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boomer

Drug slang
A regional term for psilocybin/psilocin.
 
Vox populi
Baby boomer, see there.
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"While marketers should keep their eyes on Gen Z and millennials, they shouldn't abandon Gen X and boomers. According to research from Epsilon, Gen X and boomers combined still have almost triple the buying power of the younger generations," said Theresa McEndree, vice president of marketing at Blackhawk Network.
Resuming on Thursday, the Boomers pulled within 4-2 in the fourth inning after Brock Carpenter doubled with two outs and Connor Oliver followed with a run-scoring triple.
"Shooting the Breeze With Baby Boomer Stars!" reveals trade secrets never before exposed to the general public as stars chat about being on set for Animal House, Star Trek, Leave it to Beaver, and more.
If you have noted as of now, the millennial generation does not come after the baby boomers. These two generations are actually separated by generation X, but the passage from boomers to gen xers was seen as a gradual one.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show that a higher proportion of World War One baby boomers remained childless compared to those who came after them.
r aby Nearly a fifth (18 per cent) of World War One baby boomers smoked at the age of 70.
The study showed that most Americans are still not overly concerned with password protection, although baby boomers are more diligent than millennials.
Not only that, more boomers think they can determine their post-work expenses and have the tools to figure out the retirement puzzle.
Samuel, a blogger for Psychology Today, leads a consultancy called Boomers 3.0.
New data released by the Indexed Annuity Leadership Council shows that many baby boomers aren't financially prepared for retirement -- they have little saved, are consumed about lifetime income options and don't know how much money they need to live comfortably.
One of the more prevalent and interesting statistics I've come across in my first month at Retirement Advisor is that 10,000 baby boomers reach retirement age every day.
Despite their numbers, which peaked at 78.8 million in 1999, Baby Boomers today are largely being overlooked by many companies.