tx wrote:> "From the point of view of Generational Dynamics, China is arming
> and planning for a major war with the United States."
> Do you think it's better say " from the point of view of
> generational dynamics, United states and China are arming and
> planning for a major war with each other", Or if you want to add
> North Korea, South Korea or Japan etc?
tx wrote:> By keeping doing the way you are doing, I have a feeling that you
> will lose reader, eventually.
shoshin wrote:> John, you have been oddly silent on the Tucson shooting. Is it
> because it contradicts your view of the left-wing being more
> violent then the right wing? I admit it defies generational
> explanation (or perhaps left or right bias), especially since the
> guy is a certifiable kook.
Couldn't agree more.From a generational analysis standpoint, two things stand out; first, how nonchalantly, cynically and callously the media employed this macabre crime to their mean political ends
I'm not sure it has blown up in their faces. I think that there is still a large part of the population that relies on liberal MSM sources which aren't going to admit they made a mistake in the reporting. A lot of people aren't going to hear from the MSM, that they got it wrong. Don't expect them to apologize. Despite all the after the fact analysis, how many people still feel Bush unfairly stole the 2000 election? Media outlets aren't going to admit to blatant mistakes. They are really in the business of political indoctrination while making money, not reporting on news. That goes for FOX too. Again, I don't watch any of them, they disgust me. I'll read from a wide variety of sources - if I can tell they are doing poor reporting, I'll go on to a different story.and how it subsequently blew up in their faces)
It bugs me when we take one data point from a huge population and extrapolate it to the whole population. John's stereotypes of each generation make perfect sense when considering that there is a bell shaped distribution of personalities and tendencies in each generation. But each generation has nihilistic nutcases, bad managers, spoiled people, etc. there just happen to be a few more in some generations than others.And, it appears that the Millennial Generation has more than its fair share of nihilists.
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