Baby Boomers vs. Millennials

Baby Boomers vs. Millennials


Welcome to the show. I’m Ellen and like many of you,
I am a baby boomer. We are the generation that grew
up drinking from garden hoses and drinking orange Tang and
drinking from our parent’s liquor cabinet. [LAUGH] Baby boomers were
born between 1946 and 1964. They call us that because
after the World War II, there was a boom of babies being born. People were like, we lived through
the war, let’s make whoopee. And-
>>[LAUGHING]>>For you millennials, making whoopee is like Netflix and chill.>>[LAUGHING] [APPLAUSE]
>>That’s what it is. [APPLAUSE]
But they were married.>>[LAUGH]
>>That’s the difference. [APPLAUSE] So, millennials were
born between 1982 and 2004. These are people who will
never know the joy of using the end of a pencil to dial the phone. Do you remember that?>>[LAUGH]
>>You would actually>>[APPLAUSE] We’re back. I have some news for baby boomers,
we are not the majority any more. A new census says that millennials
have over taken us, and I know this because a 20 year old staff
member read it to me form the internet. [APPLAUSE]
>>So, I want to play a little game. I am gonna test the knowledge between
baby boomers and millennials and see how well they know each other. Tracy Woods and Chantelle Miller,
where are you two? [APPLAUSE] All right, so I’m gonna ask you
questions about the other generation and we’ll see how well y’all know each other,
okay?>>Okay.>>All right,
we’re gonna start with the baby boomer. What does, and don’t help, anybody,
because we want to see how much she knows. Okay.
>>What does yolo mean?>>Yolo.
[LAUGH]>>What do you think it means?>>It’s an icon on the text messaging. [LAUGH]
>>No. [LAUGH]
>>No, no.>>No.>>Okay, all right,
>>You only live once.>>Okay.
>>Yolo, yeah.>>I knew that.>>Yeah, I know you know it.>>Yeah [LAUGH]
>>You’re just getting started.>>That’s right.>>Yeah. What is your name?>>Shantel.>>And you are?>>Tracey.>>All right. So Shantel name all four Beatles. [LAUGH]
>>Actually, Paul McCartney.>>That’s one. [LAUGH]
John Lennon?>>Yes.
>>Really?>>Yes.>>Yes.
>>I didn’t know that.>>Yeah.>>Boy, clearly I did.>>Yeah, you did. Two others.>>My gosh.>>No clue.>>No, Michael? No, not Michael Jackson. I don’t know. [INAUDIBLE] But
he did a song with Paul McCartney. He did Ebony and Ivory, remember that.>>I do remember that, no i dont. I dont think so.>>[LAUGH]
>>Alright, so there was Ringo. And then there was George Harrison.>>Okay, ill have to go.>>[LAUGH]
>>I’ll go look them up.>>[APPLAUSE]
>>Yeah, they were a good band.>>They were, they were.>>They wrote a lot of songs,
they were really really>>They were great.>>All right Tracey on tender what would
you do if you really, really, really, really like someone?>>If I really, really,
really like someone. Mm, I’d send them a great
picture of my face. [LAUGH] [SOUND] Sign it Tinder,
let me see.>>[LAUGH]
>>Do you know what Tinder is?>>Not really. [LAUGH]
>>[LAUGH]>>It’s a dating app. Okay.>>Okay!
>>What would she do if she really, really, really?>>Super like. Swipe up.>>Yeah.>>Okay.
>>You can only super like, but you can only do it once every 24 hours or
something.>>That’s it?
Okay.>>You can’t like too many people.>>[LAUGH]
>>All right. Who can turn on the world on with a smile?>>You can.
>>Yes I can. [APPLAUSE]
You do!>>[APPLAUSE]
>>Come on everybody, sing it with me. [MUSIC]
Who can turn the world on with a smile?>>See, I know the song.>>Yeah, all right.>>[LAUGH]
>>Mary Tyler Moore. Mary Tyler Moore.>>Yes!
Okay. [LAUGH]
>>All right. What show had the character Aunt Bee? Andy? Andy? I’m high. [LAUGH]
>>No.>>Andy Griffith Show. Have you ever heard of that?>>Yeah. Yes.>>It’s hard to whistle. We were so patient. We would listen to a theme
song that was a whistle. That’s how. Yes. That’s how we work. All right.
And that’s all. But you know what,
you’re gonna win something. You have 55 inch TCL 4K Roku TV. [APPLAUSE]

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