A while ago I "discovered" the Linus Tech Tips channel on youtube. Last week I wanted to reference a specific part of a video to a friend and really needed to put some effort into it to find it again (the correct video and then the correct time in that video). So why not 'document' it here...
The video I was looking for was the She should've studied - ROG RIG Reboot 2020 at about 12:26. Linus starts talking about "rolling" and she doesn't get it at all. He is referencing the lyrics to the song "Rollin'" by Limp Bizkit, whos frontman is Fred Durst. I immediately got the 'hint' and the song started playing in my mind.
During the course of the video, you already got the gist she is quite a bit younger than Linus. Then it hit me. Linus and I are about the same age, so we probably had a similar exposure in songs and types of music. Songs (and lyrics) which are well known to us, can be completely unknown to younger generations (e.g. there is a generational gap). It is not something bad, it is just something I am starting to be more aware of (as I'm getting older).
Note: Let me be clear here, I'm not trying to bash or humiliate the girl in the video. I think she's brave by taking part in a public youtube video in a popular youtube video channel.