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The Death of Baby Boomer Tyranny & the Millennial Uprising

nickortiz91:

A bold prediction and social commentary from someone who is currently living in the midst of The Millennial Era.

This is my era. I refuse to live in the past. Nostalgia, ultimately, is the downfall of any individual’s creative progress. And in life that’s all there is: progress. If we are not progressing, then we are regressing and that is the key to failure, and eventually, to destruction. I am, without a doubt, in one of the most transitional stages of human history, as we know it. It’s so special, and it’s all happening right before our very eyes. We’re living in a transitional period of society, when talking in terms of technology and the social media takeover, and how it all effects the generation gaps.

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heavy millennial insight

The Death of Baby Boomer Tyranny & the Millennial Uprising

A bold prediction and social commentary from someone who is currently living in the midst of The Millennial Era.

This is my era. I refuse to live in the past. Nostalgia, ultimately, is the downfall of any individual’s creative progress. And in life that’s all there is: progress. If we are not progressing, then we are regressing and that is the key to failure, and eventually, to destruction. I am, without a doubt, in one of the most transitional stages of human history, as we know it. It’s so special, and it’s all happening right before our very eyes. We’re living in a transitional period of society, when talking in terms of technology and the social media takeover, and how it all effects the generation gaps.

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Written In the Stars of A Fraudulent Sky

DISCLAIMER: NAMES OF PEOPLE IN THIS STORY MAY OR MAY NOT BE CHANGED.

Prologue

It was a simple time to be alive, at least in recent memory. Sure, the BlackBerry was on the way out and the iPhone was on the way in, but things were still rather simple. I didn’t even have a cell phone, to put things in perspective. But I was observant. And I wrote everything down. People were doing things that I was not doing and instead of becoming a jealous hermit, I wrote things down. But this isn’t about my inner struggles being a high school senior at the turn of the 3rd Generation Hipster Movement, but this is about me seeing some of the most blatant forms of favoritism and rigged experiences that high school has to offer. It’s taken me 5 years to finally realize my high school experience, and some of middle school, was a complete sham. A total decision that was made final long before I even experienced it all. Written in the stars of the fraudulent sky. This is a release essay on the final days of my senior year in high school.

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Your pretty face is going to hell.

Your pretty face is going to hell.