Strange lot, huh? Maybe the problem is they do not learn how to contain themselves in this cybersociety? Most teenagers feel intrinsically disturbed during the period of adjustment to hormones and the transition from being a child to an adult.... but find ways of containing and safely expressing.... but the internet encourages ex<x>pression without responsibility. On balance of probability, the internet does more harm to society than good. mx:))
Not just on EP. They way some of these kid speak to their parents, well I guess the way the kids are allowed to speak to them, the lvl of disrespect they have for authority or of others property...
People in general are more hateful on social sites. They can hide behind their computers and spit out the nastiest of remarks that I know they wouldn't say to someone's face.
The world is definitely doomed if we let the people you are talking about define our age group. Not all of us have a bad attitude. :)
Yeah I wondered that a long time ago
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Every generation of new people is questioned by older ones. The world they are coming into is very different, just as it has been for past groups. Attitudes reflect all the various attitudes typical of the age group of any generation, but in a different setting.
No. I'm just sick of people bashing others ba<x>sed on things like gender, race or age.
Honestly I came across good and bad people of all ages online & offline, so I don't like to generalize. It's just natural for younger people to be less mature though, and I think older people should understand that. It's about time.
I can't speak for everyone, but personally I've changed a lot over the past 5 years, and I'm only 23.
13-15 especially<br />
I try not to think about it. it gives me a headache. haha
It's easy to enough to see where it came from though when you look at the attitudes of some of the 25+ age groups
I don't think my attitude is too bad :D