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Brian Jones missed them.     The 70s and 80s too.

I just miss the world prior to 9/11

My fav was Salami Spice

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I sort of feel bad for being straight with Miser because he's obviously mentally ill.

Not mentally ill in the "cool" way he thinks, but in that unsettling creepy way that makes people get up and sit somewhere else on the train way.

 

I'd say I feel sorry for him, but he sticks his chin out for it.

 

 

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I do in a way. I got to live a good 10-14 years before the Internet fully kicked in, life wasn't ruled by social media & people with heads buried in mobile phones, I was 5 when 1990 began...I witnessed the birth of TMNT, me & my friends would go out & walk, and just hang out & chase tail and have fun. 

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11 hours ago, Pappa FAT said:

miser can i have some of your drugs? 

If you can afford a little more then I would advise you to ask the drugs which @wasted has, but well on the other hand I go like why waste so much money when both of their drugs will just fry up your brain. 

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Lighten up a bit people.

 

The 90s were a lot of fun, I remember them fondly. I was 8-18 during that decade, so I have lots of experiences and milestones during those years.

 

Fun times.

 

Then the internet came and everything went to shit.

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7 hours ago, bacardimayne said:

he's not wrong about the music/surviving culture of the era though

david lee roth and high reverb

gnr and star wars are about the only things from that entire decade that aren't shit

 He is very wrong 😃

 

You could say the 60s were all Beatles, Stones, Cream, Yardbirds, The Who, Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Doors...or you could say it was all rubbish pop like yummy yummy yummy or Nimoy's Bilbo Baggins.

 

Ultimately the decade(s) you grew up and spent your formative years in will be the ones you become nostalgic for.

 

Using this, and just off the top of my head, the 80s had:

*WWF

*Slasher movie franchises like Friday the 13th and Nightmare On Elm Street

*Action movies like Rambo, Predator etc

*All the good Stephen King stories

*All the good cartoons

*Outstanding TV shows like the A Team and Knight Rider

*No mobile phones

*No internet and no internet know it all faggots like Miser

*80s mainstream pop music

 

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Doctor Dom said:

 He is very wrong 😃

 

You could say the 60s were all Beatles, Stones, Cream, Yardbirds, The Who, Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Doors...or you could say it was all rubbish pop like yummy yummy yummy or Nimoy's Bilbo Baggins.

 

Ultimately the decade(s) you grew up and spent your formative years in will be the ones you become nostalgic for.

 

Using this, and just off the top of my head, the 80s had:

*WWF

*Slasher movie franchises like Friday the 13th and Nightmare On Elm Street

*Action movies like Rambo, Predator etc

*All the good Stephen King stories

*All the good cartoons

*Outstanding TV shows like the A Team and Knight Rider

*No mobile phones

*No internet and no internet know it all faggots like Miser

*80s mainstream pop music

 

 

 

 

 

 

All of that plus John Hughes movies which for an average American like me of similar age to the characters in said movies hold a special place in our lives to this day

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Wish I was born in the 1990s though. Still have some kickass memories from 2004-2005 as I was born in 2000. I remember no internet, Snake game, riding in old cars w no seatbelt and having toys instead of smartphones and Internet.

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8 hours ago, bacardimayne said:

what i associate each decade with

 

10s - the titanic

20s - hats

30s - prohibition, the wizard of oz

40s - world war 2, the great reset

50s - boomers, barber shops, elvis

60s - weed, acid, brian jones

70s - the eagles, station wagons with faux wood interior, disco, mustaches and ELO

80s - the drum sound in black sabbath - headless cross, pat benetar, cyndi lauper, hair spray

90s - wcw nwo logo aesthetic, attitude era wrestling in general, the simpsons, game boys, pokemon cards, alt rock

00s - ugly fonts, bad web design, timbaland and gwen stefani

10s - twitter culture, donald trump, jewish oppression

20s - corona, fat, shit

90s had portable CD players, colorful nylon Adidas tracksuits(fuck, how I hate that material) and first Nokia phones w Snake. Still have some old shit at home, that is fascinating

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1 minute ago, bacardimayne said:

90s cartoons were better

also lol at the a-team being "outstanding"

He Man and the MOTU

Transformers

Inspector Gadget

Danger Mouse

Bananaman

GI JOE

Robotech

Chuck Norris Karate Commandos

Rambo

Robocop

Muppet Babies

Duck Tales

Duckula

Gummi Bears

Snorks

Thundercats

Lion Voltron

TMNT

 

VS

 

Toxic Crusaders

Batman

X Men

Animaniacs

 

(The A Team/Knight Rider bit was a joke)

 

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57 minutes ago, Słash said:

If you can afford a little more then I would advise you to ask the drugs which @wasted has, but well on the other hand I go like why waste so much money when both of their drugs will just fry up your brain. 

My posts are a drug and there’s no antidote. 

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16 minutes ago, Doctor Dom said:

(The A Team/Knight Rider bit was a joke)

Especially since everybody knows that The Fall Guy was the best show of the 80's for the opening credits and the theme tune alone. 

 

 

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This bickering is pointless.

 

No one time or period was any better than any other.

 

My dad still sits around and talks about how awesome the 50s were.

 

The time we remember the most fondly is the time WE WERE YOUNG.   We are longing for our YOUTH, that's all.  My childhood wasn't awesome because I had Transformers toys, which were cool and all...it was awesome cause I was a CHILD.

 

I do think that something was irreparably fractured after 9-11 though.  America has never been the same.  Social media and smartphone addiction is bad, but the constant state of fear and anxiety we live with everyday started on 9-11.

 

We are currently living through the genesis of 9-11 part 2.   This covid thing is going to destroy what little happiness that exists in the world.  As I said before, I feel the worst for families with very young children.  This is no world to grow up in.

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