Millennial Entitlement Rooted in Nickelodeon Show, "As Told By Ginger"

Millennials are a different breed that have infiltrated our everyday lives. Now that they are establishing themselves in the world, older generations are having to reevaluate their own sense of self and come up with jargon about why the Millennial generation is ruining the world. Yes indeed, Millennials desire for authenticity and social justice is downright abysmal. Though it is unclear as to the root cause of Millennial entitlement, some point fingers at the entertainment they were raised on which featured figures their own age fighting against respectable authority. This very situation is presented in an episode of the early 2000's animated show, "As Told By Ginger."

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Top 6 Unique Christmas Songs

Most Christmas music on the radio is rehashed remakes of classic songs that do nothing new or remotely interesting. Well I am here to tell you that good Christmas music exists, and there is a thing known as a unique Christmas remake! Here are my top 6 favorites. Why 6? Because there are 6 days until Christmas!

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"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" REVISIT

Back in 2011 I read “the Perks of Being a Wallflower” for the first time and it was everything I loved about coming of age novels, and an instant favorite. Now it is 2018 and I reread the book and watched the film adaptation again. These are my thoughts after revisiting one of my favorite books!

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What You Should Read, Instead of "Lost in a Book"

On the podcast I co-host with my good friend, Brittany, we spent the first Season discussing Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly. While the book was abysmal, the ideas it presented have been used in several other works of fiction. Lost in a Book doesn't do much justice to any of these ideas. This video features my recommendations of books that DO utilize these things with a lot of creativity and beautiful prose.

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