Media spokesmillennial actually 55 years old


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/01/05/media-spokesmillenial-actually.html


#2

A few minutes later, he said he wanted to talk to his lawyer before he said anything else.

Ummmmmm…


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#4

Beat me to it.


#5

It was a toss-up between that one or this:


#6

Ah, didn’t know that one.


#7

What IS it with kids today and their lawyers??


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#9

I wondered why all his stories revolved around episodes of Quantum Leap.


#10

You all over-looked this one:

“I’m thirty-nine!”


#11

retirement age approaches

At age 55?


#12

Because reporters are lazy despite the fact that professional paid work in journalism is harder than ever to get. That’s how you get a crazy and damaged Baby Boomer constantly being cited as the voice of his Millenial generation. That’s also how we get a crazy and damaged orange man-child as our next President.

I give citations from recent Forbes articles as much credibility as those from the WSJ op-ed pages. Not surprisingly, those citations usually come from conservatives.


#13

This is a great episode - link takes you right to where I want


#14

Consider the self-image of a man who poses with a Tesla for a Forbes blogspam profile whose purpose is to establish that he is a millionaire before 40.


#15

I’m glad that we 55-year-old millenials have someone to stand up for us.


#16

So is he trying to be a “Millennial” Jack Benny?


#17

Millennials…can’t even speak for themselves…gotta get their parents to speak for them.


#18

See, that right there gives him away. I remember that show very well, and I’m 44. Even with today’s rerun mania, what millenial is gonna know Quantum Leap?

:wink:


#19

I’m confused. What the fuck, exactly, does this guy do? He talks about Millennials, or something? What?


#20

Isn’t that the show that Captain Archer and Brother Cavill got together to do after their more popular shows ended?