He could probably write a book, with all that kind of data!KaiTheHomoSapien wrote: ↑29 Aug 2018 05:16Wow, you certainly have given this a lot of thought
Having been born in 2000, I still consider myself "Gen Z" over "Millennial" (a perception of being born in 1999+ is perhaps regarding "Millennials" as being in their 20s and 30s now and thus not qualifying as one at 18), but the group you describe (whatever the name) seems valid.
I don't consider myself any generation anything. When it comes that era's music or politics or books or television programmes or whatever, my usual thought to myself is "I have no idea what they're talking about!" It's like they all come from a different planet or something.