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William Shatner gets in a Twitter feud with millennials, who gave him a boomer, ” That’s a real compliment to me.”

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The “Star Trek” actor William Shatner got into a heated Twitter exchange with a thousand users, that is the wrong focus for him with the “OK Boomer” jab.

For those of you who aren’t familiar, the “OK” Boomer ” is a popular phrase that can be used to dismiss the opinions of the baby boomers that younger people consider to be irrelevant or non-informed. Shatner, a commentary in a back-and-forth between “Dancing with the Stars” host Tom Bergeron and the viewers are upset about it, Sean Spicer, the continued presence on the show as one of his followers, focusing on the “OK ” Treatment” jab at the 88-year-old actor.

Shatner was born in 1931, and it is, by definition, is not a boomer.

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“My dear, that’s a big compliment for me,” he wrote.

“I’m not really into pejoratives, but for some, it is the term used for people, if they are not able to interpret it as a joke?” the user said.

“Millennial reich.” Shater fired back.

He went on to say, “I feel like it’s just one of those childish insults at the grocery stores, which seem to affect the sensitive types, to the point that they meltdown and go on with the rest of our heads, such a thing is ridiculous,” he wrote. “As for the person who thinks that they are making a dig, they are the foolish ones.”

As the original poster has stopped responding to another user chimed in with the fact that it’s “OK ” Treatment” is “not for the baby boomers who are just sh–. It’s for those who don’t know, just as you are.”

The “Star Trek” actor didn’t let the insult stand.

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“And what are we ignorant about that, Courtney? We don’t understand the issue. War? Depression (economic, not personal)? Rate of inflation? Double-digit Prime Interest rates?” he said.

That is, when the user of the argument is that millennials incorporated the hardships of the boomer generation, is still so small that Shatner couldn’t keep up.

“And the meek shall inherit, is that your generation will do is point the finger and blame others for their pity parties. You don’t get a participation trophy for life, and you take what you get and play your best hand. It’s been like that since forever,” he tweeted.

The duo then argued back and forth for a few hours about whether or not they have a tree or a centuries-old, respectively.

“I told him that I was going to wear that badge with honor. As opposed to you, the generations that designation doesn’t define me, nor am I too worried about getting on a label, because it doesn’t make a difference to me. You seem to be, yet the blame to other people. Some millennials are pushing 40. You’re not kids,” Shatner wrote.

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He explained: “in Her bio it says she’s an actress. No production wants to be a person who is to blame for their situation to be different for each person. That’s Divaesque. She has a right to her opinion, but she’s not doing herself any favors by pretending that she is working with millennials, while they are pretending to be one.”

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