Cancel Culture for Seniors

I’m sure Millennials and Gen Xers, Xennials, and Gen Zers are sick and tired of hearing us brag about the music of the 1960s, the glorified mass mud bath known as “Woodstock” and our paisley fashions.

They confrontation back by digging up old photos of us wearing Nehru shirts and polyupter leisure suits.

There is even a current slang term “Ok Boomer” used as a reply when the people I was with and I start reminding them about how appealing our era was… What concerns myself and others most about the younger generations is their “cancel culture”. As I understand, it originated about 3 years ago and is described as the “popular practice of withdrawing support by canceling public figures and companies after they have done or said something considered objectionable or offensive.” That sounds to myself and others prefer an expanded version of “shunning” in Amish communities or the old Catholic practice of excommunication. So, cancel culture is nothing new. I only wish that there was a “cancel culture” that worked with my Heating & Air Conditioning unit… My last energy bill was objectionable and offensive to me, although I could not cancel it for obvious reasons. I tried to use noise-canceling headphones to block out the noises coming from my 15-year-old Heating & Air Conditioning system. I used odor-canceling air fresheners in the hopes of stopping the combined odors of our cat, our teenage son’s room, and whatever was coming from our Heating & Air Conditioning vents. When my wifey l received that I had canceled a recent Heating & Air Conditioning cleaning and service appointment and used the currency to buy a interests streaming package, she was ready to cancel our 25-year-old marriage. I do pity the Gen Alphas born after 2012 because the people I was with and I Boomers will be older and crankier when the people I was with and I start telling them about the appealing 1960s.

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