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  • I have an alarm clock that I purchased in the UK about the time gen-xers moved aside for the next gen-lot (gen-y?).

    more musings on the simple life

  • The Japanese fascination with the west has taken huge leaps and bounds, especially with the Fruits culture eqiv of gen xers in Japan who dress to cute and push themselves into cosplay on a daily basis.

    Dry Drowning

  • "There are younger Gen-xers and Millennials who don't feel comfortable checking into mahogany paneling, oriental rugs and hunting scenes in their tennis shoes and jeans," says Bjorn Hanson,

    Ritz-Carlton Web Films

  • Avisa saw all this, saw me watching, and when the boomers and xers left, she turned to me and gave me a secret wink.

    CHANGING THE TUNE by Jason Stoddard | Fiction | Futurismic

  • [The boomers and even the Gen-xers] they are getting older and down-sizing.

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  • (from the gen-xers point of view) take them out. they're losers. they'll die.

    evolver Diary Entry

  • (poor gen-xers.) they were never given that opportunity. their parents couldn't drive. they were stoned.

    evolver Diary Entry

  • (gen-xers didn't have the luxury of soccer practice like us pampered millennials.) this is the time. go have babies.

    evolver Diary Entry

  • Maybe it’s just geography, but most of the people I know who might reasonably be called gen xers are actually embarrassingly pro-Democrat, even if they have more sensible opinions on budget and tax issues than most liberals.

    Matthew Yglesias » The “I’ve Got Mine” Generation

  • It’s both extremely candid and extremely educational, and while I realize that feminism is no longer popular, especially among gen xers, I don’t really care.

    Five for Friday: Magazine Rack

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