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Why do I, demographically a part of "'Gen X," feel so unsure about what I just read? Maybe because of Lakshmi Chaudhry's painful prose, which favors "hip' jargon, quotes of interlocutors that amount to little more than soundbites and an extremely annoying use of the royal "we." I resent having my politics (mis)represented in such an inaccurate, and poorly written, account. For next time, maybe less self-aggrandizement about "our" generation and a little more substance or analytical depth. The essence of this article is two, three paragraphs tops.

From the "I'm Voting for Frank Zappa as a Write-In Candidate, Just Like Back in '92" Generation,