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In Reply to: RE: RadioShack files for bankruptcy - again posted by AbeCollins on March 09, 2017 at 07:43:45
....is 30 yo and still living with their parents in a basement room playing video games all day because they're unemployed and unemployable. "We value experiences and loathe stuff".
Edit: Replace "loathe stuff" with "loathe stuff requiring payment".
Edits: 03/09/17Follow Ups:
These people are "unemployable" because they were raised and conditioned to be unemployable. (The core fault is NOT theirs.) When the government adopts programs in giving people free or subsidized stuff, they no longer have motivation to work for a living. And when they become used to not working for a living, it becomes extremely difficult for them to start working or find work..... (Finding work is difficult enough for those who do work for a living, but lose their jobs.) This becomes painful in the long run because governments always run out of money to sustain such programs.... Then the people become distressed, and over time get angry.
I'd expound on this, but it would seem political to some here.
...during the economic downturn of 2008, but not so much today.
All of my daughters friends (26) have good jobs an don't live at home.
Before XMas my daughter went to Frys and tried out 6 different headphones - she requested the ones she liked best (Senenheiser Momentum 2.0) for XMas.
I tried them and they were terrific - she's learned well.
...apparently too subtle, the other part not so much in flyover country. Up to this point, millennials haven't been much interested in autos (might be changing), home ownership, politics, shopping in B&M stores etc. They do like eating out, throwaway clothing, free streaming and vacation experiences. When it comes to headphones, Beats rule! LOL.
I have a pair. They ARE terrific!
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