Thanks to YouTuber TheX-MenFiles’ channel for hosting this video.
Also, thanks for making this one big video instead of the two different parts ones that I’ve been watching (or trying to watch) for months now. 215 more words
Recently, I went with my oldest child to his High School Orientation Night. I’m not sure how I became old enough to have a son entering high school, but I find myself obsessed with the thought that in less than 5 years, he will be going off to college. 822 more words
We even understand that participation medals are just for participation, too. 880 more words
The recent US presidential election highlighted the need to understand growing divisions in US society. A surprisingly overlooked, yet particularly urgent divide is generational.
America’s social contract has long held that you get taken care of when you’re young, you pay your dues as an adult, and then society takes care of you when you’re old. 680 more words
As a member of Generation Z, I have experienced my fair share of lectures explaining how life is too easy for me. The youth of today comes under a lot of criticism (as I am sure many previous generations have too) from people of the previous generations. 444 more words