Message from Freki G.-TX in Nice Respectable People Group #general
Good god. Spending a few minutes reading the responses to our Youtube deletion tweet. These are the people we're fighting for?
I'd say they've forfeited their right to call themselves white, so that answers that.
What's your opinion on revelatory/experienced paganism vs. study book recreation paganism? @Asatru Artist - MD
wait, there are book worm pagans? <:really:453005408064241674>
"don't just talk (read) about it, be about it"
that's big ghey
I've been a practicing Heathen for longer than some of the guys in IE have been alive. 😳
THAT IS SLANDER!
@JC yeah easy to get frustrated with that sometimes. Smarter people than me say "we're a vanguard, we can't expect everyone to accept our ideas"
I take that back then
I never push my religious views on anyone. That's even bigger ghey than book worm paganism.
Gen x unity. Member when mtv brainwashed us? That was cool...err... evil
The only thing I watched on MTV was Beavis and Butthead...and Headbangers Ball. 🤘🏻
The opening riff...Prong... Steady Decline?
I feel like there's this awkward gap between gen X-ers and millennials. There are many shared experiences, but the fact we grew up with Internet and social media kind of sets us apart in some ways.
It does. But if the interwebs ever fails we remember how to do stuff without it. Well, barely, but still.
But I know what you mean, I have often thought the same thing. Nonetheless I still make an effort to get some of the dynamics of the way millennials communicate and language and stuff, I think a lot of it is cool.
Eh, I've been on the internet since like early high school, and had a computer long before that.
So it's not like Gen X'ers are complete web retards.
At least not me.
I just started college when internet came
I'm glad I didn't grow up with the internet and smart phones and all that.
I had to go out irl and play with real kids.
And get real sunlight.
without my face buried in that stupid device 24/7
My nephew (13) just sits on the couch playing on his ipad all the time.
I played outside, rode bikes, skateboarded, etc.
My house didn't have a computer till I was 12, so most of my childhood was pretty normal. I had how often my little sister is online though. I'm glad she has sports to tether her to real friends
Cell phones changed alot about the world too. It's very different now. Before when your friend wasn't home you'd just have to drive around and hope you find them.
That was the fun part!
Just go knocking on friends doors until one could come out and play. 😃
Cell phone addiction in youths is a real and common thing. Got a cousin who would classify as a poster child for literal phone addiction, sad.