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According to Pew’s “How Millennial Are You?” quiz, I am not, in fact, a Baby Boomer. Interpolating from the graph, they think I was born in 1969, which makes me sort of an early Gen Xer. Only 11 years off!

I’m not sure why. Is it because I have a Facebook profile? A cell phone? Because I think interracial marriage is just fine? I’m not sure. The reason I’m nowhere close to being a Millennial is obvious (no text messaging, no tattoos, no video game playing, etc.), but the reason I don’t fit the Baby Boomer profile is a little more mysterious.

Anyway, this either means I retain some youthful vigor or else that I have failed to grow up. Take your pick. The quiz is here.

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