Ep. 243: Why are millennials being blamed for killing countless industries? Could it be that change is inevitable & businesses need to adapt to survive? Or, perhaps we're just broke & these "industries" suck 💯 On this episode, we're breaking down the latest statistics to find out; while also chatting about the financial priorities of millennials, whether having too many options is a bad thing, the need for transparency regarding job placement & prescription drugs, why you're not a mall unless you have a 'Hot Dog on a Stick', the 5-for-2 trade-off, egotism & debt traps, the inconvenience of cereal, online gaming, victim mentality & @ 1:06:10 we wrap with a deep-dive discussion into the 18 industries millennials are "wreaking havoc on" according to @businessinsider #Breastaurants #BestIEverHad #GetOffMyLawn #Millennials #TangentsOnTangents
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Still waiting for her to fully wake up. She opened her eyes all the way when Elizabeth (her principal) visited this morning and the went back to sleep. She probably heard her talking and wanted to be sure she wasn’t at school. 😂
Nothing much to report. Going to try and give her some ensure clear by mouth so she doesn’t have to get fed via nose tube.
And we may get moved up to 4 South (the nuero wing) later today.
I want y’all to know that I’m reading ALL the comments and appreciate them. If I don’t respond, it’s just because I’m worn out and can barely remember what I’ve done two minutes before. 😂
I’m keeping a list of everyone’s generosity so I can give personal thanks when I’m clear headed. In the meantime, shout out to Elizabeth for knowing just what someone stuck in a hospital needs: coffee, tacos, gossip mags, Kleenex, and lip balm!
Jersey Shore star Jwoww has filed a restraining order against her estranged husband Roger Matthews. This comes after she filed for divorce months ago. According to Roger, Jwoww is getting a $70,000 bonus to talk about their divorce on the upcoming season of Jersey Shore Family Vacation. Filming begins today 👀
"My husband is the kind of man who wants to stand against injustice. He sees what happened to Kevin Hart as an injustice. In addition, he sees a cultural moment when people with honest views on topics continually get silenced or villainized. His statements were, I believe, his way of standing up for anyone who has an unpopular opinion that has cost them respect or opportunity. I agree that no one should be silenced, punished, or attacked for their personal beliefs even when in opposition of our own.
However, In rushing to stand against one kind of injustice, my husband stepped on another kind of injustice. In desiring to be bold in pointing out that there can be diversity of opinion, my husband insulted an opinion that differs from his own.Everyone on God's green Earth has the right to basic human dignity and equality, NO ONE should ever be made to feel less than an anyone, in any way. We are all equal and perfectly made by God. I understand how hurtful his tweet is to many and I am deeply sorry for any pain that his tweet has caused. Everyone deserves to be loved, and, I believe, that you have a Father in heaven who loves you.
This may not help at all. I understand that. But if I could offer some sense of context. Almost all of the gay men and women we know, love, and/or work with said that they “did not choose” their attraction. For many of them, they have told me that it has been a burden; that life would have been easier if they had been straight. I think that this idea is also what was underlying my husband’s tweet. He wouldn’t want a child to have to carry that burden. The man I know, the man behind the loud and confrontational tweet, would love his child even if he or she was attracted to the same sex. It is far more important to Jim and I, as parents, for our children to be honest, loving, respectful, honorable, trust worthy human beings above all, rather than any other quality to posses.
And, no, I am not divorcing my hard wired husband, no change comes in that. It is my job as a woman and a mother to balance his hardness with a bit of softness. I will instead take a more tolerant, patient, and loving approach. (Continue below)