I do like these ever so clever articles that pinpoint as yet undiscovered sub tribes and social milieu.
There's one in the Spectator this week about The Jam Generation. Given I spent some crucial years of my youth as a fully paid up member of The Jam Army, I was intrigued.
Sadly, it just points out that loads of politicians are about my age. So what? Cameron and Osborne were on the wrong side in Eton Rifles. I clearly remember Jam gigs from 1979 to 1982 and it was like being at a football match. I just can't imagine Ruth Kelly and Yvette Cooper being part of that.
It was also very working class too and very non-political. So I just can't see the earnest Millibands and Nick Clegg there at all. Caroline Flint maybe, she sounds a bit Wellerish and is about the right age (46), and quite an unlikely looking politician.
But as the great man once said:
And as it was in the beginning, so shall it be in the end
That bullshit is bullshit, it just goes by different names