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Kids these days. They just don’t get it. Ungrateful little shits with their Xbox headsets and indecipherable social media slang. No one knows what you’re even talking about, guys. Grow up already.
How old are the kids in this video anyway, like eight? When I was eight, I was out running through the burbs, playing wiffle ball, causing trouble, and picking on the nerdy kids in my neighborhood. Kids now are recycling internet memes and whipping out their iPhone 6 Pluses to try and get re-tweets. It’s sad.
This kid got the chance to ask Michael Jordan, the greatest and coolest basketball player the world has ever seen, one question. And what does he ask him? He went with a played-out internet meme.
— Bryce Lyle (@BryceLyle1) August 4, 2015
Mike, because he’s not plugged into the underbelly of the Twitter world, had no idea what the kid was talking about. He had to ask someone what he meant. Then he answered.
— Addi Dunayer (@Addidunayer) August 4, 2015
The Air Jordan XX9 Low-Top:
— Sneaker4life (@sneaker4lifecom) August 3, 2015
The man put basketball shoes on the map, for fuck’s sake. Where’s the respect? Watch Space Jam. Get some damn culture..