The good thing about Gen X-ers and now Millennials becoming an ever-growing portion of Congress means fewer out-of-touch Baby Boomers and Silent Generation folks who still think video games are this newfangled thing that rots kids' brains and even turn them into violent psychopaths. In 30 years, pretty much everyone in Congress will have grown up with video games. This would, I hope, entail that legislation intended to address video game violence (like, say, making ESRB ratings carry the force of law) will finally cease to be a thing.
The bad thing is that it reminds me how old I am. I was old enough to run for President in the 2016 election, and there are 26 people younger than me serving in the U.S. House of Representatives. 40 is just over 13 months away. The Reaper keeps sending me reminders that I'm approaching the halfway point.