What Zoomer think about 9/11 : CAREER

Did you hear the term Zoomer? This is called Generation Z. I remember that I refused to use the term Millennial because I thought it was absurdly self-glorifying. But now I see that's the nickname perfectly attuned to millennial thinking,

When I heard for the first time that my son called himself Zoomer, I said, "What? Zoomer? What's this?"

"Boomer. Got it?"

"But you hate Boomer. You want to have disenfranchised her. "

Note: This is not an exaggeration. Everywhere on the Internet people are talking about how, if you die soon, you do not vote to protect the future, so you can not vote. Many young people think that late voting is a big cause for the US ignoring the climate for so long. I do not link here. I am the connection. Our evening conversation at the table is the link.

However, Zoomer is an indication of the fact that the baby boomers were so responsible and that Generation Z had to clean up after them. If you're not sure how serious the Zoomer are doing, then remember that they do not even need a fresh, shiny new name. They see themselves in the context of history and their obligation to pave the way of our nation. Really.

When my sons collected food for their bottomless teenage breakfast this morning, my older son said, "Mom, today is September 11. I just want to remind you, are you alright?"

I do not tell him, I do not have to be reminded. I wrote about September 11th every year on September 11 for 19 years, Instead, I say, "I'm fine, thanks for asking, what does 9/11 mean to you?"

"I think I'm thinking of George Bush calling out countries that have nothing to do with 9/11 and bombing them. Is this for your blog? They should just tell everyone that if they thought September 11 was bad, they would have to wait until the polar ice caps disappeared. "

My younger son showed it to me the roast of Justin Bieber on Comedy Central, You have to pay for this link, which I seem to have done, but it was worth it. The whole thing is great, but I was impressed Pete DavidsonPower. He is a comedian whose father is a fireman who died on September 11th.

Pete made 9/11 jokes and the other comedians joked that Pete's father died (yes, really) and I promise you, it's funny. It was shocking for me but not for my kids. Which is, I think, why I can do Holocaust jokes But my 40-year-old relatives never made a Holocaust joke.

I thought I would be sad if 9/11 did not matter to the next generation. But actually, I'm glad that this generation is so politically aware that it can put 9/11 into perspective. And I'm happy for Pete Davidson. His father would be so happy to know what an insightful, respected and funny young man he has become.

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