The way I see it this is kind of like the very early turning point for the transition from millenials to a new generation.
A generation that doesn't know what it's like growing up without internet, or smartphones, and a lot of other stuff that has radically changed the way communicating and socializing works in the current age.
On December 19, the Greek self-styled anarchist group Black and Greek Arsonists posted a statement on the anarchist-run blog Indymedia entitled “Green Nemesis Act 3.” The group claims they took some beloved food products off the shelves of supermarkets in the country’s capital, Athens, and its second largest city, Thessaloniki, and injected the products with hydrochloric acid.
The group plans to surreptitiously return the products to supermarket shelves from December 20 to 24—just in time for Christmas in this deeply religious, Orthodox Christian country.
However, I'm not going to say that religion is the answer to everything either; but, if I'm going to join a religion, I want to join one where I don't have to worry about my deity(ies) sending me into the inferno for not doing ALL that they say.
Heedless, it nonetheless vanished with a sudden whisper, leaving behind nothing but a rectangular outline of dust and a lingering smell of ozone and copper. You made the mistake of assuming that you knew more about yourself than about time travel.
There is nothing in the universe that can break the chain of that grant you immortality.
After all, the greatest gift is one that you give to yourself.
I'm kind of wondering if some of the millenial hate that's so prevalent now will ease up a bit, because millenials are gonna be old news soon enough.
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