You are pretty much right on all accounts. Younger people like him just don't quite know how things once were before social media or even the internet itself took off, because they were either too young to seriously remember, or they weren't even alive. Both of us remember how it once was, even though we were young ourselves back then.
Perhaps human nature in and of itself hasn't changed. The basic feeling of self-entitlement, the overwhelming force of emotions that would require a decent amount of intellect to curb, and so on. I don't deny that. However, how humans, particularly the younger generation, have manifested is markedly different to notice an immense generation gap.
Younger women treat men like shit now. They see them as potential rapists, they think that they owe them the world while believing that they don't have to give anything back to them, they don't take care of themselves, they are far more asocial and stand-offish; the list goes on. Ten years ago, college-age women were far more friendly to you, at least to your face. And this was during a time when rape was probably more frequent and taken with less seriousness. Now, they don't even pretend to be a certain way unless if they are behind a counter or have a pretext; a year and a half ago I was minding my own business in the commons of the local University, and some young harlot passed me by with an arrogant look and openly said "douche". That shit never happened before; women have become far more self-entitled, hostile and arrogant these days.
I'm not even a misogynist or a red pill. Sort of used to be, but I know that there are still exceptions to the rule and I'm not interested in any real relationship, in any case.
But, seriously. Younger people are just so different, and they can't quite grasp how things once were. I'm not even a nostalgia-fag, because I hated the 90s and the 00s. Those years had their own problems. I just despise how things are now even more, at least to some extent.
I worry about what Internet 3.0 is going to be like. And I worry about our future. Whether we become insanely &qu
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