadenfruede and whatever else might be entertaining at any given moment."
Dec 23, 2015
Native Son replied to Steve's discussion What do you say to someone who calls your entire generation entitled?
"Thank you.  Now where do I pick up al these entitlements benefits?"
Dec 23, 2015

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Technology- modifying, hacking, breaking things and more importantly fixing them.
Martial arts- especially grappling/Jiujitsu
Some psychology- learning why people behave how they do and how to cooperate with others better
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1984, Brave New World, Ender's Game, Fahrenheit 451, H. P. Lovecraft
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Lots of comedy. Not too much horror. Adventure and Sci-fi are great too.
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At 6:52pm on June 27, 2012, Badabing said…

Right on man, I have done some BJJ too and really think you need both.  Where in Cali are you?  I'm orig from San Diego and get back to Cali decently often

 
 
 

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