I am really sick and tired of seeing this new generation of entitled brats be so pretentious is society. The millennials of course. They are by far the most asinine generation to ever exist, and this is proven irrefutably by their lack of pride.
They lack respect for every basic aspect of a civilized society, which is evident through their music. I don't care about hearing some dude using autotune to replace his shitty singing rap about how many ho's he has. I would rather listen to real music my father showed me when I was growing up (That was good stuff man, I never had a good relationship with him, and that music was pretty much our only connection).
The key issue, is that they all feel a sense of entitlement that is totally unsubstantiated. Now, of course, we need to fix this before they get old enough to vote. Or else, I mean, who knows, they might change something. We need to attack the root of the problem. And I think I know what that root is.
You see, I stopped playing video games a few years ago when I became an adult, and ever since then, the things I like have been increasingly different from the things that those who are younger than me like. And that's it, it's the video games.
Everyone plays a video game expecting to win. You always win. There is always some sort of instant reward. Whether you're picking up the phone on call of duty or reading tarot cards on Destiny, you're always receiving something, getting that instant gratification.
Over time, this makes millennials far more interested in instantly receiving what they want rather than earning it. They want things like free healthcare because it doesn't cost them any chips to respawn in Halo. They want free education because the tutorial is always offered automatically. Video games are killing us, and I think we should make the conscious effort of not allowing children to play it.
I mean seriously, video games are practically mindwashing our kids into becoming communists.
[b]TL;DR:[/b] We must stop our children from playing video games if we want to fix the millennials.