Has anyone else heard the radio ad from Bloomberg? It starts out with a female voice that sounds about college age, asking questions about whether you think you will have to solve all the problems created by older generations. Then she suggests that people call in some number to give their ideas for solutions. At the end, Mike Bloomberg's voice comes on and he approves the message. Why can't he suggest that people call in and thank the older generations for the problems that they solved? Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan? Check. Polio vaccine and penicillin? Check. The USSR and the imminent threat of nuclear war? Check. Clean water and clean air? Check. High inflation? Check. Best economy in the world? Check. Mobile telephones and the internet? You're welcome. A little gratitude would go a long way. Is Bloomberg that far out of his element that he can't come up with ideas on his own (or with his advisors)? Does he not want to hear what people over the age of 30 have to say? Does he realize that he is in one of those older generations that has created all these "problems"? It seems like his "age warfare" is no more uplifting than Hillary's (and Warren's) class warfare. Do young people really think that Bloomberg is going to listen to every caller's idea? The whole idea of it seems very amateurish and a snow-job on gullible college students.