BOSTON, ENGLAND - MAY 12: A dvd of the 2001 England v Germany World Cup qualifier sits among others for sale outside a charity shop on May 12, 2017 in Boston, United Kingdom. The town of Boston in Lincolnshire voted with a 75% majority to leave the European Union during the 2016 referendum, giving it the highest proportion of Brexit voters in the UK. UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall has chosen to stand in the seat of Boston and Skegness in the June 8th general election. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

There are a lot of things that millennials have phased out from our parents’ generation, like doorbells, traditional alarm clocks, and fax machines. Technology is advancing so fast and we (millennials) are not hesitant to changing with the times.

For the most part I like to think that I am up to date on current trends, but there are some things from the past that I am not ready to let go of just yet. It may not be a popular opinion, but I still buy DVDs. I know, what a weird thing for a 24 year old guy in 2020 to do, but I can’t let it go. I’m not like Elsa.

I enjoy having the hard copy of movies, as well as the digital version. Also, I have built up a pretty impressive collection over the years and as they say “a collector never stops collecting.”

Earlier this week I sat down with Phil and Mel from our sister station K104.7 and we discussed how things have changed between generations, and I may have shocked them with some of the things that I still do to this day.