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]]> Viagra use » Canadian pharmacy viagra no prescription | Lowest Price Guaranteed! http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/05/12/are-we-the-dumbest-generation/comment-page-1/#comment-1898 JobSage Thu, 29 May 2008 17:58:45 +0000 http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/05/12/are-we-the-dumbest-generation/#comment-1898 I remember reading that same Boston.com headline for the first time. I was like "WTF?" I can appreciate people have their opinions, but to use our most valuable tools (the internet and social networking) to date to broadcast the opinions of a man who is obviously clueless? That, I don't agree with. In fact, the whole thing bothered me so much that I started reading into his comments that were also published in a live chat hosted later on, and guess what? He really is clueless. I made note of some of the research he cited that brought him to all his 'conclusions'. I found that I have access to many of the same sources, which I also reference in my blogs and accompanying research; www.revoy.ca, and www.blindspot.ca. I think Mr. Bauerline conveniently left out some important facts, and if he didn't do it "conveniently", then I would challenge him to study his arguments more thoroughly so he's at least got some ground to stand on. Throwing around the name "PEW Research" just for some instant credibility is not only distasteful, it's annoying for those of us that link the name with research in a way that doesn't contradict the context it was found in. Also, I wonder if he realizes that most of the characteristics he's complaining about are actually consistent throughout many teenagers in every generation. The more I read into his accusations and comments, the more I realized, "this guy just wants some publicity". And what better way to get attention than to stir up a fuss. Too bad he skewed his research - he might have been able to come up with a respectable opinion. I remember reading that same Boston.com headline for the first time. I was like “WTF?” I can appreciate people have their opinions, but to use our most valuable tools (the internet and social networking) to date to broadcast the opinions of a man who is obviously clueless? That, I don’t agree with. In fact, the whole thing bothered me so much that I started reading into his comments that were also published in a live chat hosted later on, and guess what? He really is clueless.

I made note of some of the research he cited that brought him to all his ‘conclusions’. I found that I have access to many of the same sources, which I also reference in my blogs and accompanying research; , and . I think Mr. Bauerline conveniently left out some important facts, and if he didn’t do it “conveniently”, then I would challenge him to study his arguments more thoroughly so he’s at least got some ground to stand on. Throwing around the name “PEW Research” just for some instant credibility is not only distasteful, it’s annoying for those of us that link the name with research in a way that doesn’t contradict the context it was found in.

Also, I wonder if he realizes that most of the characteristics he’s complaining about are actually consistent throughout many teenagers in every generation.

The more I read into his accusations and comments, the more I realized, “this guy just wants some publicity”. And what better way to get attention than to stir up a fuss. Too bad he skewed his research – he might have been able to come up with a respectable opinion.

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Viagra use » Canadian pharmacy viagra no prescription | Lowest Price Guaranteed! http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/05/12/are-we-the-dumbest-generation/comment-page-1/#comment-1817 admin Fri, 16 May 2008 17:21:42 +0000 http://baglady.dreamhosters.com/2008/05/12/are-we-the-dumbest-generation/#comment-1817 @Bonnie Story - I highly doubt that we are the explicit sex and graphic violence pioneers. Violence and sex have been recorded as far back as the Bible. The porn industry was thriving way before I was born, and wars were fought over many issues. Want to see a graphically violent movie? Check out Deer Hunter, an awesome movie about the Vietnam War made in 1978. That was 5 years before I was born. Want to see sex in a film in the 60s? Just flip to Midnight Cowboy. Oh and I see that you mentioned chainsaws and cutting off heads, are you talking about Jason in Friday the 13th? Well guess what, that movie came out in 1980 when this generation was just getting born! The hippies encouraged free love and actually many Gen-Ys are more religious than their parents and actually get married fairly early. I don't think you can blame this generation for whatever evil that has always existed. @Bonnie Story – I highly doubt that we are the explicit sex and graphic violence pioneers. Violence and sex have been recorded as far back as the Bible. The porn industry was thriving way before I was born, and wars were fought over many issues. Want to see a graphically violent movie? Check out Deer Hunter, an awesome movie about the Vietnam War made in 1978. That was 5 years before I was born. Want to see sex in a film in the 60s? Just flip to Midnight Cowboy. Oh and I see that you mentioned chainsaws and cutting off heads, are you talking about Jason in Friday the 13th? Well guess what, that movie came out in 1980 when this generation was just getting born! The hippies encouraged free love and actually many Gen-Ys are more religious than their parents and actually get married fairly early. I don’t think you can blame this generation for whatever evil that has always existed.

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