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Comic writer thinks the Greatest Generation was nothing speshial

YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 4,127
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edited January 11 in Tug Tavern
Not saying I agree with everything here, but it is chinteresting food for thought.


https://thenib.com/the-good-war
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  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,671
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    All self loathing Boomers think this is the case. They're generation was the first in the long line of worthless generations in this country who did the most damage.
    TierbsHsotBoobsPitchfork51
  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 13,896
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    Agree with that. It's funny how the fetishizing of the "greatest generation" by the fucking worthless Boomers has resulted in the feckless and mindless state of discourse we find our selves in now.
    YellowSnowMikeDamoneTierbsHsotBoobs
  • Rule One violations, mods?
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 4,127
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    salemcoog said:

    All self loathing Boomers think this is the case. They're generation was the first in the long line of worthless generations in this country who did the most damage.

    I like to bash the boomers as much as the next guy here. But, the Greatest Generation doesn't get off scot free either I think. Vietnam, for example, was probably the most damaging policy course of action for our national unity post WWII and that one's on the Best and the Brightest of the Greatest Generation.
    TierbsHsotBoobs
  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Posts: 8,664
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    edited January 11
    Because the millennials have the attention span of a gnat, cartoons are a neato way of advancing the agenda without much meat.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/22/opinion/the-eight-second-attention-span.html

    And fuck the boomers. With a rusty cheese grater.
    TierbsHsotBoobs
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 4,127
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    Rule One violations, mods?

    Huh? Please to be enlightening me.
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  • SledogSledog Posts: 4,131
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    Being a boomer I happen to think the greatest generation was just that.
    AZDuckTierbsHsotBoobsPitchfork51Fire_Marshall_Bill
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,671
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    salemcoog said:

    All self loathing Boomers think this is the case. They're generation was the first in the long line of worthless generations in this country who did the most damage.

    I like to bash the boomers as much as the next guy here. But, the Greatest Generation doesn't get off scot free either I think. Vietnam, for example, was probably the most damaging policy course of action for our national unity post WWII and that one's on the Best and the Brightest of the Greatest Generation.
    So you're saying they weren't perfect??? OF course they weren't. You can blame Truman for not listening to Pol Pot and you can blame Johnson for green lighting escalations. I'm pretty sure Kennedy never thought it would get close to the point that it did. And before it did,He probably would have pulled the plug early while there was some face to save. Who knows though.
  • AZDuckAZDuck Posts: 13,896
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    Pol Pot?

    You mean Ho Chi Minh, bro?
    salemcoog said:

    salemcoog said:

    All self loathing Boomers think this is the case. They're generation was the first in the long line of worthless generations in this country who did the most damage.

    I like to bash the boomers as much as the next guy here. But, the Greatest Generation doesn't get off scot free either I think. Vietnam, for example, was probably the most damaging policy course of action for our national unity post WWII and that one's on the Best and the Brightest of the Greatest Generation.
    So you're saying they weren't perfect??? OF course they weren't. You can blame Truman for not listening to Pol Pot and you can blame Johnson for green lighting escalations. I'm pretty sure Kennedy never thought it would get close to the point that it did. And before it did,He probably would have pulled the plug early while there was some face to save. Who knows though.
    MikeDamone
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,671
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    Because the millennials have the attention span of a gnat, cartoons are a neato way of advancing the agenda without much meat.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/22/opinion/the-eight-second-attention-span.html

    And fuck the boomers. With a rusty cheese grater.

    Nowadays and truly more than ever, someone actually taking the time to listen to you and understand what you are saying, rather than just waiting for their turn to speak, is the greatest gift to be given. Albeit in dwindling supply.
    TierbsHsotBoobsPitchfork51Fire_Marshall_Bill
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,671
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    AZDuck said:



    Pol Pot?

    You mean Ho Chi Minh, bro?

    salemcoog said:

    salemcoog said:

    All self loathing Boomers think this is the case. They're generation was the first in the long line of worthless generations in this country who did the most damage.

    I like to bash the boomers as much as the next guy here. But, the Greatest Generation doesn't get off scot free either I think. Vietnam, for example, was probably the most damaging policy course of action for our national unity post WWII and that one's on the Best and the Brightest of the Greatest Generation.
    So you're saying they weren't perfect??? OF course they weren't. You can blame Truman for not listening to Pol Pot and you can blame Johnson for green lighting escalations. I'm pretty sure Kennedy never thought it would get close to the point that it did. And before it did,He probably would have pulled the plug early while there was some face to save. Who knows though.
    Cambodia, Vietnam, Kampuchea??? Tomato, Tumato.

    But yes, Minh.
    YellowSnow
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 4,127
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    salemcoog said:

    AZDuck said:



    Pol Pot?

    You mean Ho Chi Minh, bro?

    salemcoog said:

    salemcoog said:

    All self loathing Boomers think this is the case. They're generation was the first in the long line of worthless generations in this country who did the most damage.

    I like to bash the boomers as much as the next guy here. But, the Greatest Generation doesn't get off scot free either I think. Vietnam, for example, was probably the most damaging policy course of action for our national unity post WWII and that one's on the Best and the Brightest of the Greatest Generation.
    So you're saying they weren't perfect??? OF course they weren't. You can blame Truman for not listening to Pol Pot and you can blame Johnson for green lighting escalations. I'm pretty sure Kennedy never thought it would get close to the point that it did. And before it did,He probably would have pulled the plug early while there was some face to save. Who knows though.
    Cambodia, Vietnam, Kampuchea??? Tomato, Tumato.

    But yes, Minh.
    Also if we are getting nitpicky, Truman was a doughboy, not Greatest Generation.


    AZDuck
  • salemcoogsalemcoog Posts: 6,671
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    Gwad said:

    So funny that we as an affluent nation marginalize each other to escape confronting the simple fact that we have work to do on a personal level.

    Kreist....


    Grow the fuck up.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 27,292
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    If you're reading this

    Thank a boomer

    Faggots
    YellowSnowSoutherndawgTierbsHsotBoobsPitchfork51
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 4,127
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    If you're reading this

    Thank a boomer

    Faggots


  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 27,292
    Swaye's Wigwam 25000 Comments 250 Answers Fifth Anniversary
    To this day the 56 Chevy stands alone as the GOAT
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 4,127
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    To this day the 56 Chevy stands alone as the GOAT

    One of my two boomer daddies drove a '56 Chevy Nomad wagon in high school.
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