One thing that has changed IN GENERAL in GenZ and the upcoming GenAlpha which you saw bits of in late Millennials: The growing acceptance of “becoming -the school shooter-” as a life option. This doesn’t get talked about enough. But they are at a point where they received K-12 school shooting drills and 4th grade seems to be the common age when children start trying to figure out “who the school shooter in their class will be”. Not if, but “which one” and “is it me?”

One thing that has changed IN GENERAL in GenZ and the upcoming GenAlpha which you saw bits of in late Millennials:
The growing acceptance of “becoming -the school shooter-” as a life option.
This doesn’t get talked about enough. But they are at a point where they received K-12 school shooting drills and 4th grade seems to be the common age when children start trying to figure out “who the school shooter in their class will be”.
Not if, but “which one” and “is it me?”

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