During the last few months of 2016, I became aware of a societal group that is now referred to as “millennials,” children of the 21st century, who appear to me very badly educated. To remedy this problem I wrote a book, “Practical Economics for Millennials,” sort of an introduction to economics, a subject of which they seem to be vacuous.
It was a huge mistake, as I was not aware of the true nature of the problem. Many millennials don’t want to learn anything, or work, all they want is to mooch on the rest of society.
I have a very nice neighbor who has a daughter about 20 or so. She moved in with her boyfriend, supposedly a cook, four months ago. This girl just had another male friend visit for two weeks, then he left. My neighbor cuts the grass, cleans the pool, works on the cars; in fact as far as I can tell he does just about everything. I asked him this morning when he was gardening, where are the kids, why don’t they help? He laughed and said they’re watching TV. Useless, I would throw them out!
Today I went to Lowe’s to pay my monthly bill; it’s next to my gym so it’s cheaper than a 50 cent stamp. There were two millennials at the counter. I handed in my check and their tab of the bill. The first one said “I can’t accept this because it’s not made out correctly!” “Say sweetheart I’ve been making out checks for over 60 years this way, what seems to be the problem?” “It does not say dollars after the 50,” she said. “OK sweetheart it’s a check, what do you think it’s for, 50 tomatoes?” She consulted the other millennial and after a debate they decided they had to have authorization from the manager to accept my check. I simply left and told them to confirm payment via electronic means — they did not understand.
On the way home I stopped to get gas. I know the manager, he was explaining to another millennial how to address and mail a store payment to one of his suppliers. He did not know how to address the envelope and then queried “Why do you want me to put our address in the left corner?” “So that if it gets mis-delivered it will come back to us,” the manager said. “Wow they do that?” was the response.
At this point I have figured out why most millennials seem to be unemployed and living with their parents — they are not employable!
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