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There’s an abandoned house in England called The Potter Manor House. It looks like this. And if this isn’t the house of James’s parents, then I don’t know what is.
was there ever any official word on what happened to James’ parents?
“I fell in love the way you fall asleep; slowly, then all at once.” The Fault in Our Stars by John Green in Circular Gallifreyan
I apologize for the absolute terrible picture quality, I broke myself and didn’t feel up to walking down stairs to the scanner and all I have is my phone. So please excuse that.
we need to play another round of “make John Green find the post” just so he can see this.
INTERNAL RAGE BURNING DEEP.
“Here are some broad descriptions about the generation known as Millennials: They’re narcissistic. They’re lazy. They’re coddled. They’re even a bit delusional.
Those aren’t just unfounded negative stereotypes about 80 million Americans born roughly between 1980 and 2000. They’re backed up by a decade of sociological research. The National Institutes of Health found that for people in their 20s, Narcissistic Personality Disorder is three times as high than the generation that’s 65 or older. In 1992, 80 percent of people under 23 wanted to one day have a job with greater responsibility; ten years later, 60 percent did. Millennials received so many participation trophies growing up that 40 percent of them think they should be promoted every two years – regardless of performance. They’re so hopeful about the future you might think they hadn’t heard of something called the Great Recession.”
The Me Generation
Well, they’re right about the “save us all” part, anyway.
Okay, like…what total fucking assholes. Actually we HAVE heard of the Great Recession! In fact, that’s WHY we live with our parents! And I don’t actually know ANYONE in that age bracket who is optimistic about the future. And I’m not sure how wanting a job with greater responsibility makes you narcissistic. My last job was as a barista. You’re telling me I shouldn’t want a job with greater responsibility than making coffee and being nice to people when they were mean? And none of the people I have ever worked with EXPECTED to get promoted regardless of performance. They either didn’t care about being promoted, or they expected to get promoted by working hard to show that they were more competent than everyone else.
Go fuck yourself, Time.
P.S. Want millenials to stop thinking about themselves so much? Then maybe you should make Syria or Bangladesh the cover story instead of whining about how your kids are annoying.
“Expect to get promoted regardless of performance?”
No, motherfucker, we don’t expect to see promotion or advancement no matter how goddamn hard we work, because there’s NOWHERE UP TO GO.
We live in a world of wage and hiring freezes, without cost of living adjustments in the face of rising costs, of dead end jobs, where entry level demands a bachelors, and that bachelors sinks you so far in a hole you’re going to be paying for it for years, so you better not rock the boat or get fired.
Fuck Time. Print media must love watching itself die.
Rich white people raise their rich white kids to be whiny and entitled, then complain that *all* young people are like that even though it’s mostly rich white kids.
Yay you assholes, yay.
Not only all of the above, but also, maybe the reason more people are being diagnosed as *anything* is because a) the diagnosis criteria is more specific and b) the stigma is less now than it was when the “65 and older” generation was growing up. That doesn’t mean there’s more narcissistic people in the world. That just means there’s more officially diagnosed narcissistic people in the world.
YOU KNOW I DON’T THINK THIS IS HOW THE SONG GOES
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