getting increasingly mad at the scientific rigour used to determine if old people smell

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absolutely fucking slamming the godwin button to make my point

"OK Boomer now appears on phone cases, stickers, pins, and sweatshirts and on a range of products that say, “OK boomer, have a terrible day.” “‘If they do take it personally’,” according to one 17-year-old quoted in the piece, “‘it just further proves that they take everything we do as offensive.’” And yet one wonders if the public would be quite so amused by a logo that said: “OK Jews, have a terrible day.”"

@belljar it's so intentionally divisive.
Victims of the disrupter era and they don't know it

@belljar come on, that's a fair comparison, remember that time a nation tried to systematically wipe out the boomers

although this makes the time machine / baby hitler hypothetical potentially more interesting

@Kat, the dog one @http status code 418

If you go back in time and kill baby adolf I think you also indirectly prevent the post-war baby boom from happening. So it's all related.
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