The word hello has become a both ubiquitous and somehow innocuous part of the English-speaking world. It can say so much and so little. Hello's meaning varies with circumstance and tone. It begins more conversations than any other word and is one of few words that stand alone as a complete sentence. Despite how common and useful it is, it's relatively new.
Generational blame is not new but generational labels are. Like all labels used to generalize people, they can lead to some unfair and incorrect conclusions. Millennial bias an acceptable form of discrimination. Is it a coincidence that the generation that everyone loves to hate has been given the most bland and disaffectionate of all the generational labels?s?
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