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    Exclamation Generation Gap!

    I have heard this word many times with my children and other young kids, if any thing is not done their way, it end up with this word.

    This would be really very interesting topic for discussion, may be some solution can come up

    Friends your views and comments.

    G!

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    I think the solution is for the kids to move out and start supporting themselves.

    Once they do that, understanding seems to become much easier for them!

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    Generation Gap is the glory(!) of modern science & technology, and life style. We've passed our stone age, iron age......and now electron age(!) has made our young generation digital and old generation backdated. Matter of sorrow, new gen seldom realize the value of prev gen.

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    Agree with you Diesel that young generation must acknowledge the value of their elders. This phrase is commonly used at the end of any argument or discussion which result in a disagreement between older and younger generation.



    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel View Post
    Generation Gap is the glory(!) of modern science & technology, and life style. We've passed our stone age, iron age......and now electron age(!) has made our young generation digital and old generation backdated. Matter of sorrow, new gen seldom realize the value of prev gen.

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    Defination:
    [Refference :Bluecheri worldwide dictionary]

    Generation gap is the word often used when two people have different view points about a particular thing and they have no one to blame it on

  6. Its just the changing of the times. I'am just 41 years old and I see a big generation gap in the last 20 years. Its like the whole world has changed in just a few short years.

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