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Posted: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:12:14 PM

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For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.

Torture the data long enough and they will confess to anything.
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For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.

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Was this a question or something?
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I think it was more of a warning.



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What?
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Time flies while you're having fun!!!!!!!!!!!!
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my favorite part is when they dont care for their responsibilities and then we get to pay for them..love that!
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myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )

Torture the data long enough and they will confess to anything.
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Posted: Thursday, November 18, 2010 1:16:16 PM

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myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are respsonible for the attitudes of children today. Sometimes their influence is a really good and positive thing, sometimes not so much.

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myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


Can you explain what you mean by "childlike young adult society?" and "baby stuff"?
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This seems wierd to me because everyone is so concerned with looking young by doing botox and and plastic surgeries but we're supposed to act old? So is society now saying its best to look young, and act old? What's wrong with having a youthful spirit. My Momma still goes out dancing with my Daddy. They'll never lose their joy for life. I don't get why everyone thinks that being all serious and overly mature is a good thing and being youthful and spirited is a bad thing. Well unless life disappointed them and their just jaded, maybe. Then a fun, young spirited person would surely point out all the things that were missing from their own lives and it might make them bitter.
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I don't think this topic is about people being youthful; I think it's about people being irresponsible and spoiled.
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SweetPenny wrote:
I don't think this topic is about people being youthful; I think it's about people being irresponsible and spoiled.


So your saying that older people can't be irresponsible and spoiled?
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Posted: Thursday, November 18, 2010 4:05:17 PM

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myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I'm 28 so I think you're talking about my generation. I do tend to agree with you a little on this. I just heard on the news that the age for marriage is at an all time high in America. Females at 26 and males at 28 I think. Young people just aren't jumping into things like marriage. It could be that we're more immature or it could mean that we are smart and mature enough to realize we should wait.

You have to remember that humans are living longer now too. 40-50 years old I consider middle aged if people are living to 90 years. 100 years ago people were getting married in their teens and dying in their 60's or so. (I'm not a historian so please don't hold my numbers against me just trying to make a point) So maybe 20 year olds are acting like teenagers and 30 year olds are acting like 20 year olds because society has changed. For the better maybe.



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I agree with Felix. Now more than ever, there is a pro-longed "youth" where people are staying single longer and also have the disposable income to have more fun and shirk a few responsibilities. I'm thoroughly enjoying this stage of life at the moment myself. glasses8

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Lisa wrote:
myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are responsible for the attitudes of children today, sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not so much.



Yes I think it is their parents fault. If blame is to be assessed. Why else would 20 and 30 somethings be moving back into their parents houses or not leaving in the first place? Getting married later isn't a sign of immaturity IMO. I think it's more them not wanting to leave the safety of their parents houses and incomes. I've heard of a lot of people that age still living at home after college and the parents doing the kids laundry, paying car insurance, health insurance, etc. And they don't mind doing it! I've also heard of them paying for the "child's" apartment or car payment. So if mommy and daddy take care of you all of your life, pay for everything, where do you learn to stand on your own two feet? Even animals, which aren't supposed to be as smart as humans, kick the baby out of the nest at a certain age.
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chefkathleen wrote:
Lisa wrote:
myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are responsible for the attitudes of children today, sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not so much.



Yes I think it is their parents fault. If blame is to be assessed. Why else would 20 and 30 somethings be moving back into their parents houses or not leaving in the first place? Getting married later isn't a sign of immaturity IMO. I think it's more them not wanting to leave the safety of their parents houses and incomes. I've heard of a lot of people that age still living at home after college and the parents doing the kids laundry, paying car insurance, health insurance, etc. And they don't mind doing it! I've also heard of them paying for the "child's" apartment or car payment. So if mommy and daddy take care of you all of your life, pay for everything, where do you learn to stand on your own two feet? Even animals, which aren't supposed to be as smart as humans, kick the baby out of the nest at a certain age.


Yes you're right about that chef. I see it in my own family. Some of my cousins and 1 of my sisters are fucking useless. I went to a trade school and have a great job, I'm paid really really well, enjoy my freedom with no boss directly above me and have weekends and almost all of December off. And I went to fucking art school and I'm a stoner.

My sister on the other hand went to UC Davis. Maybe in the top ten schools in north America. My dad pays for her rent, bills, insurance, car, everything really. Shes beautiful too, what you imagine when someone says mexican princess. When she visits me I buy her lunch and fill up her tank because she works part time and has no respect for money and is always out of it or lying that she's out of it... Fuck, enough with that. Pisses me off just thinking about it.

What I'm getting at is, yes my dad would love to kick her out of the nest but he knows that if he does she is going to crack her damn head open on the ground. What to do?

It's crazy how different we are. On paper you'd think I'd be the fuck up and she would be awesome.

clown Blame the economy I guess



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chefkathleen wrote:
Lisa wrote:
myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are responsible for the attitudes of children today, sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not so much.



Yes I think it is their parents fault. If blame is to be assessed. Why else would 20 and 30 somethings be moving back into their parents houses or not leaving in the first place? Getting married later isn't a sign of immaturity IMO. I think it's more them not wanting to leave the safety of their parents houses and incomes. I've heard of a lot of people that age still living at home after college and the parents doing the kids laundry, paying car insurance, health insurance, etc. And they don't mind doing it! I've also heard of them paying for the "child's" apartment or car payment. So if mommy and daddy take care of you all of your life, pay for everything, where do you learn to stand on your own two feet? Even animals, which aren't supposed to be as smart as humans, kick the baby out of the nest at a certain age.


I've heard of this too, but it's a pretty sweeping generalization and certainly not the usual trend I've seen among people my own age who are still single and having fun. I think it's definitely a cultural thing sometimes. Certain cultures encourage kids to stay at home and tied to mommy's apron for as long as possible. The rest of us are out there making our own car payments and rent/mortgage payments. If you're able to put off marriage/kids after college or university for a few years, you have a great little window to explore who you are as a person and enjoy life, travel, relationships, and whatever little hedonistic fantasies you want to explore while the more traditional types are paying for wedding expenses, diapers and mini-vans.

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Magical_felix wrote:
chefkathleen wrote:
Lisa wrote:
myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are responsible for the attitudes of children today, sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not so much.



Yes I think it is their parents fault. If blame is to be assessed. Why else would 20 and 30 somethings be moving back into their parents houses or not leaving in the first place? Getting married later isn't a sign of immaturity IMO. I think it's more them not wanting to leave the safety of their parents houses and incomes. I've heard of a lot of people that age still living at home after college and the parents doing the kids laundry, paying car insurance, health insurance, etc. And they don't mind doing it! I've also heard of them paying for the "child's" apartment or car payment. So if mommy and daddy take care of you all of your life, pay for everything, where do you learn to stand on your own two feet? Even animals, which aren't supposed to be as smart as humans, kick the baby out of the nest at a certain age.


Yes you're right about that chef. I see it in my own family. Some of my cousins and 1 of my sisters are fucking useless. I went to a trade school and have a great job, I'm paid really really well, enjoy my freedom with no boss directly above me and have weekends and almost all of December off. And I went to fucking art school and I'm a stoner.

My sister on the other hand went to UC Davis. Maybe in the top ten schools in north America. My dad pays for her rent, bills, insurance, car, everything really. When she visits me I buy her lunch and fill up her tank because she works part time and has no respect for money and is always out of it or lying that she's out of it... Fuck, enough with that. Posses me off just thinking about it.

What I'm getting at is, yes my dad would love to kick her out of the nest but he knows that if he does she is going to crack her damn head open on the ground. What to do?

It's crazy how different we are. On paper you'd think I'd be the fuck up and she would be awesome.

clown Blame the economy I guess


As Cassidy said, get her down to that fertility clinic to sell her eggs, Felix! At $5K a pop, half a dozen eggs could set her up nicely for a while... thumbup

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I've heard of this too, but it's a pretty sweeping generalization and certainly not the usual trend I've seen among people my own age who are still single and having fun. I think it's definitely a cultural thing sometimes. Certain cultures encourage kids to stay at home and tied to mommy's apron for as long as possible. The rest of us are out there making our own car payments and rent/mortgage payments. If you're able to put off marriage/kids after college or university for a few years, you have a great little window to explore who you are as a person and enjoy life, travel, relationships, and whatever little hedonistic fantasies you want to explore while the more traditional types are paying for wedding expenses, diapers and mini-vans.


Definitely. Mexican culture is like this. Mexicans want their kids to live at home until they're married.



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As Cassidy said, get her down to that fertility clinic to sell her eggs, Felix! At $5K a pop, half a dozen eggs could set her up nicely for a while...


It sounds good on paper... But she'll multiply. We couldn't handle it.



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Dancing_Doll wrote:
chefkathleen wrote:
Lisa wrote:
myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are responsible for the attitudes of children today, sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not so much.



Yes I think it is their parents fault. If blame is to be assessed. Why else would 20 and 30 somethings be moving back into their parents houses or not leaving in the first place? Getting married later isn't a sign of immaturity IMO. I think it's more them not wanting to leave the safety of their parents houses and incomes. I've heard of a lot of people that age still living at home after college and the parents doing the kids laundry, paying car insurance, health insurance, etc. And they don't mind doing it! I've also heard of them paying for the "child's" apartment or car payment. So if mommy and daddy take care of you all of your life, pay for everything, where do you learn to stand on your own two feet? Even animals, which aren't supposed to be as smart as humans, kick the baby out of the nest at a certain age.


I've heard of this too, but it's a pretty sweeping generalization and certainly not the usual trend I've seen among people my own age who are still single and having fun. I think it's definitely a cultural thing sometimes. Certain cultures encourage kids to stay at home and tied to mommy's apron for as long as possible. The rest of us are out there making our own car payments and rent/mortgage payments. If you're able to put off marriage/kids after college or university for a few years, you have a great little window to explore who you are as a person and enjoy life, travel, relationships, and whatever little hedonistic fantasies you want to explore while the more traditional types are paying for wedding expenses, diapers and mini-vans.


Yes it is a sweeping generalization. I didn't say that all 20/30 somethings are like that. And of course it is a perfect time to travel, explore life, relationships etc. I wasn't talking about those people. I was talking about the ones that their parents enable by letting them stay at home and the parents are paying for everything. It's becoming more and more commonplace for them to do so and no one seems to find it odd that a 30 year old man is living at home off of his parents, for example. I don't think he needs to be married with children or even in a relationship but IMO he should be out on his own, making his way, exploring life as you say.
Felix's parents are afraid by kicking out his sister that she'll fall on her face. Which maybe just what she needs but, I understand it's hard to make that decision to let her make her own mistakes and learn from them.
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Magical_felix wrote:
chefkathleen wrote:
Lisa wrote:
myself wrote:
myself wrote:
For those men and women who are 25 plus years old and that don't care for their responsibilities I say BS. 25 is half of 50 and the next 25 will go by in a blink of an eye.


Just venting folks. Really shouldn't have. It's pointless. Can one open the eyes of young people? Do you think we have created a childlike young adult society? dontknow Have we prolonged their growth and regressed? Tired of the baby stuff. : )


I agree. I think "we" as a society created them. They didn't just sprout up from nowhere. Parents are responsible for the attitudes of children today, sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not so much.



Yes I think it is their parents fault. If blame is to be assessed. Why else would 20 and 30 somethings be moving back into their parents houses or not leaving in the first place? Getting married later isn't a sign of immaturity IMO. I think it's more them not wanting to leave the safety of their parents houses and incomes. I've heard of a lot of people that age still living at home after college and the parents doing the kids laundry, paying car insurance, health insurance, etc. And they don't mind doing it! I've also heard of them paying for the "child's" apartment or car payment. So if mommy and daddy take care of you all of your life, pay for everything, where do you learn to stand on your own two feet? Even animals, which aren't supposed to be as smart as humans, kick the baby out of the nest at a certain age.


Yes you're right about that chef. I see it in my own family. Some of my cousins and 1 of my sisters are fucking useless. I went to a trade school and have a great job, I'm paid really really well, enjoy my freedom with no boss directly above me and have weekends and almost all of December off. And I went to fucking art school and I'm a stoner.

My sister on the other hand went to UC Davis. Maybe in the top ten schools in north America. My dad pays for her rent, bills, insurance, car, everything really. Shes beautiful too, what you imagine when someone says mexican princess. When she visits me I buy her lunch and fill up her tank because she works part time and has no respect for money and is always out of it or lying that she's out of it... Fuck, enough with that. Pisses me off just thinking about it.

What I'm getting at is, yes my dad would love to kick her out of the nest but he knows that if he does she is going to crack her damn head open on the ground. What to do?

It's crazy how different we are. On paper you'd think I'd be the fuck up and she would be awesome.

clown Blame the economy I guess


This pretty much sums it up for me except I'll take it a little further.

Where did the phase (kids with kids) come from? For those young women and men conjugating and giving birth to children and who don't care to take of them, again I say BS. There comes a time in a persons life when they have to grow up and because so many of our young people don't get this, I think there's something WRONG and am just tired of it.

And for you little missy, We'd happily help you and all young people with all knowledge earned but, because so many young people have no respect for themselves, their children and their elders this knowledge falls on deaf ears.

Don't Care How You Do It-Grow Up People

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At least the youth have an excuse. Were young, dumb and full of... Well you know.

What are older peoples excuses? I'm a whip cracker at my job and believe me when I tell you the people that give me the most attitude, defy me and always want to change my plans are my older co-workers. They hate that they have to listen to me. Its because I'm younger, in some cases 15 years younger. I'm not a dick or unreasonable and most of my workers like me a lot, the ones that actually pull their own weight. But some of these older guys and gals have to be convinced to do what I want them to do. Kind of like when you have to play airplane to get a child to eat their peas.



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Magical_felix wrote:
At least the youth have an excuse. Were young, dumb and full of... Well you know.

What are older peoples excuses? I'm a whip cracker at my job and believe me when I tell you the people that give me the most attitude, defy me and always want to change my plans are my older co-workers. They hate that they have to listen to me. Its because I'm younger, in some cases 15 years younger. I'm not a dick or unreasonable and most of my workers like me a lot, the ones that actually pull their own weight. But some of these older guys and gals have to be convinced to do what I want them to do. Kind of like when you have to play airplane to get a child to eat their peas.


Funny how people don't want to get the job done (job being the operative word).

Torture the data long enough and they will confess to anything.
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myself wrote:
Magical_felix wrote:
At least the youth have an excuse. Were young, dumb and full of... Well you know.

What are older peoples excuses? I'm a whip cracker at my job and believe me when I tell you the people that give me the most attitude, defy me and always want to change my plans are my older co-workers. They hate that they have to listen to me. Its because I'm younger, in some cases 15 years younger. I'm not a dick or unreasonable and most of my workers like me a lot, the ones that actually pull their own weight. But some of these older guys and gals have to be convinced to do what I want them to do. Kind of like when you have to play airplane to get a child to eat their peas.


Funny how people don't want to get the job done (job being the operative word).


I don't understand. What did you mean by this?



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Magical_felix wrote:
myself wrote:
Magical_felix wrote:
At least the youth have an excuse. Were young, dumb and full of... Well you know.

What are older peoples excuses? I'm a whip cracker at my job and believe me when I tell you the people that give me the most attitude, defy me and always want to change my plans are my older co-workers. They hate that they have to listen to me. Its because I'm younger, in some cases 15 years younger. I'm not a dick or unreasonable and most of my workers like me a lot, the ones that actually pull their own weight. But some of these older guys and gals have to be convinced to do what I want them to do. Kind of like when you have to play airplane to get a child to eat their peas.


Funny how people don't want to get the job done (job being the operative word).


I don't understand. What did you mean by this?


It means-seems it to much for some just to get the job done.

Torture the data long enough and they will confess to anything.
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Oh laughing8 that's what you literally meant, I thought you were being cryptic.



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Hmmm... I know a lot of older, so called "mature" people that are dumb as fuck. Irresponsible, selfish, ignorant, inconsiderate, and arrogant. It has nothing to do with age, it has to do with the person and the way they conduct themselves. I get fairly sick of the argument "respect your elders", because in my world, respect is given to those who earn it. I can have far more respect and admiration for a 19 year than a 50 year old depending on who they prove themselves to be. I also know of many "older" people that have done a terrible job of parenting, making financial decisions, and are just as self-involved as many people are thought to be in their early twenties. I've seen it a lot with those people that got married and had kids early and missed out on their youth and self-exploration and then when they hit 40, they have an affair, get a divorce and start dressing in their children's clothes and partying it up. Responsibilities fly out the window... they start behaving like the MTV generation except they are a few decades too late.

This whole "grow up" argument can be applied to anyone but to me, it has little to do with age. I judge people based on what they show me.

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