March 10th – Millennials, Generation Z are Not Handling Adulthood Very Well


The boys hit stories about how Millennials and Generation Z are not able to handle normal everyday functions without a nervous breakdown.

According to the Pew Research Center, millennials were born between the years 1981 and 1996. According to Forbes, the generation after Millennials, Generation Z, which they defined as people born from the mid 1990s to the early 2000s.
 

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Tucker Carlson Talks about Problem Men are Having in America


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March 3rd – Has Facebook “Jumped The Shark”


The term “Jump the shark” refers to something that has taken a downward turn in popularity. Has Facebook new algorithms started their doom of losing members? Plus Rick Schutte joins us for “ask An Attorney.”

 

Here’s Attorney Schutte website: Frederick Schutte’s website

 
Facebook Keeps Secret Files on Internet Users Habits – Here’s How to Find Yours – Link
 

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February 24th – The Winter Olympics Are Over


The guys once again talk about issue that most likely you haven’t heard about. They also talk about why the winter Olympics was boring and why most Americans really didn’t watch them.

 

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February 17th – Yeah, We’re In Trouble Again


The guys share their ideas for school security which makes sense and many other stories.

 

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February 10th – Does Anything Really Shock You Anymore


Jim and Terry hit different stories that are so far out there, that can’t be real. But they are.

 

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