I am absolutely humbled by the depth of Legion knowledge that I've seen on this board. Never expected that. Ya gotta admit pre-Zero Hour LSH continuity is a little obscure at this point.
I can't believe I'm reading this. While I'm sure you don't intend to, you're coming across as rather condescending and ageist, definitely ageist. I've been reading comics since 1973, which is when I learned to read; before that I made my father read them to me as bedtime stories. My parents bought me my first computer in 1981, because they were a) rich and indulgent, b) spotted the wave of the future coming. I've been on the Internet since 1991 and it was well established by that point. I'm by no means alone, on this comm or in real life. Probably a good third of this comm is made up of over-40s and we have more than a few over-60s as well. The reason statements like this are so offensive is that it assumes that at some point in our lives, we're supposed to chuck all of our hobbies and personalities on the pile, forget everything we knew, and become Desperate Housewives-watching mundanes who can't set their TiVOs and have mysteriously forgotten how to check their emails (which would be really bad because I'm the one who taught my niece how to set up her firewall - not the other way around.) It reinforces the myth that comics readers are irresponsible basement dwellers with no lives. Neither of these myths are true and this comm is a perfect example of that.
That's all I have to say on the subject. I'm going to try to enjoy your posts because they are Legion and I love me some Legion (all except the Threeboot)