The New York Times, which recently bought the new viral word-game Wordle, is being accused of making the game harder, trolling millennials, and being too obscure.
Case in point: this tile-related solution caused an uproar on Twitter. People were complaining that only DIY’ers and Bob the Builder would get this solution.
You use this term on a regular basis. What is the word? Spoiler is here.
More economic warning signs
- The housing market seems “bubbly”
- German investment firm Deutsche Bank is forecasting a recession
- People that rushed to buy homes during the pandemic are regretting it
- There is a new record of $1 Million+ homes in the US
“Young folks don’t want to be associated with what they perceive as low-class work.”Matthew Crawford
JLC has a review on a book called Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry into the Value of Work, by Matthew Crawford.
Blue-collar work has been disrespected and looked down on for decades. But the tide is turning.