- Oct 25, 2017
I love how they are totally oblivious to the fact that they are the ones who made the world what it is today. If anything their parents are rolling in their graves at how bad they fucked up.
Wait, Holland? You mean Operation: Market Garden? The one that fell flat on its face?
One of the many great things about King of the Hill is how the boomer parent constantly whines about how weird and dumb his millennial son is, only for it to turn out that his Greatest Generation father thinks he's the weird and dumb one and unquestioningly loves his millennial grandson for who he is.
Those are made for The Onion.
I think it does. I have no kids, but my younger sis is married with kids, and trust me, she is way "older" than me. I often answer with a "WTF?" to her old person rants.I wanna be like my neighbor when im old. He's 70, has an oculus rift, and makes a bunch of funny sex jokes. He even knows about shaggy memes. Please life, don't make me boring when I'm that age.
Although, he never had kids so maybe that has something to do with it.
It is a Canadian comic and Canada played a huge role in liberating the Netherlands
He's also fairly progressive politically. He used Bizarro to express support for same sex marriage back in 2005. And he's used it for other leftist ideas too from time to time.
Fucking yes. This is my parents. My dad will take a 10+ minute phone call when he's in a packed car while the rest of us just have to sit there in silence.
I wouldn't really say we're addicts, at least most people. Phones are just part of our daily lives now because they replace the things we used to do in a more convenient way in a single device.
Every time I see my grandmother, she asks me if I "take the paper." The last time this happened, I tried explaining this as politely as possible, but ultimately, I was still saying, "I mean, I guess I could buy a printer, print off the news, wait a full day, and then read it, but what would be the point?"I wouldn't really say we're addicts, at least most people. Phones are just part of our daily lives now because they replace the things we used to do in a more convenient way in a single device.
It's why all those strips of someone reading a newspaper and poking fun at someone on their phone are daft, because those same newspapers have websites and social media accounts that are faster and more up to date. I don't even know why you'd read a newspaper any more. Everything in them is already old news by the time they go to print.
I...have a giant wall of dvds and blu ray discs...
Especially considering how many of these same artists then turn around and support actual modern-day white supremacists...
To be fair, they aren’t saying that they fought Nazis, they’re just propping up the generation that did because their own generation has nothing to brag about. Their parents and grandparents fought the Nazis, but boomers lived dangerously by... not wearing seatbelts.