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And so that ethos transcends the wonky people who are inventing new apps and embraces the whole economy," he says. Sure, that might be delusional, but it's got to lead to better results than wearing flannel, complaining and making indie movies about it. So here's a more rounded picture of millennials than the one I started with. All of which I also have data for. They're earnest and optimistic.

They embrace the system. They are pragmatic idealists, tinkerers more than dreamers, life hackers. Their world is so flat that they have no leaders, which is why revolutions from Occupy Wall Street to Tahrir Square have even less chance than previous rebellions.

They want constant approval--they post photos from the dressing room as they try on clothes. They have massive fear of missing out and have an acronym for everything including FOMO. They're celebrity obsessed but don't respectfully idolize celebrities from a distance. Thus Us magazine's "They're just like us! They're not into going to church, even though they believe in God, because they don't identify with big institutions; one-third of adults under 30, the highest percentage ever, are religiously unaffiliated.

They want new experiences, which are more important to them than material goods. They are cool and reserved and not all that passionate. They are informed but inactive: they hate Joseph Kony but aren't going to do anything about Joseph Kony. They are probusiness. They're financially responsible; although student loans have hit record highs, they have less household and credit-card debt than any previous generation on record--which, admittedly, isn't that hard when you're living at home and using your parents' credit card.

They love their phones but hate talking on them. They are not only the biggest generation we've ever known but maybe the last large birth grouping that will be easy to generalize about. There are already microgenerations within the millennial group, launching as often as new iPhones, depending on whether you learned to type before Facebook, Twitter, iPads or Snapchat.

Those rising microgenerations are all horrifying the ones right above them, who are their siblings. And the group after millennials is likely to be even more empowered. They're already so comfortable in front of the camera that the average American 1-year-old has more images of himself than a 17th century French king.

So, yes, we have all that data about narcissism and laziness and entitlement. But a generation's greatness isn't determined by data; it's determined by how they react to the challenges that befall them. And, just as important, by how we react to them. Barton is currently in the vents. Rogers and Mr.

Barnes left one hour and 15 minutes ago to pick up breakfast. Within a few seconds, the elevator opened to the common floor, and he stepped out. Vision and Wanda were walking towards one of the couches in front of the television. Sam and Natasha were talking across the island from one another. Thought you were Steve and Bucky. Nat, what celebrity do you think he will turn into?

Nat caught his attention. And this was all in 45 minutes.

I was cramming for my history and chemistry exams and needed to stay awake for a little longer, so I downed three energy drinks in an hour and then drank a few 5-Hour Engeries on top of that.

I was also sleep deprived. He tried to play dumb, although he knew it was a bad idea with the superspy. I know your wearing a brace, although you matched your jeans to it to try and hide the fact that your wearing it in the first place.

Before she could comment, Sam interrupted. Stark, do either of you know why Ms. He had multiple shareholder meetings, which he hates. To calm his nerves and to make up for lost time due to the meetings, he would work in his lab and only get an hour or two of sleep. Apparently, he crashed around 11pm last night. Something got him really worked up, but he was so exhausted that he fell asleep before he could do anything about it.

It should be lifted once he wakes up. They each carried two large boxes in their arms. What did you get us for breakfast? Hence breakfast today.

Vision and Natasha were amused, Sam and Bucky were confused, and Steve was annoyed. Are you feeling okay?

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Once she composed herself, she addressed Steve. RIP Vine. Steve pulled himself together and addressed the group. In the other three boxes are 12 other kinds of doughnuts.

They all fought to find their favorite types of doughnut, save Steve, Bruce, and Peter. They watched the chaos in front of them. Clint and Natasha were fighting over a custard filled doughnut while Wanda calmly used her magic to bring the selected doughnuts to Vision and her.

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Sam bargained his barista skills to Bucky, trying to convince him to give him the last chocolate cake doughnut. A few minutes later, everyone had dispersed from the island, save Natasha, who was cheerfully eating the custard doughnut she won from Clint.

When Peter stepped closer to the counter, he noticed there were about one and a half dozen doughnuts left. Bruce and him made their selections from what was left, while Steve joined Bucky who picked out enough for both of them. After he grabbed his doughnuts, Peter sat down at the island next to Natasha. The doughnut itself was fluffy, with the glaze not being too sticky. By the time Peter finished eating his doughnuts, Clint was corralling people into playing Mario Kart with him.

So far, he convinced Sam to join him, and was working on persuading Steve to play. With a bit of cajoling, he agreed. Clint then came over to Peter.

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Clint, but I have a summer physics packet that I have to work on. MJ will kill me and bring me back to life just to repeat the process if I show up without that portion of the packet finished. If I finish and Mr. As he continued down the hall, he heard Wanda volunteering to play.

Entering his room, he could faintly hear Sam, Clint, and Wanda arguing over who would be Yoshi.

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Grabbing his backpack off of his bed, he made his way over to the desk and pulled out the packet. He completed about one third of it so far, and figured it would only take him an hour or so to reach the halfway mark. Steve groaned. She seemed satisfied with her outcome.

That meant that everyone was waiting for Steve to finish. He finally turned his kart around, but he was still on his second lap while all the remaining racers were well into their third. Less than 30 seconds later, the screen announced that Steve officially came in last place, unable to finish the race.

Plus, Clint appears very upset about how well I have played. He then customized his kart to his liking. Once they arrived at the Course Selection screen, Clint broke down the rules. Each one of us picks one course in the reverse order of the standings from the previous round. Also, you cannot pick the same course twice in a row. In the end, Peter ended up in first place after four games, with Clint in second, Wanda in third, and with a twist that surprised everyone, Steve in eleventh place instead of twelfth.

Steve excitedly called Bucky over. He has requested that everyone vacate the area before he arrives for reasons unknown. Boss would like you to stay. Peter sat in the sudden silence, wondering why Mr. Stark wanted to speak to him alone.

He quickly made his way to the kitchen, cleaning off the counter as best as he could. Grabbing a mug and searching the cupboard for more coffee grounds, Peter turned when he heard Tony clearing his throat.

His beard was not trimmed and underneath his eyes were identical rings of deep purple. Steve and Bucky bought everyone doughnuts, and I was about to make you a fresh pot of coffee. Peter gave the joke a weak chuckle anyways. Sam to that list. Nat asked him earlier when he started working at Starbucks. Waiting for there to be just enough in the pot to poor himself a mug. After the caffeine hits.

Taking a bite out of a powdered, cream-filled one, he pointed accusingly at Peter.

You continue to do things I tell you not to do. You seem to think that just because something worked once, you should do it again. He walked over to the fridge to grab a water bottle before sitting down on the couch again. He took a blanket off the couch and curled up like a cat before texting Ned. He told him all about the doughnut war, finishing half of the packet for Saturday, and the Mario Kart showdown.

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