Another relevant finding from our research on age stereotypes was this: a common reaction to the shopping experience for older people was a feeling of invisibility. Invisible customers don't buy things.
I do have a cell phone. It has an external antenna. When I took it into the Verizon store a few months ago to have it fixed, the 20-something techs gathered around to admire something they considered to be ancient archeology.
A 20 year-old London man has become the latest victim of 'neknomination', a dangerous trend which combines extreme drinking with social media exposure to threaten the lives of young adults and teenagers.
There are unfortunately an ignorant few people whose prejudices will be confirmed and fed by such a call. They will assume that 'foreign' languages are unAustralian and that those who use them are at fault.
Minister Kevin Andrews should be applauded for demonstrating his commitment to charities' independence in his recent remarks on what charity regulation might look like after the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC) is abolished.