Breaking Modern Cartoon: Are you disloyal — or just smart? Depends on who’s asking.

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Disloyal

2 thoughts on “Breaking Modern Cartoon: Are you disloyal — or just smart? Depends on who’s asking.

  1. I’d suggest, as I have here before, that the “generational analysis” is simply another, of many, techniques used by the controlling class to keep the 99.99% divided against themselves to prevent their dreaded unification to visit upon the 0.01% what they “richly” deserve.

    Corporations whining about the “disloyalty” of any worker, or group thereof, is a candidate for projection/hypocrisy of the year.

  2. Millennials? I’m a retired guy, but I remember changing jobs a lot when i was younger, sometimes more than once a year – mostly to try to get a better paying job or head closer to the professions I preferred. I don’t buy into the categorization of baby boomers, millennials, or whatever very much. I think that it’s a lazy characterization – as your economic status and life experience determine your outlook and attitudes more than anything. Yes – there are a lot of people who buy into the convenience of being a repugnican, demokrat or gun-toting wingnut, but your economic status and station in life has great influence on how you act. The desire to place people into various boxes to more easily sort them out can often be a bad mistake – whether for demographic purposes or for deciding their worth as people.

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