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Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...

 
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Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
On Sunday, a few hours after he was found dead in his California swimming pool at age 47, Rodney King—a central figure in the 1992 Los Angeles riots—began trending on Twitter.

News of King's death was quickly followed by a related, if disturbing, Twitter trend: "Who is Rodney King?"

"Who is Rodney King?" Briauna Mariee, identified on Twitter as "First Queen Standing," tweeted upon seeing King's name trending(...)

King's death was certainly not the first to baffle Twitter users. Television icon Dick Clark, author Ray Bradbury, Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, disco queen Donna Summer, CBS News interviewer Mike Wallace, "Where The Wild Things Are" author Maurice Sendak, Beastie Boy rapper Adam Yauch and hairdresser Vidal Sassoon—all of whom died this year—ended up cycling through the microblogging service in a similar manner(...)

In April, on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster, the social news-sharing site Reddit pointed to a series of tweets from people who did not know that the sinking of the Titanic was real—and not just a 1997 Hollywood blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

"Wait!" user Sue D. wrote. "Titanic really happened? I thought it was just a movie."

"Guys, the Titanic was real!" BabyDoe22 wrote. "#mindblown."

(...)But you don't always have to die or sink a ship to blow young Twitter users minds: Sometimes, you just have to be a former Beatle who shows up at the Grammys.

"Who the f--- is Paul McCartney and why is he on this?" Kristen Dewe wrote on Feb. 13 during the Grammys broadcast(...)
 Quoting: [link to news.yahoo.com]


Regardless the level of influence of these people on society, the complete lack of knowledge of this generation of people enslaved by social-media fast communication, is appalling.

I mean, history is history. Pop or mainstream doesn't matter. Do these people know who was Bach, Beethoven, Napoleon Bonaparte, Freud, Stalin, Alexander of Macedonia, King Tut, Nefertiti and other historic figures?? If you don't know who's Paul McCartney what the fuck do you know??

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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
TPTB want that people forget History.
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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
TPTB want that people forget History.
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It's gonna be fucking epic the reaction of these people when ancient extraterrestrials land on Earth again. The comments they are gonna post in social media will be priceless.


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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
On Sunday, a few hours after he was found dead in his California swimming pool at age 47, Rodney King—a central figure in the 1992 Los Angeles riots—began trending on Twitter.

News of King's death was quickly followed by a related, if disturbing, Twitter trend: "Who is Rodney King?"

"Who is Rodney King?" Briauna Mariee, identified on Twitter as "First Queen Standing," tweeted upon seeing King's name trending(...)

King's death was certainly not the first to baffle Twitter users. Television icon Dick Clark, author Ray Bradbury, Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, disco queen Donna Summer, CBS News interviewer Mike Wallace, "Where The Wild Things Are" author Maurice Sendak, Beastie Boy rapper Adam Yauch and hairdresser Vidal Sassoon—all of whom died this year—ended up cycling through the microblogging service in a similar manner(...)

In April, on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster, the social news-sharing site Reddit pointed to a series of tweets from people who did not know that the sinking of the Titanic was real—and not just a 1997 Hollywood blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

"Wait!" user Sue D. wrote. "Titanic really happened? I thought it was just a movie."

"Guys, the Titanic was real!" BabyDoe22 wrote. "#mindblown."

(...)But you don't always have to die or sink a ship to blow young Twitter users minds: Sometimes, you just have to be a former Beatle who shows up at the Grammys.

"Who the f--- is Paul McCartney and why is he on this?" Kristen Dewe wrote on Feb. 13 during the Grammys broadcast(...)
 Quoting: [link to news.yahoo.com]


Regardless the level of influence of these people on society, the complete lack of knowledge of this generation of people enslaved by social-media fast communication, is appalling.

I mean, history is history. Pop or mainstream doesn't matter. Do these people know who was Bach, Beethoven, Napoleon Bonaparte, Freud, Stalin, Alexander of Macedonia, King Tut, Nefertiti and other historic figures?? If you don't know who's Paul McCartney what the fuck do you know??

cruise
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


This cross my mind yesterday as well...............what's wrong with everyone...........what would they do if the shit hit the fan?

Last Edited by Daniel of the Rose on 06/19/2012 12:35 PM
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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
On Sunday, a few hours after he was found dead in his California swimming pool at age 47, Rodney King—a central figure in the 1992 Los Angeles riots—began trending on Twitter.

News of King's death was quickly followed by a related, if disturbing, Twitter trend: "Who is Rodney King?"

"Who is Rodney King?" Briauna Mariee, identified on Twitter as "First Queen Standing," tweeted upon seeing King's name trending(...)

King's death was certainly not the first to baffle Twitter users. Television icon Dick Clark, author Ray Bradbury, Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, disco queen Donna Summer, CBS News interviewer Mike Wallace, "Where The Wild Things Are" author Maurice Sendak, Beastie Boy rapper Adam Yauch and hairdresser Vidal Sassoon—all of whom died this year—ended up cycling through the microblogging service in a similar manner(...)

In April, on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster, the social news-sharing site Reddit pointed to a series of tweets from people who did not know that the sinking of the Titanic was real—and not just a 1997 Hollywood blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

"Wait!" user Sue D. wrote. "Titanic really happened? I thought it was just a movie."

"Guys, the Titanic was real!" BabyDoe22 wrote. "#mindblown."

(...)But you don't always have to die or sink a ship to blow young Twitter users minds: Sometimes, you just have to be a former Beatle who shows up at the Grammys.

"Who the f--- is Paul McCartney and why is he on this?" Kristen Dewe wrote on Feb. 13 during the Grammys broadcast(...)
 Quoting: [link to news.yahoo.com]


Regardless the level of influence of these people on society, the complete lack of knowledge of this generation of people enslaved by social-media fast communication, is appalling.

I mean, history is history. Pop or mainstream doesn't matter. Do these people know who was Bach, Beethoven, Napoleon Bonaparte, Freud, Stalin, Alexander of Macedonia, King Tut, Nefertiti and other historic figures?? If you don't know who's Paul McCartney what the fuck do you know??

cruise
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


This cross my mind yesterday as well...............what's wrong with everyone...........what would they do if the shit hit the fan?
 Quoting: Daniel of the Rose





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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
titanic was kind of important. the others? who gives a fuck about them. totally unimportant and useless.
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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
On Sunday, a few hours after he was found dead in his California swimming pool at age 47, Rodney King—a central figure in the 1992 Los Angeles riots—began trending on Twitter.

News of King's death was quickly followed by a related, if disturbing, Twitter trend: "Who is Rodney King?"

"Who is Rodney King?" Briauna Mariee, identified on Twitter as "First Queen Standing," tweeted upon seeing King's name trending(...)

King's death was certainly not the first to baffle Twitter users. Television icon Dick Clark, author Ray Bradbury, Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, disco queen Donna Summer, CBS News interviewer Mike Wallace, "Where The Wild Things Are" author Maurice Sendak, Beastie Boy rapper Adam Yauch and hairdresser Vidal Sassoon—all of whom died this year—ended up cycling through the microblogging service in a similar manner(...)

In April, on the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster, the social news-sharing site Reddit pointed to a series of tweets from people who did not know that the sinking of the Titanic was real—and not just a 1997 Hollywood blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

"Wait!" user Sue D. wrote. "Titanic really happened? I thought it was just a movie."

"Guys, the Titanic was real!" BabyDoe22 wrote. "#mindblown."

(...)But you don't always have to die or sink a ship to blow young Twitter users minds: Sometimes, you just have to be a former Beatle who shows up at the Grammys.

"Who the f--- is Paul McCartney and why is he on this?" Kristen Dewe wrote on Feb. 13 during the Grammys broadcast(...)
 Quoting: [link to news.yahoo.com]


Regardless the level of influence of these people on society, the complete lack of knowledge of this generation of people enslaved by social-media fast communication, is appalling.

I mean, history is history. Pop or mainstream doesn't matter. Do these people know who was Bach, Beethoven, Napoleon Bonaparte, Freud, Stalin, Alexander of Macedonia, King Tut, Nefertiti and other historic figures?? If you don't know who's Paul McCartney what the fuck do you know??

cruise
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Yea bro and i bet you hate communism. Hate to break it to you but your generation has twitter retardation as well, its just twitter. Hate to be the bearer of bad news but media was controlled during your day as well. Nothing has changed. Merely the subject matter. The mind control is still hte same.

Just like how you reject those who follow you, as intended by the separation they created that you are buying into. So your no different bro.
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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
Whether it seems "useful" to you or not, there is a thing called cultural literacy.
Some of you are so proud of your ignorance. This baffles me.
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Re: Twittard generation desn't know who was Rodney King, Donna Summer, Paul McCartney and thinks that Titanic was just a movie...
So pretty much anything would awe folks today.......

oh man talk about prepping.....

getting everyone ready for the fireworks....like the walking dead.
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