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No what did she say
She wrote a book explaining that smartphones and excessive technology has destroyed our generation. So as a result we're less likely to drink alcohol or do drugs, less likely to have sex, more likely to not get a driver's license, more likely to feel depressed and left out, more likely to not prepare for adulthood etc, etc. I'm 50/50 on what she says, how about you?
 

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She wrote a book explaining that smartphones and excessive technology has destroyed our generation. So as a result we're less likely to drink alcohol or do drugs, less likely to have sex, more likely to not get a driver's license, more likely to feel depressed and left out, more likely to not prepare for adulthood etc, etc. I'm 50/50 on what she says, how about you?
Idk I mean it’s not like only gen z kids are addicted to smartphones because my parents are addicted to theirs especially my mom. And my brother who’s a younger millennial goes on his phone all the time.
I guess less likely to do alcohol and drugs is a good thing? I’ve actually read a preview of that book online I think and they said that since 2012 more than 50% of people owned a smartphone, which is something I can agree with. Smartphones started being common in like late 2011/early 2012
 
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