The Corona Generation?

Yappi

Go Buckeyes
Since it seems like some generations get their name from major worldwide events (Baby Boom, New Millennium), any chance that the Generation Z gets their more descriptive name from this virus shutdown?
 

Steel Valley FB

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There will likely be a birth boom from this and also some Corona-vorces. I know being locked up with my wife will be a challenge for me and vice versa. Probably twice as hard for her actually.
 

arizonawildcat

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Greatest generation had the Depression and WWII. Boomer generation had Viet-nam. Now the mills will have it worst of all as they kill off their grandparents and parents because of their reckless social behavior.
 

Zunardo

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The Z's will rename themselves the "Boomer-killer Generation".

Our constant proximity may get on each other's nerves once in a while, but right now I'm glad my wife is here with me where I know she's safe for now.
 

Sykotyk

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For years I always thought I was Gen X, but then sometime in my early 20s is when the term Millennial cropped up and I always thought they meant people like my nieces and nephews. But I'm right near the cut off and if you're using internet and smart phones, etc I'm right there. Even though I didn't have internet in my house until I was 16 and didn't even own a cell phone until I was 24. My daughter though? She'll have no comprehension of a life without smart tech. I really notice it when she expects the TV to just be touch screen. Every other screen she uses is touch screen.

And yet I remember a vcr my family owned in the 80s that had a corded controller. Damn I'm old.
 

Omar

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Greatest generation had the Depression and WWII. Boomer generation had Viet-nam. Now the mills will have it worst of all as they kill off their grandparents and parents because of their reckless social behavior.
I hate Millennials as much as anyone. However, The kids at spring break are Gen Z.

Ironically that dbag all over social media was from Milford.
 

cabezadecaballo

Well-known member
For years I always thought I was Gen X, but then sometime in my early 20s is when the term Millennial cropped up and I always thought they meant people like my nieces and nephews. But I'm right near the cut off and if you're using internet and smart phones, etc I'm right there. Even though I didn't have internet in my house until I was 16 and didn't even own a cell phone until I was 24. My daughter though? She'll have no comprehension of a life without smart tech. I really notice it when she expects the TV to just be touch screen. Every other screen she uses is touch screen.

And yet I remember a vcr my family owned in the 80s that had a corded controller. Damn I'm old.
Betamax should have won.
 
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