Tim Campbell for November 25, 2019


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    OldCoal  3 months ago

    So now we want to start class warfare between the kids and the elderly. Wunnerful.

    Anything to keep from taxing the rich or modifying late stage capitalism. After all, it’s only destroying the urge to reproduce.

    Ya THINK that might be a problem?

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 3 months ago

    Something for the kids to think about. I hope.

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    silego  3 months ago

    When the boomers were youth, it was the days of the hippies… and that was an even bigger generational divide than today. But now that they are old and out of touch, they suddenly don’t have any patience for “kids today”

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    Librarylady  3 months ago

    The boomers didn’t start the issues. If one wishes to get to the core of our problem, one would need to travel thousands of years into the past. Where ever hominins have lived, they have caused mass extinctions as well as damage to every biome in which they existed. Deforestation, using the same methods as today, accompanied the invention of agriculture. Irrigation meddled with rivers. Mining for materials with which to construct permanent buildings began. Desiring material goods like gold, silver, and other precious metals and minerals demolished fauna and flora. And on and on with examples/issues. Climate change was being researched in the 19th century.I would opine that we humans can slap bandaids on bothersome problems. Only until the danger is smack dab smashed into our faces do we finally realize something must be fixed. Boomers have accomplished some improvements. Now it’s the younger generations time to continue – with the help of boomers? or against the boomers?

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  3 months ago

    Because when “those kids these days” are organizing, marching, protesting, actually working towards change, it just proves they’re all lazy and entitled, right?

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