I've lost count on degenerations. Babyboomers, X, Y,... to me pretty much all after Gen X and Millenials are the same soup. They don't wear jewelry? They wear trinkets, cheap bronze and titanium jewelry. The smart watches are like GPS-tracking handcuffs. They used to "tag" felons with them, but now people willing "tag" themselves. Youngsters nowadays are the dumbsters: - I met a bunch who were so excited about "not owning, but renting" (e.g. apartments), but it's actually numb and dumb not owning a home (think about a collapse or what happens if you get sick or lose your job), many have no clue about the benefits of owning your own place - "it's so much fun" living with Uber, Airbnb: businesses built on "not owning anything" - they pay with their phones, "'cause it's so kool" and have no idea what "value" is or what it's like to hold it physically, so the expression "if you don't hold it, you don't own it" means nothing to them - they buy the latest iPhone on credit - they live on credit like they're breathing on air and they just sell themselves like financial prostitutes, so that they can pay the bills the rest of their lives (buy now, serve, serve, serve to pay it off...) Young tattooed emos with a shampoo smile, wearing digital tag-watches will laugh you down to the ground when they hear that you're stacking silver coins. "Silver? Do you also collect stamps and listen to the Beatles? You must be so old!"