Wish I understood Neto’s “Boomer” reference too.
If Boomers weren’t so dismissive of millennials first, I’d almost feel offended. But the old folks definitely started dissing the kids early on (mostly for being fixated on their phones, which the old folks invented and sold to them).
This Boomer is just happens to also be a La Cucaracha fan. To the MAX
It’s bigly sad that the young’uns have adapted that attitude. They have no idea how much knowledge, wisdom, and experience they just ignore with “OK, Boomer”…
I’m surprised they use that many syllables. It’ll be OB in no time.
Every generation has dismissed the knowledge gained through years of living that the older generation has, but in this case, why are we skipping a generation? The young folks were born in the last 30 years. Boomers were born in the 40’s and 50’s, so a boomer is likely to be the grandparent or even great grandparent.
I was born at the beginning of the “baby boom” (11 Feb 1946) and I still have 78’s, 45’s, LP’s, 8trak’s, cassette’s and 12 inch laserdiscs. I also have an 8track recorder.
It means you are old, out of it, and at least somewhat responsible for economic and political the mess we’re in now. My Generation.
Hey, I still have my Blockbuster card and I’m not a boomer
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