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Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 04:09 PM)
it makes me wanna scratch at my ears until they bleed

you can feel yourself getting dumber as you interpret the ebonics, can't you?

That's another funny thing about this video. Bhad Bhabie (the singer) is half Jewish and half Italian, and some people are saying...

"This is a conspiracy by Jews to promote pedophilia."

People just make any old thing up. It's insane. Jptdknpa
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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I remember being a teen quite well. At the time I thought most many other kids my age were morons. I also knew to distinguish between graphic conversations between close friends and putting up dumb sh*t online.

This music video isn't just "putting up dumb sh*t online." It's very well-made art. I guess there are no rap fans here, but "These Heaux" is kind of a more vulgar version of the following video. I like this genre, so I have a different view of it than most here.

video=youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYKI8tAELXY[/video]

I hold rap primarily responsible for the ghettoization of black Americans. Nothing else promotes the worst stereotypes and aspirations in them as a group to nearly the same extent.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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I never said anything about "society peaking" ... what happened was not "peaking" - it was "cognitive plummeting" as in downwards. Teens first came together during the 50s with "music" on shows like American Bandstand. It was innocent. During the 60s "drugs" entered the picture, along with the beginning of caused genetic damage. Signs of said "damage" began to appear in the 80s, got worse in the 90s, onward to today.
You obviously weren't there ... I was. I watched it happen. Decade after decade of mental deterioration.

That's an interesting theory, but it doesn't align with the facts:

A continual increase in intelligence quotient (IQ) scores over the past century seems to indicate that most Americans are smarter than their grandparents were. Is this really true? And if so, why?

The dramatic rise in IQ scores over the past century has been termed the Flynn effect, after psychologist James Flynn who discovered this trend in the 1980s. Flynn states that if a person living a century ago would have taken an IQ test and scored it against today's standards, he or she would have received an average score of 70. Meanwhile, if a person from the current generation were to take a test in accordance with prior generations' norms, he or she would score an IQ of 130.
http://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/487...entury.htm

Yes, SOME have survived - however, if you look at the TOTAL picture - the vast majority of young people are not in that category. Look at that video again ... that's where the majority of young people are.
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02-12-2018 04:32 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
14 year old girls that talked about, participated in sex, were referred to as sluts. Its still not normal for a gilrl that age to be so well informed. I am old enough to remember when children and teens had a childhood. It's not right that an important faze in life is being skipped....
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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That's an interesting theory, but it doesn't align with the facts:

A continual increase in intelligence quotient (IQ) scores over the past century seems to indicate that most Americans are smarter than their grandparents were. Is this really true? And if so, why?

The dramatic rise in IQ scores over the past century has been termed the Flynn effect, after psychologist James Flynn who discovered this trend in the 1980s. Flynn states that if a person living a century ago would have taken an IQ test and scored it against today's standards, he or she would have received an average score of 70. Meanwhile, if a person from the current generation were to take a test in accordance with prior generations' norms, he or she would score an IQ of 130.
http://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/487...entury.htm

Yes, SOME have survived - however, if you look at the TOTAL picture - the vast majority of young people are not in that category. Look at that video again ... that's where the majority of young people are.

A continual increase in intelligence quotient (IQ) scores over the past century seems to indicate that most Americans are smarter than their grandparents were.

What about that do you not understand? We're not talking about some. We're talking about most.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 04:30 PM)
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That's an interesting theory, but it doesn't align with the facts:

A continual increase in intelligence quotient (IQ) scores over the past century seems to indicate that most Americans are smarter than their grandparents were. Is this really true? And if so, why?

The dramatic rise in IQ scores over the past century has been termed the Flynn effect, after psychologist James Flynn who discovered this trend in the 1980s. Flynn states that if a person living a century ago would have taken an IQ test and scored it against today's standards, he or she would have received an average score of 70. Meanwhile, if a person from the current generation were to take a test in accordance with prior generations' norms, he or she would score an IQ of 130.
http://www.sciencetimes.com/articles/487...entury.htm

Yes, SOME have survived - however, if you look at the TOTAL picture - the vast majority of young people are not in that category. Look at that video again ... that's where the majority of young people are.

I'd guess that IQ scores are dropping again now that smart women go into careers while dumb ones have four to six kids and collect welfare.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 04:41 PM)
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Yes, SOME have survived - however, if you look at the TOTAL picture - the vast majority of young people are not in that category. Look at that video again ... that's where the majority of young people are.

A continual increase in intelligence quotient (IQ) scores over the past century seems to indicate that most Americans are smarter than their grandparents were.

What about that do you not understand? We're not talking about some. We're talking about most.

Go out on the street - ask them questions - you'll see just how "high" their IQ is.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
The horror of turning 15 and finding out you have to drive a car, when you have seen dozens of fatal wrecks and even had a victim stagger up and die on your front steps after hitting a tree in the yard. But yet, you have to take part in this activity.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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I'm shocked by the comments to the following music video. A lot of people are shocked by the song because it features a 14-year-old girl talking explicitly about sex. That doesn't shock me because I remember what it was like to be that age. Everyone that I knew was looking at hardcore porn by then. We used to trade it and talk about it at school.

That was over 20 years ago, and American society has degraded a lot since then.

What I don't understand is where the people who are criticizing the vulgarity and subject matter of this artist are coming from. Were they ever a teen? I find unbelievable that they can't relate to this based on their own experience.

I think they've intentionally "forgotten" what it was like to be a teen because they want to pretend that being wild as a teen isn't normal. That way they can preach to their young relatives about how they should behave better. Lying like that doesn't help anyone.




Forget? What's so f*cking good to remember? Thinking just because you have intellect and know more that you can just dive into life like a wrecking ball attitude? No thanks.

The experience of life has me looking back going..>WTF....if I knew this then...I wouldn't have partied as much or cared much for fickle friendships...that sh*t had too much value and for what? Cause I was bored and sick of being under rules of parents? That's it?

Life doesn't begin till you can pay your bills and make your decisions on your own. You don't know sh*t till you go through sh*t ...a lone.

Most I know remember, but we remember with a cringe on how f*cking dumb we were.

How friendship is put way too high on pedestal of value by teens...

Here's the truth...most if not all of your friendships WILL FADE! and show themselves to be ficklest selfish mutual using of each other...not a real friendship at all.

The girlfriends...waste of time..should have used them and f**ked them....useless sh*t. Relationships...useless as f*#k time wasting sh*t early in life. Most males aren't looking for marriage and kids ...just fun and sex. Lets be real about this...

What most of us did and shouldn't have....focused on laying down the ground work to stack money out of school. Education, trade skills, or just simply taking advantage of opportunities that come your way.
Should have been the focus.

You can be the dumb ass paying bills and wishing he could travel at 30...or you can be the dude with high disposable income ratio so you can do what you want. I barely did that with help.....I should have focused more on this so I needed nobody to help me when I stumbled.

so yeah...you can look at teen years in rose colored glasses...those who see things with reality know better.
Teen years...a waste with how we are socially. More focused on what is cool and popular vs what is better for you. I even fell into that till Jr. year and made college a bit easier after I opened my damn eyes.

This Vid:
Is an extreme version of whats wrong in Teen Social World. it's always been a problem as far back as the 70s before I was born. It was talked about. The degenerate behavior is cool, being smart about yourself is not. Seems the same today...just more obvious.

At 14 I remember I was in the Gym with my bro at the Airforce base getting built. I was busy lifting, going to school, and prepping to get my work permit. At 15 I worked part time after school, cause I wanted a car and my own money. I eventually bought a car at 16..(motorcycle was first).
Maybe 15% of my class wanted a job before 16 to have a car and their own money. How about today? Most don't have a license and don't care to get one. (city kids) No drive at all to life themselves up financially.
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Post: #27
RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2018 02:17 PM)
You are missing a big piece of the picture. "Teens" never had a place in society - until the '50s ... and every decade after that, it went completely down hill.
What's walking around today as a "teen" is the result of all the drugs that have been ingested over the last 6 decades by all the "parents" / ex-teens that have grown up.

You correctly stated that "teens" are a modern invention.

But you didn't say that before "teens" were invented kids that age began working 6 days a week at 10-13 and never had the leisure time to be rebellious or dramatic.

I started working at 15 (actually 8yo) and I loved it! I think a lot more kids would love it. But unfortunately their Moms have taken the kids potential jobs.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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You are missing a big piece of the picture. "Teens" never had a place in society - until the '50s ... and every decade after that, it went completely down hill.
What's walking around today as a "teen" is the result of all the drugs that have been ingested over the last 6 decades by all the "parents" / ex-teens that have grown up.

You correctly stated that "teens" are a modern invention.

But you didn't say that before "teens" were invented kids that age began working 6 days a week at 10-13 and never had the leisure time to be rebellious or dramatic.

I started working at 15 (actually 8yo) and I loved it! I think a lot more kids would love it. But unfortunately their Moms have taken the kids potential jobs.

You are totally out of context.
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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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You are missing a big piece of the picture. "Teens" never had a place in society - until the '50s ... and every decade after that, it went completely down hill.
What's walking around today as a "teen" is the result of all the drugs that have been ingested over the last 6 decades by all the "parents" / ex-teens that have grown up.

You correctly stated that "teens" are a modern invention.

But you didn't say that before "teens" were invented kids that age began working 6 days a week at 10-13 and never had the leisure time to be rebellious or dramatic.

I started working at 15 (actually 8yo) and I loved it! I think a lot more kids would love it. But unfortunately their Moms have taken the kids potential jobs.

The most ironic thing about all this in my view is that Bhad Bhabie is actually being very mature and responsible for her age. She co-wrote this song we're discussing, and the song is actually about how different she is compared with those other girls whom she has no respect for because they're immature, irresponsible, and immoral. She's saying she's better than them because she's not like them.

We can see that's true because she's already a famous musician at 14.

It's kind of ironic that she is a great success, but people are bashing her for singing about the "wrong" things (and thus calling her a "failure"). I have no problem with her singing about the reality that she knows.

An important fuction of art is to raise awareness of what's right and wrong with the world. The fact that she's caused this discussion proves that she's a good artist.
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02-12-2018 07:23 PM

 



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RE: Why do people forget what it's like to be a teen?
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You correctly stated that "teens" are a modern invention.

But you didn't say that before "teens" were invented kids that age began working 6 days a week at 10-13 and never had the leisure time to be rebellious or dramatic.

I started working at 15 (actually 8yo) and I loved it! I think a lot more kids would love it. But unfortunately their Moms have taken the kids potential jobs.

You are totally out of context.

In the old days, most people went straight from childhood to adulthood. The teen years are a modern invention that was concocted to deal with modern society.

Please listen...



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