Devil5052 wrote:I was born in late 1946 & I don't mind the "Baby Boomer" nametag. (My Grandsons can't believe there was really no TV when I was born!.....hobbling back to the rocking chair now.. )
Realistically speaking, the term "Sixties Generation" probably wouldn't apply to everyone who was born from '46 to '64. But I was born in the '50's and grew up in the '60's. And I can tell you there isn't a better term to characterize people of my age.