Blink, blink. Breathe, breathe. Day in, day out.
I agree that the term “ok boomer” is often misinterpreted by boomers.People who have lived longer have more real-world experience than you do. Using "Okay, Boomer" as a means to insult them or to insinuate that what they're saying isn't true is rude and disrespectful, and a tool often used by those who happen to fall in the Millennial or Gen-Z categories...because they don't know any better.
I am not disagreeing with the fact that older people have more real word experiences. But I’m also aware of the other fact that a majority of theme park guests go with cell phones. In fact, I find it ridiculous that I have to defend this point.
I don’t even care if you use a cell phone or not at Disney. but that doesn’t mean that 1). Literally almost everyone else doesn’t use a cell phone at Disney, just open your eyes. 2). It doesn’t mean “back in my day” is still relevant today. And 3). It doesn’t mean that the WDW experience to heavily rely on smartphones is a bad thing just because the older folks don’t like changing times.