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    Quote Originally Posted by mfitton View Post
    My favorite Millennial bumper sticker:

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    Although if a parent put that sticker on they should be flogged.

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    3.51 am here in NZ
    NO Millennial wakes up early enough to see that post of Frank's prior to it being hurled into the dumpster.
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    Yes, that one was a brilliant shooting star.

    Iím resigned to searching for a local university with Angry White Male classes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZVW View Post
    3.51 am here in NZ
    NO Millennial wakes up early enough to see that post of Frank's prior to it being hurled into the dumpster.
    I gotta be here 24/7 to see the good stuff?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    I gotta be here 24/7 to see the good stuff?
    Haha,, I think those in the Ivory Tower know your average posting usage time too..

    And,,, Yip,,, Im old enough to "pretend play" being a Millennial once n a while !!
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    Meanwhile, Back on the Dodgeball Court ....

    In the latest installment of our evolution towards a Snowflake society, here’s a terrifying report from the BBC entitled “Does dodgeball really encourage bullying?” ..... And I quote: “Researchers in Canada say students should not be forced to play the sport in school. A new study in Canada describes dodgeball as "legalised bullying" and recommends that students should not be forced to play it. But dodgeball advocates say it all comes down to how the game is being taught.”

    WTF, does that mean that ALL competitive events are henceforth cancelled due to fears of potential bruising the egos of every kid...? How on EARTH are we gonna survive, not to mention compete in a global economy if our kids can’t even be allowed to play games and learn to win and lose???

    Here’s the story from our friendly neighbors up north: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49323450

    I say bring back Patches O’Houlihan to toughen up our youth:

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