Check the statistics. Young people these days have more debt, own less property, have less spendable income, are less likely to be in a long term relationship, get married less, have less children, have less sex, are making more hours than their parents, are more educated, are supposed to work more years during their lifetimes, are paying way more for education/healthcare/pension system etc. etc.Ya I guess you're right, us older guys can't relate to a bunch of Debbie Downers who want to live in an echo chamber of depressing cry babies who reinforce each other's warped opinions of the state of modern women. I've met too many young guys in the 18-30 demographic who are successful in life to share your negative outlook, I've helped many of them get high paying jobs in the oil industry over the past eight years, a few of them even married, bought houses and had kids but I guess they're just going to get divorced raped anyway so what's the point eh?
If you want to brush those facts aside and act the positivity guru be my guest.
Goodness me. Of course young people that are successful will be more positive about life. You got any more nuggets of wisdom to share?
You don't get it. It's not about the banker that makes 100k a year. It's not about the oilsand dude hitting the jackpot. It's about the average Joe that cannot compete anymore and is being f-ed over left and right.
Average being the keyword here
If average is not enough be above-average is what you are saying. And then when that standard is raised again you need to be above-above average. You see where that leads? How many years of education are necessary these days to get an entry level position? What are the demands on the dating market? How many jobs do you need to work to be able to even think of getting a house?
I guess the message that you want to convey is that you made it. Good for you bro, you've earned it. But why are you kicking at those you deem below you?
As for the personal insults: pathetic. You are 38 years old and are getting hyped up because someone has a different opinion on the internet. Get a grip
PS. I own my own property and have a family with two children and a third one on the way. You need to learn how to look beyond your own nose and beyond someone's position in society