They say never to worry about regrets. “You made the best decision at the time” is the mantra one must tell themselves when looking at wasted opportunities, blown chances, or failing to invest in Google. I’m not sure what Michael Rotondo’s parents would say to that mantra. He’s a thirty-year-old man. Who’s suing his parents for telling him to move out. Of their house. Winner, winner, chicken dinner.
“I don’t like living here but I need reasonable time,” he rambled.”And as an example of this, the first notice, the February 2nd notice, you have basically 14 days before you’re outside in the winter weather.”
Baldwin was doing her best not to call this guy a loser.
Okay, guys, take a knee. If you’re still living with your parents at thirty, and you sue them when they ask you to leave, don’t be surprised if women don’t want to sleep with you. Or give you their number. Or otherwise decide you’re not an ideal father figure with whom they’d want to one day copulate, and bring forth children into this world.
I love when Baldwin accuses Michael here of being an entitled Millennial. Which inspired Michael to say “Nuh uh, I’m a conservative!” As Brooke pointed out, Millennials are a generation. Not a voting demographic. Which sweet Michael continued to harp on despite being more wrong than the hairstyle he choses every day.
To be clear, Millennial or not, conservatives believe in personal responsibility. For example, having a job and taking care of yourself. Not squatting at your folks house drinking milk from the carton. Then suing them when they’ve quite had enough of your shenanigans.
Let Michael here be a cautionary tale. Don’t make me list all the cautions he’s telling.
Speaking of galactic failure: