It Appears To Me That Many In The Younger Generations Have Extreme Daddy Issues That They Are Projecting As Hatred Towards The Boomer Generation

For the second time in a week, a very popular Blogger who’s name I won’t mention and to who’s site I won’t link to, has come out with posts trashing the Boomer Generation.

Reading through the comments, there seems to be a slathering wish for what they are calling “The Day Of The Pillow”, where they feel perfectly justified by their perception of Boomer self centeredness and greed, to suffocate us in our beds when we get old and feeble enough to be unable to defend ourselves.

Both posts are full of vitriol pointed towards the Boomer Generation but upon closer inspection, I see a lot of anger issues from Gen X’ers who’s main self righteous anger seems to be stemming from their common claim that they were “Latch Key Kids”.

Just so you know, I had that exact same experience growing up but for some reason I haven’t figured out how to blame the entire generation of my parents.

Funny that.

This claim exposes the true reasons for their anger without them apparently being able to see it when I can, from space.

They feel abandoned .

Poor widdle snowflakes gots the Daddy Issues but can’t seem to put 2 and 2 together so hey, lets attack that whole generation because our parents were too busy partying and being self centered to love us, right?

You try and tell them hey, you little fuckers are all growed up now and are beginning to hold office and take over the joint. If you don’t like what The Boomers In Charge are currently doing, then walk away from the Pity Party and fucking do something about it .

OH THE HOWLS OF OUTRAGE WHEN YOU POINT THIS OUT!

How DARE you interrupt our Pity Party you fucking Boomer.

There’s one, GET THE PILLOWS!

So after leaving one comment over there and getting swarmed by the RageAholics I figured just exactly the way I figured after trying repeatedly to teach some things to the younger generations, who’s only goal in life is to finish the last level of the latest video game,

Fuck ‘Em.

You sonsabitches have convinced yourselves that all of the worlds problem instantly materialized and have been exacerbated ever since the day the first poor hapless fool was born in a certain time period that has since been classified as The Boomer Generation?

Fine.

You take the wheel bitches.

BTW, don’t bother calling me when the Check Engine Light comes on in your new fucking Hybrid POS or “it’s making a funny noise”.

BTW, the spare light bulbs for the bathroom are in the closet down the hall. Handle it.

Put on your Big Boy britches and start taking care of shit on your own you fucking Know It Alls.

I should be around long enough to see the first signs of how that’s going to work out.

BTW, the looming economic blowout and the resulting world wide crash is going to be a pretty steep learning curve for all of you little whelps.

Now if you will excuse me, I am going to go On Line and find me a new pillow.

UPDATED;

Apparently Friend Of The Blog, The Defensive Training Group has had about enough of the Boomer Bashing also.

You definitely need to go read this whole thing because his response to this Day Of The Pillow horse shit is EPIC.

Wish I’d a thought of it myself.

132 thoughts on “It Appears To Me That Many In The Younger Generations Have Extreme Daddy Issues That They Are Projecting As Hatred Towards The Boomer Generation

  1. … and I’m sure Mike Lindell thanks you, Phil.

    Yeah, these little Snotflakes are gonna wilt, dry up, and blow away when the Mean Mr. Reality shows up.

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    • As a boomer, I am preparing to spend every dime of my considerable estate
      You losers won’t get a dime!. Just wait till the kids and grandkids find out what I did! LOL!

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      • Being proud of intentionally making your families life harder is an interesting mindset. Do you not love your family? It’s your money and you can do what you want with it, but to take joy in the fact you will be hurting them is sick. Did you prepare them for life? Or did you set them up for failure, so you could dangle inheritance, then sabotage them one more time when you are gone?

        I feel pain for what is in your heart.

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          • Nice. What happened to you? You guys had the world and could have actually made a positive difference, been the greatest generation that we all strive to live up to, but you chose to burn it down. You fruits are how you treat others, not how you lash out at others, for the way you were treated.

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  2. The behaviors of the sniveling babies can be summed up as, ‘Okay, we’re in charge now. Oh, where’s the switch? How come this won’t turn on? Hallo? Anybody?’

    This crop of whiners have not had it any worse than those who came before them, or even those among them. They simply cling to the idea that their lacking is the fault of someone else. Their over developed self-importance disallows them to look inward when it was proven that the promises of the perpetual participation trophies was a ruse. They are a laughingstock and by their own hand. Yet, so fragile is their esteem that they cannot bare to admit it.

    I would be willing to live another 30-40 years just to watch their prodigy snuff the snot out of the bedwetters. I have four nephews, the oldest is 25 yrs. All have known immense struggles throughout their lives. Three are successful, two extremely so. One is not but only because he got into drugs.

    Only on occasion would I go to that site. About one month ago I decided to never return. They’re too high on themselves. Its mob tactics through and through. Like a hive of addled simps finding confidence only by the group. Aged teenagers.

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    • I would be willing to live another 30-40 years just to watch their prodigy snuff the snot out of the bedwetters

      Spoken like a true boomer.

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  3. Read the same blog, like a bunch of the stuff over there but the rage against supposed boomers has always been off for me. No generation is homogeneous but in any case who cares? Live your life and make a difference and let it go

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  4. You done it again, Phil- another excellent piece a lot of us can identify with. It’s going to take something brutal to fix this. The “victims” will either die or cinch-up their britches and get busy. Old saying is “It doesn’t matter if you are the predator or the prey. When the sun comes up, you’d better be haulin’ ass”.

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  5. The majority of those complaining about boomers are poor little rich kids upset that they are not going to get as much of daddy’s money as they think they deserve. They are also upset because daddy had to work 70 hours a week and he bought them that 85 Mustang instead of the Corvette they wanted.

    The blogger in question is a moral, intellectual, and physical coward who lives in Europe and loves to talk about how China and Russia are the bestest in the whole world.

    He also loves to talk about the “good, beautiful, and true”, claiming to be a Christian, but he spends most of his time looking for loopholes in the Gospels to support his own warped views. I never have figured out when murder of the helpless became “good, beautiful, or true”.

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      • Silly boy. It wasn’t judges of the boo,er generation that issued a judicial fiat purporting to “legalize” abortion. The judges were of the falsely labeled “greatest generation.”

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          • come now Bardelys, be reasonable. Boomers only have 65 seats in the US Senate and only 6 of the 9 sitting Supreme Court justices. What can you expect them to do with so little power?

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            • What can you expect with lawless judges? It was lawless judges that caused the original problem. It is lawless judges that perpetuate the problem. It the depression generation, and the so called “greatest generation” that established the problem, and trained the hard left of my and your generation to help perpetuate it.

              If you are so naïve as to think your generation is no more wicked than earlier generations, then you are simply a fool.

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          • Spoken like true fool. Your generation has done nothing to solve the problem. In fact, your hard left friends are doing more to drag the country down than all the generations that preceded you.

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        • Correct, the judges were responding to your incessant whining that the birth control pill is only 99% effective compared to abstinence.

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          • You’re tired pf the BS yet that’s what you are spewing. Typical child. You have no cpacity for critical thinking and have simply allowed idiots like Beale to tell you what to think.

            It’s past time you grew up. All you are accomplishing is to show how big a fool you are.

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      • A whining, sniveling coward who moved out of the States because he’s a feckless asshole whiner who couldn’t handle the big leagues.

        Now that he’s in Italy, he’s the big cheese.

        What a pathetic loser. I don’t blame my parents for my fuckups. I don’t blame their parents (except for voting for that socialist asshole FDR.) I don’t blame their parents (except for voting for that asshole Wilson.)

        All my fuckups are mine. I own them. Any issues that weren’t identified when I was a kid are still my issues, not my parents. I actually feel sorry for them having to deal with a a fuckup like me.

        So when some snot-nosed attention whore like Vox goes running off a the mouth, anything he says, whether true or not, is given a big old insta-ding on the credibility.

        What a fucking douche-nozzle.

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  6. yea, ocassionally read that one. initials rhyme with venereal desease.. DGAF bout boomer blaming tantrums. maybe something useful in a post but those comment sections aren’t worth crusty old dry spooge

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  7. Not one of them will express gratitude for the material things two incomes got them, or blame feminism for doubling the number of warm bodies available to work in the lower half of jobs, driving down wages. Nor will they blame the fat drunken Kennedy for opening the floodgates of non-european immigration, which finished the job feminism started. Nor will they blame the congress and big business for changing the tax rules to encourage “offshoring” and hollowing out manufacturing.

    Those three things have destroyed the middle class by destroying the good paying jobs held by middle american men.

    The expanding debt, monitization of everything, and high inflation will get what’s left of the middle and upper middle class by destroying the value of their life savings.

    I guess it’s easier to blame anyone but mom for abandoning them at home to be raised by cable tv.

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    • Boomers have been in charge for 40 years. Still are: Biden is 78. Trump is 75, Gates 65, Fauci 80. All the decline you bitch about happened on YOUR watch. You were too busy partying to care. And like I said, you’re still pulling the levers of power. You could stop the decline now if you wanted to. But you don’t. It’s easier to mock everyone and call them “snowflakes”.

      Your children and grandchildren will not inherit from you a functional society. But it’s ok, you got to experience the Beatles.

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          • The irony must burn. Your hero does little but all names, and you idiots do the same. No one misses you now.

            By the by, Boomers have not been in charge for 40 years. There was a trickle in the 70s, with a larger surge in the 80s. It was not until the 90s that boomers were in charge, and that has been quickly ending over the last 20 years. The boomers are on their last legs and the influence of millenials is now overwhelming. Most of the decline we have seen recently has taken place since Obama was elected and many od us boomers did not vote for that scum bag.

            If you idiots are so great, lets see you straighten it out as your co-generationists continue to screw up royally. While Beale is doing good work with his publishing efforts, he’s little more than a whiner outside of that. The commetariat there is even worse.

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            • Bullshit. Your generation’s every whim has been catered to since you were children. You then spent the 70s smoking dope, fucking each other’s wives and aborting the oopsies, spent the 80’s and 90’s hoovering up wealth and not raising your kids, then fucked he whole country in 2008 to prop up your investments. No, you Boomers have been in charge a long time, and you’ve never thought about anyone but yourselves. If that wasn’t true, everyone who disagrees with you wouldn’t be called “idiot” and “snowflake”.

              The point has been made over and over: the decline of America happened on your watch. Boomers have been completely ineffective at stopping it. You can’t even counter it with any factual statements to the contrary. Maybe it’s not everyone else who are he “idots”.

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              • And that is foolish BS. The overwhelming majority of us did not have our “every whim” catered to. You children are simply throwing a tantrum. Look in the mirror and you will see your problem. You, just like the hard left, little connection to reality.

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    • The generations that came before the Boomers screwed all sorts of things up, that is certainly true.

      Name something the Boomers fixed.

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    • “blame feminism … blame the fat drunken Kennedy for opening the floodgates of non-european immigration … blame the congress and big business for changing the tax rules to encourage ‘offshoring'”

      Boomers did all of this. This was all on your watch. This is exactly where the hate comes from. Honestly, I think you must be some kind of troll who is playing as a clueless Boomer, because you just listed the three main complaints that younger generations have about Boomers.

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      • The level of your knowledge is abysmal. The Kennedys were not boomers. Feminism was not a product of boomers.

        The problems listed were products of the hard left and many of us boomer fought them tooth and nail. The foundations were laid during the Lincoln maladminstration which enabled Wilson, FDR, Johnson, Carter, Clinton, Obama, and now Biden, to do real damage. At present, the people with the most influence are not boomers, but your own generation. So, get the plank out of your own eye.

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  8. vox has a lot of good stuff and i enjoy his site immensely. i dont consider his views “warped”. but for a guy who is like 53, near “boomer age” , he is playing in what is normally commie territory. ie, kill all the old people with education and glasses. and it might be kind of hard to physically lead his boomerhaters to valhalla here… from italy.

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  9. Most people, throughout most of history, were too poor to leave large money funds to their kids.
    That was only the aristocracy and the upper level monied class – bankers and successful merchants.
    The only thing poorer people could leave their kids were values and work habits.
    It appears to me that, if you want to curse your children, turn them into trust fund babies (or welfare babies).

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  10. I too read the Vox Day and have come to laugh when he gets a boomer hard on. It is always the same, no social security, no inheritance, mom and dad, grandma or grandpa won’t pay attention to me because they are spending MY inheritance on big RV and cruises and vacations to Europe or Hawaii. Oh, and him and his sycophants hate the Beatles and most of the music we listen too. That is okay, I hate the Beatles and Rolling Stones and the other 99% of English or Eurotrash music. Give me Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, Charlie Pride, Big Band/Swing any old day of the week

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    • Right on! Always amuses me that these poor little snowflakes complain about all sorts of things but almost always in the end turn to us to solve an issue or get help doing something. Most of them cannot change a light bulb, change a tap washer, grow food, repair or build things and the list goes on. Not because they are idiots mind you but because a lot of them felt that someone else will be there to do it. I make a point of telling these snowflakes when they want help with sundry chores and don’t know how to go about it. Just google it.

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      • “Most of them cannot change a light bulb, change a tap washer, grow food, repair or build things and the list goes on.”

        I wasn’t aware that humans came out of the womb knowing how to do those things. Who was the generation responsible for teaching them? Hint: you’ll find them looking at you in the mirror. I guess those stupid Millennials were supposed to be smart enough to refuse the participation trophies when they were five.

        Old saying: if someone taught you something, you pay your mentor back by teaching someone else. Obviously, someone taught you everything you know. What have you bothered to pass on? Rolling Stones records don’t count.

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          • You seem to think I haven’t tried to teach the younger generations and you would be very wrong. I actually taught a skiny19 year old girl how to be a professional mechanic at one point. However, it’s very hard to teach anyone who can’t keep their face out of a screen and who cries like a little bitch when you turn the damn thing off on them and force them to try and learn. You all are going to get your chances, let me know how that works out for you.

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            • Oh, so you admit it CAN be done. Great. Who’s next on the list to be taught? Which do you think would be more productive: encouraging your fellow generation to teach one skill a day to someone, or another post shitting on “snowflakes”. Your call, Chief.

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  11. I’ve enjoyed that mystery blog for a long time but recently I deleted the bookmark because of the Boomer stuff and a drift toward serious Anti-Semitism. The guy is seriously conceited and arrogant. It’s hard to take.
    I’m not exactly a Boomer, having been born in ’42 (my dad was in an exempt industry) but my wife is, being born in ’46. I just can’t us in the rants over there. Once I answered with some problems my Gen-x son had due to bad decisions and bad luck. The responders blamed me. If I’d raised him right he wouldn’t have had the problems. They say we ignored our parents, grandparents and children. Not so on any of the counts. I wish I had the money back we spent keeping our son and his family from living under a bridge for ten years of un and under employment and marrying his ex, a malignant narcissistic sociopath. Next time I see my son, I’ve got to ask him about this shit.

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      • could be. and he is a childless divorced boomer himself, it seems. and i bet he is jewish too if you see how he handles any argument, and hear his voice.

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        • I read Vox daily despite my being a Boomer. In regards to lastking’s comment, from reading Vox’s blog I see that he has children and is happily married; and he is committed to them. I see no reason to thusly besmirch him.
          (dienw)

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            • Just as you are doing to 2 generations. The only people that get offended by titles like GenX, Z, Millennial, Karen, Boomer, etc… are the people that fit those stereotypes, the rest of us do not care because it does not apply to us.
              As for my generation X, we were raised by our mom’s. Our dads were too busy on business trips, going out drinking Friday nights, hung over Saturdays, and golfing Sunday mornings to be concerned with spending time with their families or to teach life skills. In the Washington DC area 70-80% of children I was in school with, were in divorced homes. All of our parents built bars in the basement and were alcoholics.
              I am glad you were an exception and your children had a dad that cared enough to prepare them for their adulthood. The majority of us did not have this luxury. Whenever we started to succeed in life all of a sudden our dad was there to tells we couldn’t do it, or were doing it wrong, without having a solution or advice. Now the B generation wonders why we do not want them around their grandchildren, it must be our fault, not based on their prior/current behavior.

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              • Actually, I was raised exactly as you described. My mom even drank herself to death before the age of forty. I even had to raise my little brother when I was eight years old because my father did exactly what you described. I wound up being an alcoholic myself but still raised those kids right and finally quit the booze myself. Even with growing up like that I still manage to not blame my parents entire generation. You have to make of life what you can with what you have.

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                • I am sorry you went through that, I can see how it affected you.

                  I haven’t blamed anybody for my life, I made my own success and failures without help, still do. But not everyone is built the same and are not as resilient. Remember it was the parents of the 80’s and 90’s that chose the medicated their children because it was easier to put them on Ritalin or an SSRI then raise them. It was not my generation that did that. And you are surprised/angry/irritated by how it turned out?

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                  • It was so called leftist “professionals” that did that. Many parents had their kids taken from them if they didn’t allow the “medication.” Last I looked, not all boomers medicated their kids. Leftists wanted to medicate my son, but I would not allow it. He was simply being a normal boy. These days, he holds an MSEE and is making far more than I.

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                    • Good, you had the balls to stand up for your family, most did not. Most of the ones (in my experience) that did medicate their kids did not want to put in the effort to raise them. A lot were too drunk to give a shit one way or another and it . The parents that cared/fought were usually single divorced mom’s without a support system, because their former husbands wanted their fancy pants/bj’s and could not be bothered to help. When you are a single mom working/raising a family, by yourself, your financial situation for being able to get a good lawyer to fight for your child(ren) is very limiting and the outcome usually will be of poor quality. So why was it so hard for these dads to be there and stand up for their children?

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  12. It’s really too bad they’re focused on the wrong enemy. Rather than the Day of the Pillow – a no-risk job if there ever was one – they oughta try to play Cack the Kike instead.

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  13. I go to the VD site on occasion also. He actually has some ideas and thoughts i can relate too. But his boomer rants are an absolute study in narcissistic behaviors. The pillow party, while irritating, show a real shallowness for a guy who has begun to believe his small army of sycophants. These bootlickers call him dark lord, a savage and the ultimate alpha male. I have seen posts there where they whine that mommy didnt teach me to bake or daddy didnt show me what types of tools there are. Its a total ego stroke for the guy who paints with a very wide brush. Im a Boomer and proud of it.

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  14. They will be the first to die. The Sun is on schedule to unleash another X class flare this Solar Cycle. Should it hit Earth we will be in the dark for a few years. The coddled generation won’t have Uber Eats, water, electricity nor internet. Most will die within 30 days. It will be up to us Boomers to bury them.

    Recently at a gas station I noticed a 20 or something guy looking at his soft tire. He had put money in the air machine, it turned on , he had no clue what else to do. Biden sticker on the bumper…

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  15. That site is one of my daily stops, but too much of his content annoys the hell out of me. I just ignore a lot of his posts; mainly the “Gammas,” pedos, and “boomer” posts.
    The ones that seriously annoy me are the ones about how the Apollo landings were faked, and his disdain for engineering in general. The publishing house that he runs will not publish hard sf; I was shocked that the late, great Dr. Pournelle went to him to publish the last in the There Will Be War series. Don’t try to correct Mr. Italy with facts; he gets very testy, and his koolaid guzzling followers will have the vapors, poor dears.
    I haven’t checked out his latest endeavor, the comics with the so-called “legend”, whose claim to fame is that he was a co-creator of some Batman villain. Given how easy the term legend can be applied by these people, I guess I am a “legend” because I did CAD modeling of some bus parts used by Greyhound 20 years ago. Perhaps I should add that to my resume: “Legendary CAD designer of Greyhound buses.”
    Nah. My resume is factual, if very long after 38 years as a roadie CAD designer.
    He’s claiming tonight that the comics are doing very well, but no one in the business that I know has anything positive to say about it, if they have even heard of it. From the sample pages posted at his site, I think I was doodling better with crayons at seven than his professional illustrators.
    Lastly, I would warn people away from his crowd funding campaigns, as the money gets sucked in, but very little product seems to get excreted, at least in my experience. He’s not alone in this; I’ve donated to about six campaigns, and only got one completely right, by an aerospace writer.

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    • The legend in question is Chuck Dixon. Vox refers to him with that title because he is extraordinarily hard-working and focused, and puts out quality work. Prior to working with Vox, Dixon was a well-known and respected comics creator, before he ran afoul of the left’s cancel culture several years back. Of Vox, Chuck says that he is the only publisher he has worked with that consistently keeps his promises. And Jerry Pournelle and Vox had a lot of mutual respect. Yes, Pournelle was one of the greats and is sorely missed.

      As for his crowdfunding, Arkhaven comics has actually put out a huge amount of content relative to the money raised, a fact that you could verify by visiting the Arkhaven site and seeing the results of just a few crowdfunding efforts over about three year’s time. Or the fact that Arkhaven is currently releasing more pages of new comics than DC.

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    • “There Will Be War” was published many years ago with a traditional publisher. Pournelle wanted to get the series back out there, and Beale was happy to help. Castalia republsihed the entire series in hard back. The originals were paper back.

      Beale has done good work in the publishing area. His problem is that he has become an knee jerk moron when it comes to Boomers, plaming them for everyhting since sliced bread was invented. He has made himself look like a fool with a decided lack of critical thinking on the subject.

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  16. I just went back to his site, and his minions are out in farce tonight, as they agitate against the great enemy, the boomers. For some reason, when I see the Koolaid Kids virtually emerging from their $50/week rooms, I’m reminded of Kornbluth’s Marching Morons, as well as H Beam Piper’s Day of the Moron.

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  17. They were stupid fuckers when they were 10, and they’re no brighter now that they’re 40-50.

    The just make bigger fuck-ups, because they are bigger fuck-ups.

    Nature, and the Gods of the Copybook Headings, have the same policy: ZFG.
    Whining isn’t a survival skill, nor an Olympic sport, no matter how ardently they wish it were otherwise.

    When they find that out, in a Darwin Award-winning fashion, I may need duct tape to keep from splitting my sides in laughter.

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    • That reminds me of the Dilbert strip during the ’96 POTUS election. Dogbert was running for dictator of the world, would require that only idiots pay taxes and wanted to make caning an Olympic sport. I always liked Dogbert’s nihilism.

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  18. While I don’t agree with his anti-boomer posts, I do find them entertaining. Blaming a whole generation, defined by an arbitrary beginning and end date, is pretty silly. Just like astrology but with a larger window of time. Similarly, there will be plenty of people in older and younger generations who will do just fine because they learn and adapt to the world they live in today, not the world they thought was easier back in the 70’s. Similar to young trailer park meth users being proud that the USA went to the moon decades before they were born. The USA didn’t go to the moon. Just a small handful of Americans did.

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  19. The thing about his comments, they’re curated specifically to create and reinforce cult behavior. You can’t expect any kind of rational discussion there.

    I’m also convinced he utterly despises his own commenters, because he can see (although he might not admit it even to himself) what spineless asslickers they are.

    He’s deliberately surrounded himself with cowardly sycophants, hates and despises them, and blames them for his own actions. It’s Satanic. Also projects his resentment of his father onto, well, everyone. (“Oh, hey, Dad got out of federal prison early. Let’s set up a gofundme for him, let it fail, and wash our hands of the matter” Uh-huh. Real healthy family dynamic there.)

    My dad’s a boomer. Not a perfect man – but probably the best father anyone could ask for. I intend to stand by him for the rest of his life.

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  20. Its all about the money. Clickbait and so on.

    I will say because their demographic was so large their sociopathic members had larger influence on things making it look like the whole generation were assholes. Those types protected their retirement wealth and income continuously (look at the government they created). i.e.; Social security, big bank bailouts and so forth.

    Many of us as stated above just did what we could to provide for our families. This mindset is discussed in the book The Fourth Turning. What has been created will cause a lot of suffering for all but not all are to blame. Those sociopaths will suffer as well but they will be left out in the cold and no one to care for them in their last days due to their selfishness.

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  21. I’m one of those them there boomers! I’m not as astute as many others. For that reason could someone point me to the blog with anti-boomer post everyone is commenting on? Thanks…..Mike

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  22. Boomers are the most evil generation in recorded history. You burned all the seed you didn’t eat. The Day of the Pillow is coming, and you can’t avoid it, but it won’t be an American holding the pillow.

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    • They truly don’t understand what a selfish group of sociopaths they all are. I honestly can’t wait for these vaxxed cattle to get roped this year. I will unironically howl with laughter everytime I see one drop dead

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        • That is why home hospice is so popular now with the insurance companies. They give the patients children liquid morphine to manage their parents pain, with the instruction “if they are complaining of pain keep giving it to them until they are quite”. You can guess how this works out. I know of a few patients that did not make it 5 days after this was introduce to their treatment plan. One made it a whole 8 hours with a 2 month prognosis. The really messed up part is that when the family calls the hospice center to report the death, the first thing the case nurse does when arriving at the house to confirm the death, is grab the remaining morphine and pour it down the sink. Then they check on the patient and call authorities.

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        • See, now that’s the thing. ‘Day of the Pillow’ is aimed at those in your generation who alienated (or aborted) their kids so they’ll have no family to care for them, tanked the economy by outsourcing everything to buy cheap crap so we can’t afford nice nursing homes, and supported massive immigration so those nursing homes will be staffed with 3rd worlders who hate old White people.

          If you’re not guilty of any of that, then the pillow won’t come for you.

          But if you’re not guilty of that, why defend the people who are?

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    • You’re too much of a pussy to ever kill anyone. That’s why the “pillow” talk scares you. You now you’d have to actually do something.

      Oh, BTW, did you get your shot yet? I heard IHOP is giving an extra 10% discount.

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  23. I can’t wait til all you vaxxed boomers die alone with spit drizzling down your check. Enjoy prion disease! I know your children will be grateful

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  24. Boomers strip mined our economy for their own greedy use.

    Pensions for them but not for us
    Jobs for them but outsourcing for us
    I can go on but we all get the point.

    Boomers are the most selfish g-g-g-generation

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    • How original! Not to mention, abysmally ignorant. The most self centered generation of my life is the millenials. You’re just butt hurt because you couldn’t get others out of the way of the wide open faucet. Unlike you morons, I avoided the wide open faucet and the left ran off with the country’s resources. If had paid attention, you’d have been able to observe that fact yourself. You’re simply too butt hurt to notice anything other than yourselves.

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  25. There is a stalwart group who has been defending Boomers by way of absolutely ridiculing Vox Day for some time on Reddit. r/gammasecretkings. I will link your column over there and I heartily invite you to come visit and give us your perspective on Mr. Ted Beale.

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  26. As a Gen Xer (who was not latched key – my parents had 8 kids, and Mom did not even go back to work to the youngest was in elementary school, and she had 4 other sisters to look after hher after school) who parents where from the “Greatest Generation” – that’s right, my father who passed away only a few years ago, fought in World War II, and both parents lived through the Great Depression, I patiently await the Day of the Pillow. I also believe my parents would have no issues with it, either.

    Boomers would not have the reputation they have if they were truly not awful. . They let some many things either happen or fall apart that there are literally too many to name. A parasitic generation of kids birthed who did not have to fight or die for anything, who had it all, and are hell bent on keeping it all (name the first time a Boomer, any Boomer, talked about reducing Social Security or Medicaid/Medicare benefits). Add into the fact it is clear by this point the whole shut down, an entire country and it’s economy, over the fake disease was again, about Boomers, Of the .04 % that (allegedly) died from it, the majority were people over 70, which also by the way as a generation by fall the most unhealthy of all the generations living right now – evidence of the vast numbers of them that have more than two co-morbidities, and have been dealing with then for years, not due to old age. Gen-X, Millennials, Gen Z, all lost jobs, homes, businesses due to the fake flu shut down – maybe now you can understand a bit why you are so hated?

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    • Like most children, you see things only in the terms you wish to see them. Your ignorance is palpable. Your hatred is irrational and the things you think should have been opposed were opposed. The problem you have is that you see history as onoly that part during your lifetime. Such myopia leads to stupidity such as you posted.

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  27. I went back to read the comments. They are hilarious in their hypocrisy. Mr. Beale has become more and more narcissistic as time has gone on. His commentariat is not help. Many of them have little self awareness (and accuse people here of that), and are quite sycophantic.

    Mommy and daddy issues are pandemic over there.

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    • “Mommy and daddy issues are pandemic over there.”

      Good one. Boomer mommy and daddy, then laughing at their progeny’s fate. Then wonders why younger generations don’t respect them, being superior and all.

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      • You children make broad statements about things you are utterly ignorant of. My progeny are doing well, unlike you whiners.

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  28. Boomers = suck money from children and grandchildren for 1st world lifestyle. Prognosis = children and grandchildren are the problem, how can they pay for my pension on minimum wage and can’t buy 1 million dollar house. For Boomer that = losers. Suggestion = invest in pillows.

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  29. tinyurl.com/swissvox

    Kiwifarms: where it is discovered that, in TedHead, Italy and Switzerland are, like, totally the same thing!

    Just like how “we have our own servers for Unauthorized” really means “we bought a Vimeo premium account and everything’s hosted there”.

    You just cannot trust a single goddamn thing Vox ever says about anything.

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  30. I do think boomers as a whole were pretty selfish and destructive – this whole post doesn’t even try to defend boomers, only to attack the critics of boomers (kind of admitting guilt). Each person is an individual though so if you’re a boomer that doesn’t mean you’re necessarily a bad person – but if you did wrong, it would be good to admit it, apologize, and try to make up for it as much as you can.

    Particularly because this continues to not happen is what causes even more conflict between generations and the boomers. I’ve also noticed that boomers’ parents did a lot of damage too, so maybe they’re worse than boomers (who knows). For those coming after boomers, to truly live up to being “better”, it will take a lot of work, so boomers can offer that challenge – “fine, if you don’t like what we did (we don’t), then do a better job”. Challenge accepted.

    The younger generations should forgive the boomers, but then will also probably forget them – unless there is a sincere apology and attempt to work together.

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  31. Hello- I saw the link from Vox Popoli- you can post this if you want- it is not a attack or troll- but simply Truth. I was born in 65- friends born in 64 and 66- I saw the destruction of the culture as a boy in mid to late 1970s. Pornography and fornication/hook ups even in Christian school were common. Vox has an excellent post about abortion rate peaking in 1982- I saw first hand “good Christian girls” have abortions and engage in any behavior they wanted. The early Boomers, those born before 1955 could have done much more to STOP abortion and immigration, but they did nothing. What we see today, celebration of Juneteenth, affirmative action, anti white, anti Christian CRT- is a direct result of the Boomers. The Gen X, Millennial and Gen Z are going to correct theses discivilization dynamics or the nation will collapse by 2035. The post here and other boomer blogs demonstrate: No refuting of these facts and Boomers gonna Boom- Boom Boom Boom.

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    • You may not be trying to teoll, but you’ve said nothing different than the rest of the whiners that have come over from beale’s blog, and it shows the same poor connection to reality. The major problem is allowing your emotions to run riot, instead of thinking critically.

      The generations you list will not accomplish anything that my generation was unable to accomplish in that sphere. You have made no attempt to understand where the battle actually lies, and have no interest in understanding when the convenient lies you have embraced answer your questions so nicely. In that regard, you, and Beale’s followers, are no better than the radical left.

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