In the WBCK Morning Show, I have a segment called "Collins Corner" where we play a lot of fun bits of satire, parody, and other crazy stuff.   Today, we had a bit about the Army's new "adjustments" for millennial trainees.  It ends with the drill sergeant saying, "All right (men?), it doesn’t seem like I’m getting anywhere with you. So everyone go grab your blankeys and we’ll do story time again."

Lately, we've had a lot of these bits, where I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

Here's another one...

Across the nation’s universities and colleges, a culture of “safe spaces” and “micro-aggression” have cropped up to the point that even Clint Eastwood had to speak up about America’s generations of “snowflakes.”   The "Veritas Project"  traveled to Columbia University to see how far they had to go to trigger a reaction from these so-called snowflake students.  To their surprise, they didn’t even get a chance to get their scene setup before a female college student approached and literally crying.   All it took was a single word scrawled into the sidewalk in chalk.

James O’Keefe of Project Veritas Action says "the word we crudely drew onto a university sidewalk wasn’t even considered offensive . . . at least I didn’t think so. But to a snowflake, it nearly caused convulsions". Watch here.