We twenty-somethings... what are we? What sort of media cattle-brand do we sport? Does the "burn" (so to speak) look "cool" (so to speak) on our "skin" (so to speak)? I arrived at an article in this month's issue of Conscious Choice Magazine and found the answers to this short list of questions concerning which of the generation buzz-tags we (early to mid) twenty-somethings have the gift of lugging around. First of all, I'd like to say that Conscious Choice is a really great (and really FREE) publication that can be found around Chicago. If you can't track it down, check my favorite coffee hood. Here's the article. Now, in spite of the fact that Tom Tresser has a tendency to reach a little bit in order to scrounge up a profile for those of us between 15 and 25, we have arrived. We're Millennials. Isn't that great? Not only does Millennial connotate a cool futuristic and disposable plasticity, but it also gives the upper hand of endless publication title possibilities for trend marketing specialists and aspiring evangelist writers scrapping quickly to pen the next "how to reach a confused generation" book. If you're reading this and have it in your mind to be one of these writers, consider titles such as "ME-llennials: Subversive Micro-Marketing to Young Consumers in Search of P.C. Individuality" or possibly... for the evangelically and acronymically advanced memoirist, "M.I.L.L.E.N.N.I.A.L.S.(My Identity: Living Life Embracing Now. Non-Intentional Attempts at Loving the Savior)". But seriously though... what do you think about Tresser's assessment? Good? Fair? Just? Speak now, or forever hold your socially-responsible, groupthink focused, internet savvy peace.