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Teenage Girl 22/06/30(Thu)08:35 No. 24882 ID: 7543b7

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Raw Time was a popular nineties public access show in Austin, Texas aimed at a Gen-X audience. Many people still circulate footage, and reminisce about how cool it was. But what will millennials be able to look back on? Will millennials have anything worth preserving and circulating?

Teenage Girl 22/06/30(Thu)08:37 No. 24883 ID: 7543b7

Other than James Rolfe, I can't think of anyone else whose work people will bother to preserve. Who else really is there?

Teenage Girl 22/07/05(Tue)02:52 No. 24927 ID: 838b0b

Conan O'Brien
Kurt Loader
Matt Pinfield

I never heard of Raw Time until recently

Teenage Girl 22/07/05(Tue)05:08 No. 24931 ID: 8cabfa


Those aren't millennial creators or producers, are they? I'm talking about what millennials have that anyone will care about like Gen-X has Raw Time and the three you mentioned.

Teenage Girl 22/07/05(Tue)21:36 No. 24943 ID: 838b0b

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Millennials don't have anything then. They all sold their souls to the jews which means they represent a small portion of us.

Teenage Girl 22/07/06(Wed)03:12 No. 24946 ID: 21d92f


The only thing millennials have going for them is that they'll boost the suicide rates, especially in Anglophone countries. And good riddance, too. Can't stand them one bit. Used to think boomers were pretty bad, but man, millennials are like from another galaxy of bad.

Teenage Girl 22/07/06(Wed)15:11 No. 24953 ID: b8d932

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>Will millennials have anything worth preserving and circulating?
The TV series Community.

Teenage Girl 22/07/07(Thu)04:48 No. 24957 ID: 8075ae

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Teenage Girl 22/07/07(Thu)10:41 No. 24960 ID: 4cef8d


You mean a series produced by boomers?

Teenage Girl 22/07/07(Thu)15:15 No. 24964 ID: 5285a8

I wouldn't exactly call Dan Harmon a "boomer".

Teenage Girl 22/07/08(Fri)00:46 No. 24968 ID: 9fe805


He was born in '73. That means he's Gen-X (1965 – 1980).

Teenage Girl 22/07/10(Sun)06:27 No. 25009 ID: 521c39

Imagine being the generation that gave us Brokencyde, Blood on the Dance Floor, and the like and thinking you have ANY leverage over Gen Z, boomers, whoever. Oh, and don't forget shit like post-grunge and nu-metal. But mumble rap, that's the problem. Not the millennialoid endorsed gentrification of hip hop, no, no. See what I mean? Millennials have nothing of their own. I see tons of Gen-X folks who still watch shows like Daria, My So Called Life, The Simpsons, King of the Hill, Beavis and Butthead, Trailer Park Boys, Married with Children, Dinosaurs....what are millennials putting out there that'll be as memorable? Jack. Shit. I'm still waiting for at least one person to tell me even so much as five millennial contributions to society, culturally, that will stand the test of time.

Teenage Girl 22/07/10(Sun)14:47 No. 25011 ID: c4fa9e

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>millennial contributions to society, culturally, that will stand the test of time.

The films of Robert Eggers. The Witch, The Lighthouse and The Northman are all great works of art. As well are the films of the two Safdie brothers, who made Good Time and Uncut Gems. These three men were born in the early 80s, which makes them millennials, however important that is.

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