10 Reasons “America’s Greatest Generation” Deserves No Respect

Originally posted on THE SCARECROW:

1. In their greed, they sacrificed their kids’ futures so they could have it all.

2. They gave their kids everything and taught them nothing about how to manage it properly.

3. Non-verbally, they taught their kids that they could be anything they wanted, while robbing them at the same time.

4. If Global Warming is real, they can take responsibility for that one, too.

5. They raised the leaders of today. Thanks a lot.

6. They taught their kids little more than how to destroy themselves, and have a good time doing it.

7. Look at all the people in rehab now.

8. They bought their kids fancy cars with no strings attached and thought nothing would go wrong.

9. Monsanto, GMOs, wars, corporatism, fascism, dependence.

10. Ignorance is bliss when ’tis folly to be wise.

BONUS: They provided convenient distractions for their kids (TV, internet) and allowed the…

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Flickr goes head to head …

Flickr goes head to head with Instagram in total redesign of apps for iOS and Android
Casey Newton | The Verge | The Verge – Thu Apr 17 13:00:00 UTC 2014
Since Marissa Mayer took over at Yahoo, she has made a steadypush to rebuild the photo-sharing community at Flickr by overhauling its products. Today Flickr is getting its most dramatic makeover to date, with a total redesign of the apps for iOS and Android that make it a more direct competitor to Instagram and other photo-sharing services.

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