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American Millenials love socialism... but can't even define it oh, and about 20% think Stalin and Kim are heroes :/

Jan 12 at 12:40:40 PM
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Originally posted by: dra600n
 
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I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
That is fine, but read your wikipedia that you just posted, the majority of nearly every group starts it in the early 80's. Usually between 1980-1983. And not a single place in your wiki states at least, starts the range after 1983. And the census which is what we go by in this country for breaking down age ranges and keeping track of the population, defines it as 1982. 

Also funny   But whatever dude, argue it any way you want. 

 

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Jan 12 at 12:43:49 PM
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Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: dra600n
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
 
I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
That is fine, but read your wikipedia that you just posted, the majority of nearly every group starts it in the early 80's. And not a single states the range starting after 1983. And the census which is what we go by in this country for breaking down age ranges in this country and the population, defines it as 1982. 

Also funny   

 

yeah man... if its not a .gov adress we cant take that data into account. lol spoken like a true (insert whatever age group you are here)

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Jan 12 at 12:44:10 PM
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Originally posted by: arch_8ngel
 
Originally posted by: dra600n
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
 
I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
Yup.  Definitely isn't clear cut.  And the goalposts have definitely moved over the years.

 

I'm more inclined to agree that the 1980-1984 are the transitional years, since there's no "cutoff line".

 

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Jan 12 at 12:45:27 PM
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Originally posted by: jacob...
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: dra600n
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
 
I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
That is fine, but read your wikipedia that you just posted, the majority of nearly every group starts it in the early 80's. And not a single states the range starting after 1983. And the census which is what we go by in this country for breaking down age ranges in this country and the population, defines it as 1982. 

Also funny   

 

yeah man... if its not a .gov adress we cant take that data into account. lol spoken like a true (insert whatever age group you are here)
 

hahahahaha

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Originally posted by: jacob...
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: dra600n
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
 
I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
That is fine, but read your wikipedia that you just posted, the majority of nearly every group starts it in the early 80's. And not a single states the range starting after 1983. And the census which is what we go by in this country for breaking down age ranges in this country and the population, defines it as 1982. 

Also funny   

 

yeah man... if its not a .gov adress we cant take that data into account. lol spoken like a true (insert whatever age group you are here)
What does just Gov. info have to do with anything? Even ignoring the census, he linked me a source, (wikipedia laughably) and in his own "source" it even says the demographic is widely accepted by MOST demographers as 1980-1983/4. With very few deviating before or after those years. So yes. As of now it has a pretty clear ACCEPTED age range by the majority of people. 

This is going to head in the wrong direction so i am backing away. Proceed with the excuses. 

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Edited: 01/12/2018 at 12:52 PM by xMaGuSx

Jan 12 at 12:52:23 PM
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Originally posted by: dra600n
 


 

I'm more inclined to agree that the 1980-1984 are the transitional years, since there's no "cutoff line".

 

I would contend that probably the range of 1978 - 1985 are their own unique cohort, since that is the generation that both (a) grew up with exposure to personal computers and (b) didn't have smart phones (and decent laptops weren't particularly affordable, either) until they were out of college and well into adulthood

​(and if they had internet, at all, as a kid, it was dial-up until they were adults)



​Anybody born before that time didn't have internet until they were already an adult.

Anybody born after that time was much more likely to grow up with genuine high speed internet, and likely grew up with exposure to smart-phones.
(and my have had their own phone, as a kid)


​Both of those situations result in a very different set of formative years from the 78-85 bracket.

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Jan 12 at 12:56:00 PM
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I always thought millennials were kids born in the 90s.... But hey wtf do I know?

Jan 12 at 1:03:11 PM
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Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I always thought millennials were kids born in the 90s.... But hey wtf do I know?
Early/mid 80s to 90s.

 

Jan 12 at 1:04:41 PM
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Originally posted by: Tulpa

Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I always thought millennials were kids born in the 90s.... But hey wtf do I know?
Early/mid 80s to 90s.

 



Yeah I looked it up on the ole GooGle'. Lol 😎

Jan 12 at 1:07:45 PM
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Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I always thought millennials were kids born in the 90s.... But hey wtf do I know?
I always get the impression that the most inflammatory headlines are really focused on kids born in 90-94 that are still potentially in college or grad school, rather than the people who have been out in the work force for 10+ years.

 

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Jan 12 at 1:11:37 PM
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Originally posted by: arch_8ngel

Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I always thought millennials were kids born in the 90s.... But hey wtf do I know?
I always get the impression that the most inflammatory headlines are really focused on kids born in 90-94 that are still potentially in college or grad school, rather than the people who have been out in the work force for 10+ years.

 



I agree with you on that statement for sure. Anytime you hear the term "millennials" in the media it's always geared towards kids born in the early 90s. At least that was the message I was getting from it anyway.

Jan 12 at 1:15:20 PM
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Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: jacob...
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: dra600n
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
 
I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
That is fine, but read your wikipedia that you just posted, the majority of nearly every group starts it in the early 80's. And not a single states the range starting after 1983. And the census which is what we go by in this country for breaking down age ranges in this country and the population, defines it as 1982. 

Also funny   

 

yeah man... if its not a .gov adress we cant take that data into account. lol spoken like a true (insert whatever age group you are here)
What does just Gov. info have to do with anything? Even ignoring the census, he linked me a source, (wikipedia laughably) and in his own "source" it even says the demographic is widely accepted by MOST demographers as 1980-1983/4. With very few deviating before or after those years. So yes. As of now it has a pretty clear ACCEPTED age range by the majority of people. 

This is going to head in the wrong direction so i am backing away. Proceed with the excuses. 





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Jan 12 at 1:36:09 PM
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Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I agree with you on that statement for sure. Anytime you hear the term "millennials" in the media it's always geared towards kids born in the early 90s. At least that was the message I was getting from it anyway.
Well, you 80s kids need to do something. They're making you look bad.  

 

Jan 12 at 1:37:24 PM
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Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: jacob...
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
Originally posted by: dra600n
 
Originally posted by: xMaGuSx
 
 
I came to say this lol You people can't pick and choose and give excuses of why you are exempt from being a mellenial. It is defined by the census and many other places as 1982-2000. If you are in that range, you are a millenial, sorry. Your bogus excuses don't work.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#Date_and_age_range...

Funny how there's no set date and it depends on which research group.
That is fine, but read your wikipedia that you just posted, the majority of nearly every group starts it in the early 80's. And not a single states the range starting after 1983. And the census which is what we go by in this country for breaking down age ranges in this country and the population, defines it as 1982. 

Also funny   

 

yeah man... if its not a .gov adress we cant take that data into account. lol spoken like a true (insert whatever age group you are here)
What does just Gov. info have to do with anything? Even ignoring the census, he linked me a source, (wikipedia laughably) and in his own "source" it even says the demographic is widely accepted by MOST demographers as 1980-1983/4. With very few deviating before or after those years. So yes. As of now it has a pretty clear ACCEPTED age range by the majority of people. 

This is going to head in the wrong direction so i am backing away. Proceed with the excuses. 


No, you're completely right, but some people in this thread just really don't want to be part of a group that ultimately means nothing I guess.  

Jan 12 at 1:47:50 PM
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Originally posted by: ZBomber

No, you're completely right, but some people in this thread just really don't want to be part of a group that ultimately means nothing I guess.  

Yeah, might as well say you're not part of the human race at that point.  
 

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Originally posted by: Tulpa
 
Originally posted by: ZBomber

No, you're completely right, but some people in this thread just really don't want to be part of a group that ultimately means nothing I guess.  

Yeah, might as well say you're not part of the human race at that point.  
 


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Originally posted by: Tulpa
 
Originally posted by: ZBomber

No, you're completely right, but some people in this thread just really don't want to be part of a group that ultimately means nothing I guess.  

Yeah, might as well say you're not part of the human race at that point.  
 
I mean, human shaming exists, so why not lol

 

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Originally posted by: Tulpa

Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I agree with you on that statement for sure. Anytime you hear the term "millennials" in the media it's always geared towards kids born in the early 90s. At least that was the message I was getting from it anyway.
Well, you 80s kids need to do something. They're making you look bad.  

 



Nah I'm good, I'll keep on trucking the way I'm going. I'll keep watching my John Wayne and Clint Eastwood movies and drinking beer when I'm not running back and forth to the ER helping to save lives of the good folk. Millenials or whatever the fancy terms are for them these days are own their own. Seems like they're digging a deep enough hole they're not going to be able to climb out of. Lol.... 😀


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Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet
 
Originally posted by: Tulpa
 
Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I agree with you on that statement for sure. Anytime you hear the term "millennials" in the media it's always geared towards kids born in the early 90s. At least that was the message I was getting from it anyway.
Well, you 80s kids need to do something. They're making you look bad.  

 



Nah I'm good, I'll keep on trucking the way I'm going. I'll keep watching my John Wayne and Clint Eastwood movies and drinking beer when I'm not running back and forth to the ER helping to save lives of the good folk. 


If you haven't watched it yet, Jean Claude Van Johnson is suprisingly fun.

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Originally posted by: arch_8ngel

Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet
 
Originally posted by: Tulpa
 
Originally posted by: SilvertongueBullet

I agree with you on that statement for sure. Anytime you hear the term "millennials" in the media it's always geared towards kids born in the early 90s. At least that was the message I was getting from it anyway.
Well, you 80s kids need to do something. They're making you look bad.  

 



Nah I'm good, I'll keep on trucking the way I'm going. I'll keep watching my John Wayne and Clint Eastwood movies and drinking beer when I'm not running back and forth to the ER helping to save lives of the good folk. 


If you haven't watched it yet, Jean Claude Van Johnson is suprisingly fun.



I've actually heard that it's getting some pretty decent reviews! Might have to give it a look-see.

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JCVJ looks awesome. I still need to give it a watch.

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Originally posted by: Loxx O)))

JCVJ looks awesome. I still need to give it a watch.
It is very tongue-in-cheek, while still having a lot of good JCVD martial arts and "signature moves".

 

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Need to shift tge goalposts some more. The childhood from a kid born in the 90s and a kid born in the 80s is completely different

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How to spot a non-millennial? They base facts on random-sample statistics lol

I'd say their "facts" are more based on feelings and "everyone's beautiful and I'm always right" and whatever other shit they come up with in their pussified heads.
 

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I was born in 83 and I really don't care what label people want to attach to me lol. I work two jobs generally, full time RN and part time automobile technician and my wife is the director of cardiac services at a large university hospital, our average income per year is a little over 300k a year. We own a home, have 3 cars, 3 kids, large 401ks, I own over 15 lbs of silver/almost 1 pound of gold/ and about 8 ounces of platinum. I own about 45 thousand in tools and 20k worth of firearms. As long as you are personally doing alright in life who cares what someone else wants to label you or shit on your generation, they're the ones wasting their time and energy. It seems like all of us on this site are doing just fine for the most part if we have enough cash to engage in a fairly expensive hobby we enjoy.

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