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    Proverbial straw in 3, 2,...

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    Nothing witty here lest it offend
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    Well! That's the last time I call you about being interested in your car! And FYI I do not live in my mother's basement full time maaaaaan

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    Millennials should not own a DeLorean. Millennials have allergies to things like gluten, soy and and capitalism. The materials used to create a DeLorean could be deadly to people born after 1990. They need to drive cars like the Prius, leaf, and Chevy Volt and leave the men's cars alone.

    Most DeLoreans are stick shifts...Millenials can't drive stick shifts
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    Yeah I used to rip on millennials all the time too, until I figured out that I am one.

    Born between 1981 and 1996 apparently.

    So the 21 year old douchey guy that OP was talking about isn't even a millennial, he's generation Z or whatever. The youngest milennials are now 23 and the oldest are 38.
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    When I got my DeLorean I sold my Z. The guy who bought it send his girlfriend so he could stay home and I am not lying...they lived in their father's basement. They brought tax refund cash and it was a trouble free sale. Millennials may be douches but their money (in the short time it's in their keep), is as green as everyone else's.

    This post was made on a gluten free computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Millennials have allergies to things like gluten, soy and and capitalism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    When I got my DeLorean I sold my Z. The guy who bought it send his girlfriend so he could stay home and I am not lying...they lived in their father's basement. They brought tax refund cash and it was a trouble free sale. Millennials may be douches but their money (in the short time it's in their keep), is as green as everyone else's.

    This post was made on a gluten free computer.
    When I was in college (about 15 years ago) I worked at Best Buy. I can't tell you home many 40/50 somethings came in with their tax refund or settlement check to buy a big screen TV... Point is, stupid knows no age restrictions...

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    I mean we can sling mud all day, but I dont remember millenials buying houses they couldnt afford leading to the 2007 financial collapse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_maxime View Post
    I mean we can sling mud all day, but I dont remember millenials buying houses they couldnt afford leading to the 2007 financial collapse.
    Stupid Gen X'rs

    I bought my home in 2004 on a 30yr fixed. I paid extra every month. This October, I will be 100% debt free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Stupid Gen X'rs

    I bought my home in 2004 on a 30yr fixed. I paid extra every month. This October, I will be 100% debt free.
    Why not do a 15 year fixed at that point?

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