Friday, October 20, 2017

Life comes at you fast. Even faster when you're an idiot.

Almost every time I've seen college kids in the media lately, I wonder how they're going to survive when they get out in the real world. I wonder when they find time to actually study and learn anything when they're so busy wreaking havoc on their neighborhoods and assaulting anyone who doesn't march in lockstep with their beliefs and opinions, and even protesting having to do college student stuff like taking tests and you know, actually being taught something that might be useful to them now and in the future. And don't even get me started on the coddling and "safe spaces". Good luck in the real world, kids.

They are so out of touch with actually educating themselves about something before developing an opinion about it, that it's a real kick when they get smacked with the reality stick, and bonus points for getting it on video and sharing it with the world. I give you college students who get their hate on over President Trump's tax plan, but love it when aspects of it are presented to them as being authored by Bernie Sanders. And then are told it's actually Trump's plan. Enjoy!

"Parents that have children go through a lot..." Parents. That. Have. Children.

Lots of face-saving going on after the big reveal, but I'm not buying that they actually learned anything from it. Come on people, learn to think and not just having knee-jerk reactions. You might learn something that will surprise you, like it's possible to agree with someone on some issues even if you don't agree with them on everything. It's a big world out there and not everyone is going to be just like you. Deal with it.

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