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:<span style=color:#585858>"Generations" are arbitrary. They're just labels we use to obliquely talk about cultural trends.</span>
 
:<span style=color:#585858>"Generations" are arbitrary. They're just labels we use to obliquely talk about cultural trends.</span>
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:2144-2161 Generation Ξ©
 
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:2360-2378 Star Trek: The Next Generation  
 
:2360-2378 Star Trek: The Next Generation  
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Title text: For a while it looked like the Paperclip Machines would destroy us, since they wanted to turn the whole universe into paperclips, but they abruptly lost interest in paperclips the moment their parents' generation got into making them, too.
  
 
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