The definition of Gen Y varies from place-to-place but broadly it refers to the people born between 1980 and 2000. Disclaimer: that period includes ammo and I. Sometimes we also roll by “millennials” or “echo boomers”. Gen Y are the children of the baby boomers, who I’ve covered my feelings towards in two previous Drunken Speculation columns (part 1 and part 2). Too often I see articles about what Gen Y is. A perfect example is this nauseating example of […]
Wipe that shit-eating grin off your face, grandpa. The last post I did about grey-haired fuckface baby boomers was, quite frankly, surprisingly successful. While we don’t get much traffic through our little blog, Goddamn Old People was the destination for 30% of the blog’s visitors in the month after it was published. It was more popular than the home page. So, like, four people read it. That got me to thinking about a follow-up.
In last week’s Drunken Speculation, I had a cathartic vent about bankers, their defenders and the GFC. The following words were exchanged in the Drunk Spec offices after I finished typing: “I just finished my Drunken Speculation article! It’s about bankers.” “Is it humorous and light-hearted?” “Um…no.” This was not well received. So ignore the title because this week’s Drunken Speculation is about puppies!