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Fox Business Senior 'Get Off My Lawn' Correspondent Lists His Grievances With Millennials

Charlie Gasparino's got a lot of problems with you people. And now you're gonna hear about them!
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Fox Business recently held a panel discussion on the topic of Millennials and, like Goldman Sachs before it, decided that people born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s are a bunch of little sh*ts, particularly compared to the Baby Boom generation. Leading the charge was investigative journalist Charles Gasparino, who feels strongly that these young whippersnappers suck ("These kids are such f*ckin' morons"). Never one to make sweeping generalizations, Chaz backed up his claim with a gaggle of data points, such as:

  • They "don't eat at good restaurants"
  • They "eat a lot of Pinkberry and it makes [him] sick"
  • He's got more Twitter followers (this was aimed at a specific Millennial featured on the show, a woman Gasparino noted "couldn't wear my jockstrap")

Millennials not as hardworking as Boomers? [YouTube via Shane Ferro]


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