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T-Mobile has just announced "Binge On," a deal that gives customers unlimited access to Netflix, HBO Go, ESPN, Showtime, and video from most other huge media brands (but not You Tube! It’s just like T-Mobile’s "Music Freedom" promotion, which gives customers unlimited high-speed data, as long as they’re listening to music from Spotify, Google Play Music, or one of T-Mobile’s other partners.
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Well, yeah, but then so is every other generation, which is why noted demographer Tom Brokaw was able to name Depression babies “the Greatest Generation” without surveying every generation since the dawn of man. Take the godforsaken Baby Boomers, enjoyers of unprecedented economic prosperity and destroyers of the middle class: they are a vile sort, the heart and soul of the American ideal that everyone can and should pull themselves up by their bootstraps, the people in the driver’s seat when that Great American Car started drifting right because they forgot to get the alignment checked at 50,000 miles, and subsequently tanked both the American auto industry and the economy as a whole, globally. But the thing is, I have a friend, a sexagenarian who still thinks “sexagenarian” is funny and was born in a displaced persons camp in Germany following World War II, who very much grew up in the economic Narnia of post-war America, benefiting from a United States where it was no big thing to hoist yourself up by your bootstraps because someone had, inexplicably, turned down the gravity for a decade or so.