I'm one of the younger guys here (I'm 38) and its a big cultural difference in my generation and yours. Youe generation is moving towards retirement and mine is right in the middle of the rat race. What are some observations you've made with the generation gap? I'm starting to see it in the generation younger than me (early 20somethings) My generation was the last to grow up without internet. As a little boy we had a 19" tv that got 2 tv channels, sometimes 3. We had no computer must less internet. Around the age of 11 we got our first computer. By age 12 there were online services available. (Prodigy and AOL) we had Prodigy first then AOL. So in a way my generation was the very last to grow up without some kind of plug in into the outside world. I remember going to the library. It's kids today that have probably never stepped into a library. Kids today don't know what it's like to not have a phone in their pocket connecting to virtually everything. I was born in 1982 so I grew up as a kid in the 90s. I turned 18 in the year 2000 so im the definition of a 90s kid. What advice do you have for younger generations? Today's world is so complicated. Kids today are bombarded with information and life choices. I have a learning disability and had to take remedial classes. They didn't know a lot about learning disabilities back in the day. I feel kind of cheated on my education but I did graduate college with a decent GPA I remember 9/11 happening when I was in college, many of you guys were long gone out of school and established adults when 9/11 happened. Things like that shape us. Historical events have an impact on everyone differently, mainly because we are all at different points in our lives. Many of you have grown children and some of you grandchildren. Our little boy is 3. Its so many factors that make a generation who they are. For instance. When I was a kid my dad didn't want me playing with dolls. I just got our little boy a bunch of dolls. Not because I want him to be girly but I want him to use them to interact with eachother and grow his imagination. Our little boy is also bombarded with media, (what we choose to show him) 90% is educational. I didn't have that when I was a kid. Hes just 3 years old in July and he is FULLY potty trained and will even attempt to wipe his own ass. He speaks in full detailed sentences and will carry on a simple conversation with you. When I was 3 i was taking shits in the bath tub.