Ok, I promise this is the last time I'll write about this.
Until the next time, at least.
Seriously, while I may be, as an anonymous commenter suggested, in the minority concerning my opinion of Justice League: Generation Lost #10, I am most certainly not alone. As I discovered a couple of days ago, at least one other netizen out there in cyber-land happened to detect, shall we say, a marked lack of activity in that issue, or, as I say in my original post: ABSOLUTELY FREAKIN' NOTHING HAPPENS!!
The webmaster of the site Boosterific! expresses a similar sentiment in his overview of JL:GL #10. He says, "...most characters spend the issue's 22 pages talking about their emotions..." and the issue features "...precious little action..."
If you're a Booster Gold fan, and you've got a few moments, or hours, to spare, I'd recommend poking around the rest of the site. Boosterific! is a virtual shrine to the Corporate Crusader. The centerpiece of the site is a Booster Gold time line organizing every single comic book appearance of the character into a coherent, linear sequence. There are also profiles of the major writers and artists associated with Booster, and basically just about everything you could possibly want to know about Booster Gold.