Ahh man give ole Gill a break.
No one cares. Every generation kills one industry and creates another.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, “Millenials are killing the payphone industry!”
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, thank you. I always hated those clickbait articles that say Millennials are Killing X Industry
@The Landshark , Because millennials actually are? Because times change, and every generation kills an industry or 2, but then also creates more? God damned millennials, I tell ya
@satan of the north, yeah! The millennials are killing the, uhh,
*spins a giant wheel, it says to roll dice, dice roll fifteen, so draw tarot cards while consulting ancient Mayan texts, those reveal to choose dying industries for 1000 on jeopardy. ‘Daily double’. Bet everything on it. ‘This field, which had prominent powerhouses like Da Vinci, Van Gogh, and Picasso, has fallen to the wayside’*
What is the traditional Art industry?
Maybe millennials aren’t the problem. Maybe the problem is the door bell companies dont make doorbells that send a text message saying here when its pushed.
Basic economics. If a business cant keep up with the changing world. It dies.
2050’s: teens kill text by hollograming “I’m here”
You still need a doorbell for the Grubhub guy...
@A Blunt Object, false I have no doorbell and instead my severe anxiety makes me watch out the window for fear of someone knocking on my door
Im sure thats most people with a phone in general.
I had someone get mad at me for texting "I'm here." I immediately decided we are no longer friends.
I mUsT Be iN THe wRoNG GenEraTIoN
Seriously though, the only time the idea of using my phone came up was when the cars there but they don’t answer the door, too inconvenient to get out my phone
Make the doorbells play Megalovania and you're good
We live in such convenient times. I asked my phone to give me food and 20 min later a person dropped it off. Our entire exchange was,
“This for you?”
And then he gave me the food! 🤟