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Old Yesterday, 04:22 PM
 
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Though there is still some hope for Gen Z
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Old Yesterday, 04:22 PM
 
Location: Round Rock, TX
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I thought Millenials were young adults???
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Old Yesterday, 04:28 PM
 
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I thought Millenials were young adults???
If by young you mean nearly 40, sure.
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Old Yesterday, 05:03 PM
 
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And they still don't vote
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Old Yesterday, 05:08 PM
 
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Oh here we go again...ugh.
Kids today --- as we shake our fingers at the clouds.
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Old Yesterday, 05:11 PM
 
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I'm 38 and look 17, I would hope to be called young.

The average young person probably doesn't even know the 3 branches of government
So you're a self-hating millennial in denial of your middle-agedness? Would explain a negative view of those younger than yourself.
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Old Yesterday, 05:30 PM
 
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59.6 of millenials voted in 2016, that's not bad. oops: that's not hispanic blacks
65% for whites
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Old Yesterday, 06:00 PM
 
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Well, I am a Millennial (I turned 33 on 9/4/2019) and I have voted in some recent local polls. Will I vote for at the 2020 POTUS elections? Not sure.
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Old Yesterday, 06:32 PM
 
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young people have not yet become sour old people yet...gee who could imagine that...


most scientific advancements have always been made before the age of thirty before they become too set in the worlds ways and become skeptical...and generally shouted down for daring to be hopeful..i am 63 and really dont think we can improve anything by doing the same old thing or even "like we used too" in some MAGA mystical imagined past
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Old Yesterday, 06:48 PM
 
Location: Places you dream of
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young people have not yet become sour old people yet...gee who could imagine that...


most scientific advancements have always been made before the age of thirty before they become too set in the worlds ways and become skeptical...and generally shouted down for daring to be hopeful..i am 63 and really dont think we can improve anything by doing the same old thing or even "like we used too" in some MAGA mystical imagined past
I am 66 and not a sour old bat, but I see them around me and for god sake what happened to them? I canít wait for them to go sit quietly in the old age homes and stay out of the voting booths. I am not one that wished it was the 50ís again or thought Reagan was the bomb. Come little children, please take over before itís all Shyte.
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