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This Speech Is The Reason My Time Machine Is Permanently Set To 1959

In 1959, British philosopher/mathematician/genius/aristocrat Bertrand Russell was asked to leave a video for the future. He proceeds to drop two facts that should be carved on every wall in the entire world. The only thing sexier than this guy's stiff upper lip and accent is his stance on love and tolerance. Move over David Beckham, America has a new crush. What's that? He's dead?!? But he sounded so poignant. What a bummer.

This Speech Is The Reason My Time Machine Is Permanently Set To 1959
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The stereotype about Millenials (1981 to 1995) is that they are addicted to their smartphones. And, well, it's kind of true, right? The generation that can hardly remember what the world was like without the Internet spends a lot of time staring at their phones.

On the other hand, the stereotype about Baby Boomers (1946 to 1964) is that they are Luddites who are often stymied by technology and had a really hard time making Zoom calls when COVID-19 hit.

However, this stereotype is not so true. The truth is, they're a lot more alike than anyone thought. Is that such a bad thing?

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