Chernobyl GenerationFirst of all, starting with the number encoded in the bar-code, it's the date 26 April 1986, the day when the 4th reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant exploded during a test (or so they say), mainly because of design flaws, lack of proper communication and a deficient safety culture, derived, in my opinion, from the Russian avos' mentality. Let it be a life-long reminder that Quality Assurance and independent validation are not matters that can be ignored and which must be imperatively enforced.
My identification with the "Chernobyl Generation" is by no means one of victimization, but then again, a reminder that action is due to counter the traces that it may have left.
A statement of individuality
At least a bit ironical, and at most an intended absurdity - wearing a bar-code/number combination (which usually are to be found printed on identical items, produced in series) is meant to emphasize by contradiction the individuality of each. That despite being labeled and numbered - each and every one of us is an unique specimen and not just another variable in a government statistic.
Skinhead?Technically, yes. But besides the practical aspect of the ultra-short haircut, there's nothing more to it for me. I am not inclining to neither Fa nor Antifa, and I'm not even fond of their preferred musical genres.
Ideologically speaking, I incline towards social-liberal political views and I totally am racially indifferent (we're all African deep down at our roots, by the way).