Today, the 35th Wrestlemania will take place at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Hard to believe that the first one was 35 years ago. Here’s the card for Wrestlemania 1. What’s your alltime favorite Wrestlemania memory?
“Beauty and the Beat” by The Go Go’s. One of the true classics of the early MTV era. The single “We Got the Beat” was #2 on the singles chart.
Generation X by all accounts lies in between the Baby Boomers and Millennials. What is in question though, is exactly when does Gen X start and when does it stop. Gallop says 1965-1979. The Pew Research Center has it listed as 65-80 while the Harvard Center uses 1965 to 1984. We have even seen the first year listed as early as 1961!
For this site, we will agree with Gallop and start with 1965, but we will end in 1976. In the last few years, a new term called “Xennials” has been used to describe a micro-generation of folks born between the late seventies and early eighties. This group would be the middle ground between Gen X and the Millennials.
For this website, our main focus will be on media related to those whose childhood was mainly in the seventies, those who came of age in the eighties and the young adults in the nineties. We also understand and respect the fact that many folks who are considered Xennial refer to themselves as Gen X. We consider this group to be a sub generation of Gen X, so there will postings designed to reach this audience as well. If they prefer to call themselves Gen X, that is fine with us.
What do you think? Do you agree with the starting point being 1965 or should it go lower? Do you agree that Xennials are the middle ground between X and the Millennials and that there is a difference between the three?
Thanks for checking out us out. Our site will go back and review the films, TV shows and music of the Gen X era. We also plan to have some celebrity interviews in the near future. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates.