overly politically correct world there are more than enough nutritional, workout, New Age, scientific, and psychological programs espousing how the Boomer generation is staying young & fit and push back senior citizenhood. With respect to looking older, aging gracefully is acceptable; feeling your chronological age is not. At least publicly, the media is loath to state that someone is old unless they’re overyears ‘young’.Nonetheless, I’ve noticed an unusual trend when we passed from the 20th century. Watch video in link below
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century. The media has distorted or bent time by making the Boomer generation look like the lost tribe from an ancient civilization recently discovered by Indiana Jones. This simple method is nefarious and is, in a twisted way, psychologically damaging to those Boomers who are successfully striving to stay relevant in a young person’s world.Nowadays when the media reports on events during thes, the films and photos are frequently in black & white. Color visuals were the norm during that period yet the media, in order to evoke a distant past, consistently uses this method. This is especially true when comparing an architectural or social scene side-by-side from that period. Each time the media references an iconic venue that no longer.