Introduction: There is a huge nostalgia craze going on right now, and I think it’s divided into two parts: those of you were kids in the 80’s (raises hand) and those of you who were kids in the 90’s (sees you, waves). If you were either an infant or yet to be born in the 90’s, I tip my hat to you, sir or madam; the millenium is something differnent, and that’s your story to tell, not mine. Without saying my actual age, I was in high school and college (undergrad) during the span of 1990-1999. What this is This is part memoir, part explanation (from my never to be humble point of view) for post-millenials, and part flash-fiction excercise. I’d love to wrap this all up in a little mico book like I did with the last one, which I did with the last one, and why yes, you can check it out here : So that makes me a Gen Xer, hi. Maybe like a lot of us lately, I’ve seen a surge of nostalgia based looking back in art, music, and movies, especially. We’ve been turning to our childhood for
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