@@fo But they start in 1945, right? 19 years is pretty close to 20.... So then Gen X is born 65-85? That doesn't quite feel right to me -- see ATF not feeling like an Xer, culturally.
@Katni Meanwhile, I always thought I was on the young end of Gen X, I was born in 73! I guess the question is if we're counting "generations" as covering 20 years, or just using the term to describe cultural cohorts.
When I was in high school, I got $20/week: $1/day for the bus, $2/day for lunch, $5 extra for the week. I started bringing my lunch so I would have money to do stuff with friends.
I'll put stuff in a donate bag and leave it there for a while. Sometimes, I pull something back out again, but not often.
@Allison I figured "foreseeable future" is the same as forever home. Because who knows!
@ronswansonluva I have to say, I don't think even my decent clothes rise to the level of fancy stores, so I am always that person in that kind of store, even if I think I look fine.
I should have picked "other" on the when you want to own a home question -- I have known for years that I wouldn't own a home until my parents both die, and it just gets more and more true as the years go on...
@radicaledward I'm not making the argument that Jessica Williams *should* get the job. I'm just saying she won't because she's a young black woman.
@TheDilettantista And I doubt either one of them is looking for a full-time job like that.
@radicaledward And Conan wasn't ready either! He was a mess. But "looking the part" can get you pretty far.