It’s a stretch. Preschool starts at 4 – they didn’t have 3 yr olds in school and barely had preschool then but we’ll give ’em pre-school. 1985-1999 army of millennial 4 yr olds. 1987-2002 army of young GenX teachers. Ok. It’s possible. The 22 year old GenX earliest GenX teacher in 1987 would be 34 years old when the last Millennial was 4 years old. So that 1965 GenX pre school teacher could teach a 1987 4 year old through to a 1999 4 year old influencing 12 years worth of 4 year olds. So what was a 1965 GenX’s biggest TV and movie influences? At 12 in 1977 they had Star Wars.

It’s a stretch.
Preschool starts at 4 – they didn’t have 3 yr olds in school and barely had preschool then but we’ll give ’em pre-school.
1985-1999 army of millennial 4 yr olds.
1987-2002 army of young GenX teachers.
Ok. It’s possible. The 22 year old GenX earliest GenX teacher in 1987 would be 34 years old when the last Millennial was 4 years old.
So that 1965 GenX pre school teacher could teach a 1987 4 year old through to a 1999 4 year old influencing 12 years worth of 4 year olds.
So what was a 1965 GenX’s biggest TV and movie influences?
At 12 in 1977 they had Star Wars.

GenX was drugs, teen pregnancy, D&D devil worship (not really but adults thought so), wiccans, playing in arcades around creepy men, early consoles and lots of commercials that said “hey kids, don’t listen to your parents! Buy our product instead

It’s for kids. Grown adults need to move on if they don’t like it. “Fan service” gets stupid sometimes.
The “don’t listen to your parents” wasn’t the millennials. They were the obedient little overscheduled helicopter parented can’t fart without mommy’s permission age

[responsivevoice_button voice="US English Male"]

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


4 × three =

Leave a Reply