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I think this article is very self-defeating. No, that's not quite right. Hypocritical? I'm just going to go with unproductive.
I've never met a trans person that talks about their past in the third-person like that. It's honestly kind of off-putting.
Well speaking of parents, millennials and generalizations,
- And now? Today's kids aren't taking up arms against their parents; they're too busy texting them. The members of the millennial generation, ages 18 to 29, are so close to their parents that college students typically check in about 10 times a week, and they are all Facebook friends. Kids and parents dress alike, listen to the same music and fight less than previous generations, and millennials assert that older people's moral values are generally superior to their own.
Perhaps there is hope that you won't be as strange as your parents.
Ooh, pick Vertigo. Then I have a reason to watch Vertigo. Which I hear is a always a good thing to have.
- the number who could recall details about where they were during the occurrence and the number who could remember discussing what happened with others.
I suppose that's why this is so heavily biased towards recent events. Of course people can remember where they were when Whitney Housten died, that was like 4 months ago!
I don't even think of most of these as TV moments because I heard about or even watched them on the internet.