Nope. I think that it's lack of discipline from apathetic parents (thanks, Dr Spock)<br />
Excess gratuitous violence on TV, No gun safety training as a child (no hunting culture in families anymore) and the first person, kill-kill-kill video games that kids put there nose into for hours at a time. One thing I DO know; guns are not the problem.
You are aware that your generation was the first dubbed the "me" generation, right? Also, Gen X had far more murderers and violent criminals, with violent crime and the murder rate peaking in 1992.
Eh, forgive the smartassed answer. I think the truth is more complicated, as is the generational issue; my experience growing up in the very backward rural south is likely a lot different than someone who grew up in LA. As for the shooting issue, I don't know. This one seems a bit of an anomaly, shooting up a kindergarten, especially his mother's workplace.
Inb4 "something, something its this political party's fault!"
No, it's a product of an insane person living in an insane society.
my thoughts are with the families affected by this awful tragedy and i hope they can find peace soon