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As things are changing, with my business and the ongoing consolidation, the present website you are reading is technically clickford.net. Starting today, I had purchased an additional host for a number of reasons, to reflect the clickfo.me domain; second so I wasn’t against bills nearing the holidays. Third is a new domain and hosting schema. The present host at clickford.net (the site your are reading) will cease aproximately November 15th (when the present hosting lapses), at this point clickfo.me for business opportunities will be the official domain plus providing podcast hosting services for our customers.
Data migration is going to be a key to ensure all migrations are completed. As a result, this will be a challenge, but we have been faced with so much in the last 3 years.
What does this mean for you? Expect to see outages when accessing any of the sites. You may have dead links, images and other media may not migrate properly. But for the next 15 to 30 days, it will be very busy remotely managing the sites as we migrate into a “host” that’s just another account, on another data center. Simple as that!
I originally posted this a year ago, as I was approaching my 34th. My 3 1/2 decades is quickly approaching. I mocked this “Happy Birthday to Yourself” from an “autism parent” from the mid 2010s who posted a still photo of their autistic daughter alone on a birthday. If an autism parent can do it, why can I since I have the condition?
We are now providing stock video services from footage around Central New England as the pandemic has a major kink to our business model. Please stay tuned for more information as our business plan has been fluid for the last 3 years.
Katie Asks how long one becomes a bf/gf, NEVER date a Conservative chick, and the subject on choker necklaces gets re-discussed.
A frequent caller had dropped the name Liz Plank into Steven’s brain on the November 30th episode. Steven had only little knowledge of that individual to much of his chagrin was pretty shocking to his views of himself. Steven missed her “progressive” views in midst of this cut down edit. Cuts used was an appearance on The Rising in 2019, a TEDx appearance, as well as a piece for Bloomberg digital platform. Also the Media Composer was a diva so there is more jump cuts in this clip.
Knowing a lot of people even though I am quirky… years later I am now confessing how I misread Generation X. My executive summary of said generation was for many years…
The stereotypical “latchkey generation” the generation of toughness, resiliency, throw the toys literally upon turning 18, but get rebellious in their 20s, return to adulthood by the 30s. Massive consumption of MTV when it aired music. They related to their real-personas when The Real World aired on the same said network. They created the first wave of the dot-coms and the related technologies.
Now I stand corrected and now my executive summary is this:
These people, roughly 50 to 60 million Americans live in the past, 1980s and their Silent Generation parents from the 1950s. They believed in the spirit of civil rights, but assumed we lived in a post divided culture. Despite said generation being the creators of the first wave of the Web and related technologies, they are in the minority, many GenXers are scared of technology, they are scared of science, history and other skillsets because many didn’t go or finish college. As they age, they brag about their pride of simplicity, admiring it as if it’s the present. They are “raw” in personality and language over being “real”. They insult Millennials of acting immature, but Gen X are the most commonly aged people known as having “Karen moments” that makes for good YouTube porn. They have entitlements their kids are going to be happy and healthy, and when they don’t, they blame Big Pharma and refuse to accept neurological differences of their autistic children. They refuse to admit they are overprotecting their offsprings to such an obscene level. Gen Z is blamed for everything second to Millennials, but whose the real grown up?
Lastly I would end with
People of Generation X age appeared to be the average groups of people creating criminal acts on the 6th day after the New Year at The Capital basically canceling out maturity, emotional intelligence and extreme, but malignant narcissism – an extreme that can’t be defined in the Boomers and Millennials combined.
This is going to be long 40 to 50 years as the loudest minority continue to make ruckus to civic engagement. You want to rather live under a rock instead.
Gen Z (the folks born after 1995) are totally connected than any other generation before, even if they are not technically ept in terms of the components of computing, networking etc.
This is also the same generation that has a higher suicide rate than previous generations, and despite their parents (the infamous GenXers whose pride was adulting at an earlier age); GenZers are not driving or getting a car right at 16.
GenZers are also exposed to the same GenXers, the same parents who are the Karen-types; and this generation are extremely overprotective. These people are anti-progressives, they are anti maskers, anti vaxxers, anti science, and anti anything after 1989.
Josh asks how young Steven would go for ladies; Mr. X asks if Steven knows if he’s turning on ladies; Harry asks about other YouTubers and Alicia talks about being h0rny during her period, how she feels sexy. Originally aired on November 6th, at 10:30 pm EDT