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MarketWatch has a pretty interesting story about the influence that millennials are exerting over the culture: "They’re getting rid off beloved American staples like movies by binge-watching shows online, putting the death knell in sitcoms, and even single-handedly bringing about the end of churchgoing.
Some of these trends may be overstated, but millennials do have different tastes and priorities than past generations ... Millennials, those born between 1977 and 1994, are also more socially and politically aware: 61% believe in equality and 75% feel the economic and political state of the world will have a big impact on their generation."

MarketWatch then goes to detail some of the things that millennials have ruined, and the list ranges from the 9 to 5 work week to sex to paper napkins. And if you want more, you'll have to read it here.
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