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1 hour ago, ScarletKnight89 said:

I've always believed that many of the beat writers like the Jets being a dysfunctional circus because it makes their jobs more entertaining. Cimini fits into that category. 

That’s the type of stuff he used to write about during the Ryan days. 

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2 hours ago, Warfish said:

Life exists far beyond your opinion on a computer screen where you're untouchable.

You really don't understand what that means?

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5 minutes ago, Greenbloodblitz said:

You really don't understand what that means?

:-k

I was giving you the benefit of the doubt.  Pretty sure I know exactly what you were intimating.  

But if you feel a need to further explain it, have at it.  /shrug

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5 hours ago, T0mShane said:

Because I am a woke Gen Xer, I’d trade Jamal Adams in a millisecond and I wouldn’t give Anderson more than $10 mil per unless he puts on 15 pounds.

That and because you arent a GM?

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3 hours ago, The Crimson King said:

One exception to the suckiness of it all. Boomer music. Built on and improved jazz, blues and 50's rock and roll. X,Y and Z killed it off (OK, sorry for that, can't help myself)

We have a winning point

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16 minutes ago, Warfish said:

:-k

I was giving you the benefit of the doubt.  Pretty sure I know exactly what you were intimating.  

But if you feel a need to further explain it, have at it.  /shrug

 No need. And nobody asked for, nor cares for your benefit . So you can just carry on... snicker, snicker -Keep in touch with yourself Helmsley!

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the insult of boomer denotes an out of touch, judgemental, ignorant know-it-all....pretty much. and, unsurprisingly it describes plenty of boomers that i know

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Just looking for something to draw readers in.  It's easy to speculate on moves, but at the end of day you need to see what the overall market looks like before saying who stays and who goes.  Joe D gets to step up to the plate this off season and we will see if he is able to fill the holes.  So far he has done a good job at acquiring some depth guys.  Adams, Bell and Anderson all stay IMO unless Anderson get a ridiculous deal elsewhere.  

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10 minutes ago, Greenbloodblitz said:

 No need. And nobody asked for, nor cares for your benefit .

I'll be sure to keep that in mind going forward, chuckles.

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Warfish said:

I'll be sure to keep that in mind going forward, chuckles.

 

 

 

Come on buddy LMFAO we all get a taste of our own medicine once in awhile right?

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O agree with not paying Anderson .. I don't agree with not bringing Bell back.

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You should be careful when stereotyping because not everyone fits your perceptions. I know some folks "over 50" who happen to be VERY tech savvy, while I know others under 50 who can barely navigate their way around on a computer or even... dare I say it... a smartphone.
Bingo

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2020 and some ppl still trying to take a swing on the interwebz. I love this ******* place. Gase sucks. 

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7 hours ago, kevinc855 said:

Old tired way of thinking. Welcome to the new world 

It’s so millennial to grow fat on the teat of the old world while cursing the milk.

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8 hours ago, Anthony Jet said:

Why is boomer such an insult?

I think it's backlash to people using the word "millennial" as an insult.  

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Who would of thought that the fact that both kevin and Greenbloodblitz are completely nuts, with neither generation wanting to claim their respective participant in this one, would be the thing that finally bridged the generational divide?

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7 hours ago, kevinc855 said:

Old tired way of thinking. Welcome to the new world 

As a first wave Gen x'er that fought to protect our oil supply, I salute my millennial brother.....that fought to protect our oil supply. LOL

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7 hours ago, slats said:

The article has Anderson asking for $14M/year (too rich for my blood), and Jamal Adams "probably wanting to be the highest paid strong safety," (no source cited) at $15M/year. At those numbers, you have to start looking past both players. 

Cimini says Joe Douglas wanted a first and two seconds for Adams, and if someone wants to pony that up, that's hard to pass up. Fans want JD to fix this team thru the draft. Me too. Realistically, how many rookies can we really expect to make an impact in their first year? Cashman and Austin were nice finds from Mac last year, but that's not the norm. After the third round, you're drafting special teamers and developmental guys. Jets have a first, second and two thirds coming up. Big, big difference between that and two firsts, three seconds, and two thirds. I recognize that Jamal is a great player, but Rontez Miles could step right in and do most of what Adams does, and those three high picks could really help fix the OL, WRs, and pass rush. 

He also has the best case scenario in a Bell trade being a fourth round pick, and that would be with the Jets agreeing to eat a chunk of that contract. I'm sure JD will shop him, but he could easily decide that they're better off keeping him for the year. 

This thread already has a "Boomers vs Millennials" argument but now you want to add "#MeToo" into the mix?!

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I think there's so much wrong with the Boomers/Millennials argument from both sides.  Personally, I think we're all being screwed over and the wool has been pulled over our collective eyes, regardless of whether you're a Boomer/Millennial/Gen X/etc. 

Having groups of regular people pointing the finger at each other is part of the problem.  

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38 minutes ago, freestater said:

2020 and some ppl still trying to take a swing on the interwebz. I love this ******* place. Gase sucks

Thank you for getting the thread back on point!  :)

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2 hours ago, sirlancemehlot said:

 

Lol.  So, computers, cell phones, the internet, DNA mapping, Amazon.com, the artificial heart, Apple, Viagra, the USB port, the AED, civil rights legislation, women's equality in the workplace, Steven Spielberg (Jaws, E.T., Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Schindler's List, The Color Purple, and Saving Private Ryan), the sexual revolution, Prince and the Revolution, etc. etc. were "old, tired ways of thinking". They worked as roofers, landscapers, dishwashers and all the other jobs that are now "beneath" this generation.  They put their kids through college, creating the most highly educated generation in U.S. history...which became the foundation for an incredible explosion of advances in technology, medicine and energy.  But hey, you guys did do that fidget spinner thing, so that's cool, I guess.

One thing you left out is that there used to be a thing called a "fullback".

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6 hours ago, Green DNA said:

For clarity, please post an approved list of Jets boomer opinions next to a list of millennial opinions.  Just to make sure that everyone stays in their respective lane.

Thanks in advance.

Being called a "SOJF" is the JN equivalent of "Ok Boomer".

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This skit was once the equivalent of saying "Ok Boomer".  

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9 hours ago, Greenbloodblitz said:

In the new world we've had to dumb down education, and actually put pictures of lettuce tomatoes and cheese on the buttons at McDonald's. And they stopped teaching cursive in schools about 10 or 15 years ago so nobody can even sign their own name.

When I was a kid if you used a calculator in school it was considered cheating. This new generation relies on it!? Aside of video games, Netflix, Vaping, Trap music and breakfast tacos what has this generation contributed to anything at all!?

 Seriously... Anything?

Much of tech is done by below 50 year olds.  Facebook for example.  Uber  etc 

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2 hours ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

This thread already has a "Boomers vs Millennials" argument but now you want to add "#MeToo" into the mix?!

That hashtag originated in the JetNation Mod Lounge. #truestory 

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3 hours ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

One thing you left out is that there used to be a thing called a "fullback".

And his generation didn’t put folks thru college. Lol. That’s student loans crisis  

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6 hours ago, Jetsfan80 said:

Problem is once the tech goes and the world enters chaos, it also won't matter much if you know how to do those things UNLESS you have lots of guns and ammo and can adequately defend the resources you have.  Living off the land is great until some group of marauders comes and takes everything from you.  

Most people that think like that own guns too, I know people that have mini arsenals expecting the breakdown of society anyday now.

tbh, with 21T in fed debt, countless more in unfunded liabilities and non fed public debt + personal and college debt out the wazoo, something has to give at some point. I don't think they are entirely off base. I think like 8% of fed budget is paying interest on debt right now, that will only keep going up leaving less and less money for government services.

I've never so much as held a gun but I've been considering getting one and am certainly glad I don't live in a major city where something as small as a several day interrruption of supply chain could create massive civil unrest. If (when) a real left leaner looks like they are getting in WH I'll probably get licensed and pick up a few as I imagine that right will be stripped at some point.

Right now I'm more doing things like making sure I have continually access to water (getting a hand pump for well) and stocking up on some non perishables. Better safe than sorry imo. 

 

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11 hours ago, Darnold Schwarzenegger said:

To be honest I feel like the Jets already have Robby Anderson's replacement on the roster in Vyncint Smith. They are the same player. Both are 6'3, both ran a 4.36 40 and both went undrafted. 1 will cost you 600k the other wants 14 mill / a season. No brainier to me.

Apparently. 

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10 hours ago, DoubleDown said:

They most certainly were.  The Millennial generation started in 1980.  The oldest Millennials were in their early 20's when the Afghanistan and Iraq wars started.  Before you rant and rave about how soft we are, maybe you should get your facts straight.  We took the brunt of the casualties in these wars.

And the Boomers took the brunt of the casualties in the Vietnam War, the war in which casualties were like 10X the amount in Iraq/Afghanistan..combined.

I'm a Boomer that is still active in the US Navy and serve along with the Millennials to this day.  The military Millennials aren't soft, which is probably why they 'volunteered' for service.

Bringing military service into this discussion was pretty stupid to begin with, but both Boomers and Millennials have served in LONG ASS wars is all I'm trying to say lol.

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