I thought I was in the same generation as my siblings. But according to Jennifer Finney Boylan, a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times, my three remaining younger siblings are Jonesers. As an aside, I am a non contributing opinion writer for The New York Times. Wandering back on topic, Generation Jones describes the second half of the Baby Boomer generation, those born around 1954-1965. Generations are shrinking in inverse proportion to the actual time from birth to parenthood. The Jonesers want to be free from the Baby Boomer stereotype, so they have opted for their own unique stereotype. Well, not so unique. Kind of like how each new generation dresses and grooms exactly the same because they are all non conforming to their parental units. I do not think my siblings even know they are Jonesers. But then we are a generation apart, so I do not know that much about them. I am actually part of another subgroup seceding from the Baby Boomers. Why would we want to be called babies? The Narcissist Generation began with Donald Trump’s birth on June 14, 1946 and lasted through August 20, 1947, when a vaccine was finally discovered by Dr. Spock. Babies born after me nursed on Vulcan Juice and allegedly avoided the consequences of the Narcissism Pandemic (NOVID-18). I do not actually know for sure because I am focused entirely on myself.