Millennials killed Toys R Us
Another innocent corporation is dead at the hands of the Millennial generation. When will we stand up as a country and put an end to this? It’s insanity. Murder without motive suggests pathological behavior, something akin to a collective antisocial personality disorder. In this case, it’s a defect I’ve termed “Millennialism”, and is the direct result of the Millennialization process their generation went through. For more on that issue, catch up on my other Millennial writings.
Toys R’ Us was a part of the American childhood experience, and has closed its doors for good because there aren’t enough babies being born. Millennials complain about the boomers taking everything without leaving anything behind for them. Would someone explain to me how this isn’t the exact same thing? Millennials were privy to the enjoyment Toys R’ Us provided, but were too selfish to pay back into the system by reproducing. Come on Millennials!
I advocate for quarantine, but at this point will settle for awareness. Millennials are an unidentified domestic threat, and a “demographic time bomb”. The sooner we see it the better. We can’t make Male-innials interested in women, so we have to look at other alternatives for growing the population. If Millennials are left running free to wreak havoc at every discernible level of society, we at least have to counter them to the best of our ability. If not, casualties like Toys R’ Us might become the norm.
Let’s band together and fight for what’s left. No more incidents like this. Let’s say no to Millennial foul play, the needless destruction of countless industries and corporations, and let’s say no to tiny homes and legal marijuana. Let’s say no to Millennial!