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Jan 31, 18, 01:22 PM #211
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I think this was the article:
Millionaire to millennials: Lay off the avocado toast if you want a house - May. 15, 2 17
Jan 31, 18, 01:26 PM #213
Jan 31, 18, 01:31 PM #214
Maybe millennials (and folks like @rjs4470) are ruining the hairdressers??
Jan 31, 18, 01:34 PM #215
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Jan 31, 18, 02:11 PM #220When my hair gets long enough that it gets trapped between my back and the couch cushion, I have MrsC cut 4 or 5 inches off.
I feel sorry for you baldies.
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Jan 31, 18, 02:18 PM #221Seriously. I don't understand why people don't take advantage of things that are available that give you benefit.
Some things like Facebook and twitter I don't use because I'm very private and I also don't much care what the heck other people are doing. MrsC on the other hand is a big Facebook user. She's in all kinds of groups and she enjoys it.
Check in apps, UBER, Lyft, movie and TV streaming, hi tech, etc are all me. MrsC couldn't care less. She has me do it, but she enjoys the benefits.
My house is a smart house and I did it all myself.
My kids show me all the app stuff and I decide if I want to use it. They turn to me for all the other tech stuff, because that's what I enjoy.
I'm older than most on here, younger than a few, but utilizing technology to your advantage of saving time, money, effort, etc is what today's world is all about.
I quit trying to resist change a long time ago. I've found it's better to embrace it, and utilize the parts that fit me.
I'm looking forward to retiring in the next couple of years. Setting up smart houses will be one of my side hustles.
Jan 31, 18, 03:17 PM #222While I don't think it is something that they have "ruined" per se, I do think there is something that millenials are missing out on...and that's the "live" experience. They'd rather watch a sporting event or concert or something else through a 2"x5" screen on their phone, than with their own two eyes.
I get it. I've done it myself, thinking that I'll be able to go back and re-enjoy the moment. But, I never have. Sure, I may have shared it on Facebook or something like that. But, in all honesty, I've been to some concerts where I wish they would've banned phones. All you keep seeing is people holding their hands up so they can get a good shot above the people in front of them. They aren't enjoying the concert, they're trying to get a good pic/video so they can brag to their friends.
Now get off my lawn!
Jan 31, 18, 03:23 PM #223
Jan 31, 18, 03:28 PM #224
Off topic, but Jack White has banned cell phones from his shows from his upcoming tour. Several standup comedians have done this for the last couple of years, requiring you to put them in the pouches when entering and have designated areas where you can use the phone if needed. I think it's a trend that will continue to grow over the upcoming months and years.
Jan 31, 18, 03:31 PM #225
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