The current answers, while all essentially correct, fail to address the core . On the other hand, the core problem is rarely addressed, so this is not unusual. To clarify what the word “millennial” means, it refers to people born between approximately the late 1970s and sometime in the middle 1990s. No, it does not mean “everybody younger than me that I don’t like”, which apparently is the normal usage these days. Before anybody starts with how millennials are all self-entitled, whiny crybabies, still living at home, waiting for the world to give them a living, let me remind you that the oldest of those birth dates apply to Americans who are approaching 40 years of age, which includes probably 90% of all active-duty US military personnel, and probably 75% of all Law Enforcement Officers who aren’t driving a desk at headquarters. Insult them at your peril.
When I was young, I would pig out on sugar whenever I was at a birthday party or anywhere else my parents weren’t in control of . Then I hit college. I kept going on the whole, “Yay, sugar!” thing for a while, but I soon realized that I didn’t like how it made me feel. Emotionally, I felt out of control and obnoxious. People either laughed at my crazy sugar-high antics or just avoided me because it freaked them out. I didn’t like the way it made my body feel, either. My belly would hurt, and I would feel disconnected from reality.
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At that point, I am watching the tops of the trees as I fly by and I became very calm. Something told me that I was dead. Like the hand of came out of the sky to save me, my car safely dropped to the ground. I’m not injured and the car has only minor damage. Unbelievably, I was still able to drive the car between the trees to the call. Every officer who arrived was trying to figure out what had happened to my vehicle. I still have the video and watch it occasionally. It’s amazing that everything worked out as well as it did.
As is well known, the Blackfoot Nation in Montana is currently holding a cross border at the Carway, Alberta border crossing. The fact flocks of Southern Albertans are driving down and sleeping overnight in their vehicles to get vaccinated with unused American vaccines—single dose apparently—suggests various things. Accentuating the positive, it signals a fervent desire for restoring normalcy in North American life. It also likely reflects how America hoarded vaccines, yet possibly discloses something more ominous as well: that American vaccination rates are plateauing.