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9 definitions by demographic-man

 
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"Baby Boomer resentment" is a term used to describe the growing feeling of resentment among "Millennials" that they are working to pay for the Social Security and Medicare of Baby Boomers, but they are paying into a system that will be bankrupt and gone by the time they are old enough to retire and have the same benefits. They feel they will be robbed. . . . . . . {The Millennial Generation (or Millennials), also known as Generation Y, describes the demographic group following Generation X. Since there are no exact dates (as of 2011) for when the Millennial Generation starts and ends, commentators have used birth dates ranging somewhere from the mid-1970s to the early 2000s. Members of this generation are also called Echo Boomers, due to the significant increase in birth rates through the 1980s and into the 1990s, and because many of them are children of Baby Boomers}. . . . . . . {A Baby Boomer is a person who was born during the demographic Post-World War II baby boom, from 1946 to 1964}.
Minnennial speaking: "I have 'Baby Boomer resentment' because I'm going to be working all of my life to pay for millions of retired Baby Boomers and when I am old enough to retire there won't be any Social Security or Medicare for me."
by Demographic-man June 11, 2011
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To be shot and killed by your own child with the gun that you bought for protection.
"My friend bought a gun to protect his home, but his kid got ahold of it and Nancy Lanza-ed him! Poor guy, he would have been better off if he had never bought the gun!"
by Demographic-man December 17, 2012
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"Bash mob" is a term used to describe the disturbing new trend beginning in the year 2011 for people to assemble suddenly in a public place to attack innocent people, then disperse. "Bash mobs" are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral e-mails, similiar to "flash mobs." Bash mobs are similar to flash mobs, except bash mobs are violent, causing innocent people to be injured or killed and also in the mayhem sometimes causing property damage . . . . . . . {A "flash mob" is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and sometimes seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment and/or satire. Flash mobs are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral e-mails. The term "flash mob", coined in 2003, is generally not applied to events and performances organized for the purposes of politics (such as protests), commercial advertisement, publicity stunts that involve public relation firms, or paid professionals}.
News reporter: "There has been an increase in bash mobs recently and the Chicago Police are working hard to stop this trend."
by demographic-man June 13, 2011
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"Flash rob" is a term used to describe the troubling new trend beginning in the first decade of the 21st century where many people suddenly rush into a store simultaneously and quickly steal merchandise, then flee. "Flash robs" are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral e-mails, similar to "flash mobs." Flash robs are similar to flash mobs, except flash robs are specifically for the purpose of robbing a store of its merchandise. . . . . . . . {A "flash mob" is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and sometimes seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment and/or satire. Flash mobs are organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral e-mails. The term "flash mob", coined in 2003, is generally not applied to events and performances organized for the purposes of politics (such as protests), commercial advertisement, publicity stunts that involve public relation firms, or paid professionals}.
News anchor: "There has been an increase in flash robs recently and the police are working hard to stop this trend."

Store owner: "Those damn kids flash-robbed me last night and stole about $1000 of merchandise in less than 60 seconds!"
by demographic-man December 20, 2013
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A "pornam" is a porn amateur. (pronounced PORN-am) A "pornam" is someone who is photographed or videoed being nude or having sex, but they are not famous like a very small number of porn stars.

In past decades, porn was almost exclusively acted by a very small number of porn stars. There were very few AMATEUR photos or films. The reason was that there was NO PLACE where you could legally get the film developed. Today, since there are digital cameras, you don't need to get FILM developed: videos and images are instantly available and once it gets on the internet, it stays there forever. (The reason is that you can make an infinite number of copies without losing quality.)

There are still a few porn stars who are famous presently, but the millions of other people you see in X-rated photos and videos on the internet are AMATEUR porn actors or models, or "pornams." They are not stars.
Guy 1: “Hey, what do you call somebody who is in one of those amateur porn videos on the internet? A porn star?”

Guy 2: “No, they’re just regular people. They’re pornams.”
by Demographic-man January 10, 2013
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A "pornam" is a porn amateur. (pronounced PORN-am) A "pornam" is someone who is photographed or videoed being nude or having sex, but they are not famous like a very small number of porn stars.

In past decades, porn was almost exclusively acted by a very small number of porn stars. There were very few AMATEUR photos, films or videos. The reason was that there was NO PLACE where amateurs could LEGALLY get photographic film developed. Today, since there are digital cameras, you don't need to get FILM developed: videos and images are instantly available and once it gets on the Internet, it stays there forever. (The reason is that you can make an infinite number of copies without losing quality.)

There are still a few porn stars who are famous presently, but the millions of other people you see in X-rated photos and videos on the internet are AMATEUR porn actors or models, or "pornams." They are not stars.
Guy 1: “Hey, what do you call somebody who is in one of those amateur porn videos on line? A porn star?”

Guy 2: “No, they’re just regular people. They’re pornams.”
by demographic-man December 20, 2013
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"Cyberattack" is a term used to describe when some person or group intentionally hacks into the computer network of a corporation, government or individual to steal data, delete data, infect programs with a computer virus, manipulate operations or shut down operations. A cyberattack may be considered an act of war.
News anchor: "The U.S. Government was hit with a cyberattack today."
by demographic-man June 17, 2011
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