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Damn, I should invest in psychiatry clinics because when all of these entitled Millenial bubbles burst there will be fortunes to be made in psych meds and services.

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(07-01-2019 04:46 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  Damn, I should invest in psychiatry clinics because when all of these entitled Millenial bubbles burst there will be fortunes to be made in psych meds and services.

Wishful thinking becomes dangerous when it is unmoored from reality.

The old paradigms are over, and they're not coming back. It's more productive to look at the world as it is, as opposed to the way you wish it was.
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Psychiatry clinics and therapy are such Boomer products.

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(07-01-2019 11:06 PM)911 Wrote:  Psychiatry clinics and therapy are such Boomer products.

It's religion for an atomized atheist society.
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(07-01-2019 04:46 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  Damn, I should invest in psychiatry clinics because when all of these entitled Millenial bubbles burst there will be fortunes to be made in psych meds and services.

My POV is: Boomers seriously feel entitled to the mc mansion life and millennials felt entitled to the same chances as their parents but those in their late 20s / early 30s have either gone full SJW - the elite approved rage outlet for a shitty dead end no future life or accepted that they will never live like their parents and at best own a tiny studio apartment in a big city if they snatch up one of the few coveted jobs that get them on some sort of career path.

The shift of all production from western countries to China in the 80s and the effects of globalization caught boomers off guard and the elites carefully isolated most of them from it's effects to create this generational conflict where everything was easy for boomers and is impossibly hard for millenials and zoomers (insane job competition and neck deep in debt for college education).

The only ones that escaped not demotivated are those with wealthy parents that made sure their kid goes the elite private school track and those with zero parental guidance like me that realized early on that the employment market is seriously fucked and you just need to roll with whatever, have zero loyalty to dead end jobs and have zero expectations towards a stable future.

To women this had the effects that borderline retarded cuck boomer daddy was a career guy who had everything under control while millenial guys are all poor powerless losers in comparison, which immediately eliminated the beta bucks market place and the age where even the most dedicated beta has anything to show for his work has been pushed further and further.

The elite engineering is just astonishing and if you read on China changing to capitalism with communist characteristics you quickly realize that the elites coerced them into it to create the near total shift of production and wealth to a previous enemy country and I don't think many people realize just how tough this made the economy in western countries - with the springboard to the middle class and beyond being completely removed and replaced with insane debts for a watered down version of higher education.
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Soph called out the (((boomer))) in her latest video for massive entitlement and for unrealistic expectations.
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(07-01-2019 11:06 PM)911 Wrote:  Psychiatry clinics and therapy are such Boomer products.

Therapy yes, that's complete bs, that substitutes for honest advice from family and friends. Only someone supremely narcissistic would pay for someone to listen to them moan for 60 minutes. Now, I do believe there are cases where an objective listener could be beneficial, mostly regarding long term damage from child abuse and neglect. In all other cases, BS.

As for psychiatry clinics, I hope you have a plan for what to do with the crazies. Here's a red pill: Crazy people are not misunderstood people, they're nuts and will make life misery for anyone who is around them. Unless medicated or living under very isolated, very controlled, very sad conditions. I hate to say this having seen more than a few crazies, but it's true. I've seen the miraculous effect that anti-psychotics can have on scizophrenics.

it's often a choice between allowing people ones to succumb to substance abuse and homelessness or make them take a drug that has side effects but allow them to live decent lives. Psychiatry should look into CBD and other new drugs, not go in the other direction. Unfortunately quite a few schizophrenics end up hurting, sometimes killing, innocent people. Can't allow that. You're just walking along and suddenly some schizo decides to stab you in the gut.
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Is 911 a Tom Cruise? Granted I could understand the possible objections to psychoanalysis or Sigmund Freud and his disciples.

Psychiatry boomer? I almost think it's more if a generation X thing: rehab clinics, marriage counseling, Christian counseling, therapy sessions etc. Seemed to be getting pretty big by the time of the classic show the Sopranos. Generation X roughly, maybe tail end of the Boomer generation.

But shoot, they kicked it up to 11 with the millennials and the zoomers. Numerous friends of mine on pills. Male friends. Anxiety is the big one but also depression. Not to mention always kids on ADD pills. In the colleges it's really bad it seems like everyone is in therapy, from eating disorders, to anxiety, depression of course, and others.

Since we have De- institutionalized many of our mental patients-- happened in the 80s I believe-- they been set onto the streets in many of returned home and found jobs. Many of them are productive. It's a mistake to think though that they don't need to be on their medicine. I assure you some of these people are pretty screwed up and need the pills
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Being in between a Boomer and a Millennial, my view of them as a group is...

Boomers deep down mean very well. They deep down know how spoiled they were and they want to share that with the world. But they cannot explain where their easy lives came from or how to share it, so instead of doing so, they are destroying the privileges they had so the next generations don't get to enjoy it. Boomers are the only generation to be raised by the TV and at the same time not shut that stupid thing off. Nothing in the world is worse than the TV. Due to the internet, the boomers are the first generation to reach the "wisdom" stage of life and have no wisdom to share. Younger generation are wiser, on average, simply thanks to the internet and smart phones putting the world's wisdom in your pocket and available 24/7. When you argue with a boomer, it feels like you are arguing with Sean Hannity and once you point out the hypocrisies, they just go back to a cliche talking point. If you try to explain to a boomer that there will be no jobs because robots are replacing them, they seem to just be dumbfounded. "Just work harder".

IMO, Boomers are for the most part great people who are very unaware of how much the world has passed them by and are seen as either old racist people (by the young left) or in the road and nothing to offer to help (by the young right).

Millennials and younger are extremists. The leftists are pretty much communists who hate much of the foundation of this country and want it wiped away and replaced with their ideas. These Millennial leftists are so hyped up on victimhood teachings it appears no amount of reason can reach them. The right of the Millennials are then forced to the far right just to prepare to protect their families and are frustrated that the boomers don't grasp how truly dire the situation is.

One more thing about Boomers I have noticed. They just love to throw money away and buy junk. Maybe it is because their parents were very cheap after surviving the Great Depression and now the Boomers are adults they want to buy all the things they couldn't get as children. I don't know, but all the Boomers I know get so giddy to buy silly things they will never use or need.

If someone from the Boomer generation wants to really want to help the younger generations the best thing you can do is stop spending money and save it for the upcoming right wing Millennials. They so desperately need what you are throwing away.
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Quote:Being in between a Boomer and a Millennial, my view of them as a group is...

Boomers deep down mean very well. They deep down know how spoiled they were and they want to share that with the world. But they cannot explain where their easy lives came from or how to share it, so instead of doing so, they are destroying the privileges they had so the next generations don't get to enjoy it. Boomers are the only generation to be raised by the TV and at the same time not shut that stupid thing off. Nothing in the world is worse than the TV. Due to the internet, the boomers are the first generation to reach the "wisdom" stage of life and have no wisdom to share. Younger generation are wiser, on average, simply thanks to the internet and smart phones putting the world's wisdom in your pocket and available 24/7. When you argue with a boomer, it feels like you are arguing with Sean Hannity and once you point out the hypocrisies, they just go back to a cliche talking point. If you try to explain to a boomer that there will be no jobs because robots are replacing them, they seem to just be dumbfounded. "Just work harder".

IMO, Boomers are for the most part great people who are very unaware of how much the world has passed them by and are seen as either old racist people (by the young left) or in the road and nothing to offer to help (by the young right).

Millennials and younger are extremists. The leftists are pretty much communists who hate much of the foundation of this country and want it wiped away and replaced with their ideas. These Millennial leftists are so hyped up on victimhood teachings it appears no amount of reason can reach them. The right of the Millennials are then forced to the far right just to prepare to protect their families and are frustrated that the boomers don't grasp how truly dire the situation is.

One more thing about Boomers I have noticed. They just love to throw money away and buy junk. Maybe it is because their parents were very cheap after surviving the Great Depression and now the Boomers are adults they want to buy all the things they couldn't get as children. I don't know, but all the Boomers I know get so giddy to buy silly things they will never use or need.

If someone from the Boomer generation wants to really want to help the younger generations the best thing you can do is stop spending money and save it for the upcoming right wing Millennials. They so desperately need what you are throwing away.

They just can't grasp the fact that the world is changing around them. What works for them, worked for them, yes. They wrote a huge wave of prosperity unparalleled at the time by any country in the world, into riches. They are entitled let's not forget that. You are correct they will not shut the TV off. For them all truth emanates from the television box. It is such an archaic view button some strange way I find it very amusing. It is like watching a chimpanzee scrolling through Instagram. They're just entranced by it. Instead of sharing wisdom they are sharing memes. Which aren't even dank. Their views are so solidified but all the television that they watch that there is no other View that is correct. They Soundlike Hannity, because they use his arguments. They are generation soundbite.

They cannot get over the fact that communism is no longer the threat rather it is arguably terrorism, our economic tides compared to others, the threat of overextension abroad, and out of control spending/ welfare. All these things could destroy us in the near future.
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One thing that wrecked boomers hard was venereal disease. Why these old farts refused to wrap it up I don't know. AIDS, Hep B, Hep C, Syph, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes, warts of all kinds up their cervixes and down their mouths and throats. Anal warts. Yeast infections, fleas, crabs... I am glad to have never been intimate with a boomer ho during my time.
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(07-01-2019 04:46 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  Damn, I should invest in psychiatry clinics because when all of these entitled Millenial bubbles burst there will be fortunes to be made in psych meds and services.

Grandson inherits farm from Boomer, Boomer salts earth before dying: 'LOL entitled millenial wanting to grow crops'

Vox (Gen X) has some excellent Boomer hate posts:
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From /pol/ on Boomers:

Quote:Greatest Generation (GG) starts a company. GG builds the company from the ground up. GG hires American workers, uses American products, and takes great pride in what his company will do for his family and his country.

GG gives his kid Baby Boomer (BB) a job, knowing that BB will work his way up and someday inherit the company GG built. GG knows that this company will prosper and help the family for generations.

BB eventually inherits the company. BB gives his kid GenX (GX) a job for a while, but eventually fires GX to save costs. BB sends most jobs overseas and imports cheap foreigners to make his own way in life like BB did. GX must now compete against cheap labor.

GX has a kid Millennial (ML). ML complains about the low wages, lack of jobs, and competing with the offspring of all the foreign workers BB imported. BB calls ML entitled and whiny. BB says how hard he had it, and how he had to make his own way in life while ML is just entitled.

BB sells his father's company, cashes out, and retires with riches he never plans to give to his kids. He is going to spend all his money before he dies while collecting social benefits from tax revenue from all the foreigners his political peers continue to import.

This story applies to every aspect of American society. One generation took everything their parents gave them, cashed out, and squeezed society for everything it had. They handed their kids and grandkids the financial and social consequences, and had the audacity to blame everyone but themselves for what happened.

There are many Boomers who are good people, but they're not really sentient. I don't know why this is.
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Don't even get me started on this "Greatest Generation" nonsense. Was the Greatest Generation greater than the Revolutionary War generation? No. Was it greater than the Civil War generation? No. Was it greater than the generation that struggled to hold the nation together between those two wars? No.

The "Greatest Generation" gave us women's suffrage, FDR and the New Deal, institutionalized government socialism, and the Baby Boomers. The Baby Boomers simply built upon the foundation of socialism that their parents, the greatest generation of fools, built upon the ashes of the Constitutional Republic that the "Greatest Generation" inherited from their fathers. A bad tree cannot bear good fruit.
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(07-02-2019 12:31 PM)Oak Wrote:  
(07-01-2019 04:46 PM)Deepdiver Wrote:  Damn, I should invest in psychiatry clinics because when all of these entitled Millenial bubbles burst there will be fortunes to be made in psych meds and services.

Grandson inherits farm from Boomer, Boomer salts earth before dying: 'LOL entitled millenial wanting to grow crops'

Vox (Gen X) has some excellent Boomer hate posts:
Butthurt Boomer
End of the Boomer Age
From /pol/ on Boomers:

Quote:Greatest Generation (GG) starts a company. GG builds the company from the ground up. GG hires American workers, uses American products, and takes great pride in what his company will do for his family and his country.

GG gives his kid Baby Boomer (BB) a job, knowing that BB will work his way up and someday inherit the company GG built. GG knows that this company will prosper and help the family for generations.

BB eventually inherits the company. BB gives his kid GenX (GX) a job for a while, but eventually fires GX to save costs. BB sends most jobs overseas and imports cheap foreigners to make his own way in life like BB did. GX must now compete against cheap labor.

GX has a kid Millennial (ML). ML complains about the low wages, lack of jobs, and competing with the offspring of all the foreign workers BB imported. BB calls ML entitled and whiny. BB says how hard he had it, and how he had to make his own way in life while ML is just entitled.

BB sells his father's company, cashes out, and retires with riches he never plans to give to his kids. He is going to spend all his money before he dies while collecting social benefits from tax revenue from all the foreigners his political peers continue to import.

This story applies to every aspect of American society. One generation took everything their parents gave them, cashed out, and squeezed society for everything it had. They handed their kids and grandkids the financial and social consequences, and had the audacity to blame everyone but themselves for what happened.

There are many Boomers who are good people, but they're not really sentient. I don't know why this is.

This would be funny if it weren't true.

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Quote:Don't even get me started on this "Greatest Generation" nonsense. Was the Greatest Generation greater than the Revolutionary War generation? No. Was it greater than the Civil War generation? No. Was it greater than the generation that struggled to hold the nation together between those two wars? No.

The "Greatest Generation" gave us women's suffrage, FDR and the New Deal, institutionalized government socialism, and the Baby Boomers. The Baby Boomers simply built upon the foundation of socialism that their parents, the greatest generation of fools, built upon the ashes of the Constitutional Republic that the "Greatest Generation" inherited from their fathers. A bad tree cannot bear good fruit.
Incorrect. The greatest generation are the people that were fighting in World War II era roughly, In other words a generation before the boomers, the boomers parents. They weren't voting until after WW2. They lived through the dust bowl as young children without food, fought in World War II as draftees, and when they returned Home used to the G.I. Bill to go to university. Things at the time were going in such a way that things were even better for their children, the boomers.
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(07-02-2019 01:46 PM)Tail Gunner Wrote:  Don't even get me started on this "Greatest Generation" nonsense. Was the Greatest Generation greater than the Revolutionary War generation? No. Was it greater than the Civil War generation? No. Was it greater than the generation that struggled to hold the nation together between those two wars? No.

The "Greatest Generation" gave us women's suffrage, FDR and the New Deal, institutionalized government socialism, and the Baby Boomers. The Baby Boomers simply built upon the foundation of socialism that their parents, the greatest generation of fools, built upon the ashes of the Constitutional Republic that the "Greatest Generation" inherited from their fathers. A bad tree cannot bear good fruit.

Careful Tail Gunner, don't burst that 50s Utopia Bubble. What other era in twenty centuries of Western Civilization will we look up to then?

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Quote:Don't even get me started on this "Greatest Generation" nonsense. Was the Greatest Generation greater than the Revolutionary War generation? No. Was it greater than the Civil War generation? No. Was it greater than the generation that struggled to hold the nation together between those two wars? No.

The "Greatest Generation" gave us women's suffrage, FDR and the New Deal, institutionalized government socialism, and the Baby Boomers. The Baby Boomers simply built upon the foundation of socialism that their parents, the greatest generation of fools, built upon the ashes of the Constitutional Republic that the "Greatest Generation" inherited from their fathers. A bad tree cannot bear good fruit.

Incorrect. The greatest generation are the people that were fighting in World War II era roughly, In other words a generation before the boomers, the boomers parents. They weren't voting until after WW2. They lived through the dust bowl as young children without food, fought in World War II as draftees, and when they returned Home used to the G.I. Bill to go to university. Things at the time were going in such a way that things were even better for their children, the boomers.

Are people simply incapable of doing basic research before posting inane comments?

Quote:The Greatest Generation, also known as the G.I. Generation and the World War II generation, is the demographic cohort following the Lost Generation. Demographers and researchers typically use the early 1900s as starting birth years and ending birth years in the mid to late 1920s. The generation was shaped by the Great Depression and were the primary participants in World War II.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greatest_Generation
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^^Brah, read the context of what I said. They weren't politically active til World War or II or later. They were kids in the 20's and 30's.

Are you incapable of reading what I said?
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(07-02-2019 04:07 PM)Lost in Transfiguration Wrote:  ^^Brah, read the context of what I said. They weren't politically active til World War or II or later. They were kids in the 20's and 30's.

Are you incapable of reading what I said?

I can read, but you cannot perform simple mathematics. I even bold-faced the language so that a semi-retarded autistic simpleton could see the connection, but apparently you did not:

Quote:Demographers and researchers typically use the early 1900s as starting birth years and ending birth years in the mid to late 1920s.

That demographic cohort was born beginning in "the early 1900s" and thus began voting around 1918-1920 (not after World War or II or later, as you claim), which means that they voted for FDR, the New Deal, and the beginning of institutionalized government socialism -- which was my original point.
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Most the boomers I know, there parents were born in the 20's or 30s.

Some of the cohort began voting in the 20's some began voting in the 40's.
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(07-02-2019 04:20 PM)Lost in Transfiguration Wrote:  Most the boomers I know, there parents were born in the 20's or 30s.

Some of the cohort began voting in the 20's some began voting in the 40's.

(07-02-2019 01:50 PM)Lost in Transfiguration Wrote:  They weren't voting until after WW2.

   
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Amazing. Tail Gunner is Right!

Great job. You responded to my points.
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Drug and Opioid-Involved Overdose Deaths — United States, 2013–2017

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2017 Total Deaths 47,600 with 38,000 younger than the 1946 to 1964 Demographic.

Equals 80% Overdose Deaths Younger than Boomers. Perhaps there is more to this Boomer hatred than meets the eye?

What is it that has the Demographics from age 15 to 54 so willing to consume deadly doses of these drugs?

Did their Boomer parents and grandparents smoke too much pot or take too much LSD?

Surely there has to be some way to blame the Boomers for 500,000 ODs over the past 10 years?

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RE: The Boomer Question
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“There are many Boomers who are good people, but they're not really sentient. I don't know why this is.”

The Boomers may have been the first generation to be bombarded by constant advertisment (bolstered by evolutionary psychology) and disinformation campaigns from their own government.

Both the Hippy movement and 2nd Wave Feminism had elements that were co-opted by the CIA. Some 60+% of homes had a television, broadcasting subliminal messages like something straight out of They Live.





An analysis of the infamous 1963 National Anthem - possibly a hoax. Regardless, with the scant information that has been declassified regarding projects ML ULTRA and MK Monarch, there was more then enough of this insidious experimentation going on.

You can blame the Boomers, though the vitriol in some of these rants is disappointing. While modern life has its own challenges there have also been incredible advances that the Boomers barely dreamed of. Sure, college costs are astronomical. At the same time, college is practically worthless if you know how to network and how to educate yourself. And anyone poating here has access to begin doing exactly that. The internet is a mind-bogglingly powerful resource that most people just use to bitch and stare at butts.
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