GenX, it seems, is easily the most frustrated, pissed-off generation of all, hands down. But the math in this article threw me. For a couple of decades I’ve had it fixed in my head that boomers were born from 1946 to 1964, GenXers were born from ’64 to somewhere in the late ’70 to early ’80s, and that GenYers (i.e., digitally conversant, less-pissed-off children of boomers) began popping out in the mid ’80s. (Kids born in the early ’80s have no tag — they’re wanderers.) And that GenD — kids born into wifi, Playstation3, iPhones, big-screen plasmas and LCDs — began appearing in the late ’90s or post-9/11.