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You’ve no doubt been subjected to piles of weird think pieces on “Gen Y” and “millennials” and how they aren’t into cars anymore, because cell phones. You’ve trudged through quotes from 45-year-old consultants who get paid to tell 60-year-old executives how to sell things to 20-year-olds — then you look around and…