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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #50 on: 26 Jan 2009, 12:29 »

I was born in '89 so I only barely remember most of the '90s. But man the '90s were awesome. Red Ranger was totally the coolest ever.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #51 on: 26 Jan 2009, 12:29 »

I cannot hear you, I am listening to "This is my truth, tell me yours" on my personal cassette walkman because I am 10 and THERE'S A BLAAAACK DOG ON MY SHOOOOUOOOUUUULLDER, LICKING MY NEEEECK AND PRETENDING TO BEEEE MYYYY FRIIIIEND...

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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #52 on: 26 Jan 2009, 12:29 »

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Christ, what have I done.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #53 on: 26 Jan 2009, 12:34 »

dear kris,

i only just now realized that your avatar is not a mangled duck head.

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« Reply #54 on: 26 Jan 2009, 12:43 »

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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #55 on: 26 Jan 2009, 12:50 »

This is kind of a terrible list thread of what I imagine people 20 years from now will jokingly talk about the 90s being popular for. Some of the posters in this thread had not entered the first grade by the time 2000 came.

Are there really anyone in the forums born in 94? That makes me feel old, and I can't even buy beer without lying.

Bah, the nineties? I would just be making custom maps on Age of Empires 1 again and again and again, never really playing them, just making utopia. For hundreds of hours. I wonder how the hell that has affected me.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #56 on: 26 Jan 2009, 13:05 »

dear kris,

i only just now realized that your avatar is not a mangled duck head.

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Dear yelley,

Ahaha, thanks for making me laugh.

love,
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #57 on: 26 Jan 2009, 13:06 »

so here is what i think, because i know you all care, if you didn't make it to high school/teenage years in the decade in question, you are not a product of that decade. when the late nineties/early noughties nostalgia pops up, i'll be back for that maybe.

I dunno, I mean I was 1-11 during the 90's, but I remember quite about about it..mostly the cartoons, toys, and pop music. When I read about the 90's, it's not like I'm reading about the 60's or even the 80's as some past time. It's the decade I was raised and I was formed by the popular culture of the era. I think that makes me a "product" of the 90's.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #58 on: 26 Jan 2009, 13:07 »

Oh shit, Pope John XV just died.

I hope he doesn't get replaced with a filthy German.

(Spoiler alert: He does.)
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #59 on: 26 Jan 2009, 13:34 »

Music I actually listened to in the 90s

1990-1998 or so- whatever the radio was put on, usually the hip-hop station
1999-2000: The Backstreet Boys

I was so unhip.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #60 on: 26 Jan 2009, 13:54 »

My nineties was hellsof weird but even I remember the Spice Girls.

We just had an Ofsted inspection and the headteacher ripped up a boy's Pokemon cards! She is so mean!

(I was nine when the 90s ended, I think, or ten? How long is a decade? (I know how long a decade is.))
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #61 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:09 »

My musical tastes in the ninties

1991-1997 - Barney the Dinosaur and other theme songs for childrens shows.

1997-2000 - The theme songs to childrens shows like Arthur. And backstreet boys cause they were that cool when you were 9 years old.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #62 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:13 »

Fuck you all, I'm gonna go play some fucking Ocarina of Time. For days

Wait what I kind of do this like a lot.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #63 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:13 »

Like over the summer I just played Star Fox 64 every day for two weeks. It got sort of boring.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #64 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:16 »

Guys, I am almost 10 years old, and I have killed Robo-Hitler. Oh, Wolfenstein, how I loved thee.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #65 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:19 »

Okay guys, the question to settle everything in the world once in for all-

Backstreet Boys or N*Sync?

Personally, if you think that N*Sync is rad, you also think Hitler is rad.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #66 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:26 »

I remember I used to write "*NSync sucks" lots of places, because the Backstreet Boys were, of course, the bestest ever.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #67 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:32 »

Yeah, but as far as Grunge was founded as an opposition to the rock mainstream

I think the more appropriate phrase would be "as an alternative to.." because 'grunge' was a marketing ploy which existed solely to sell records.

THIS. Like with any music scene, the whole thing was an organic process that became categorized after the fact. It wasn't some organized attempt to shit on earlier music like some punk artists did. I mean, hell, the guys from Pearl Jam pretty much openly jerk off to Neil Young on stage. Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains is one of the few grunge artists who gets even a shred of respect from the metal community, although it's more for his respect and deference to the genre than for his contributions. That said, songs like We Die Young have as much in common with Pantera & Black Sabbath dirges as they do with anything Cobain did. Soundgarden was basically noise rock crossed with Led Zeppelin. Frankly, if there was any contempt for the rock scene, it seemed aimed at the lyrical content and lunkheaded macho idiocy espoused by groups like Motley Crue, not at rock or even metal in general.

So yeah, I'd say "grunge" lacks legs, but only because it's a narrow, artificial label that segregates grunge from the wider angry-young-men-with-guitars style of music for no good reason.


P.S.

I left out talk of Nirvana because Kurt Cobain was a miserable young man strung out on heroin and dumb enough to marry Courtney Love. While he showed contempt for his contemporaries on several occasions, I don't really think he had any real plans in mind when he first picked up a guitar. Even if he did, it's rather a stretch to apply his mindset to all the other bands that grew out of the same scene.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #68 on: 26 Jan 2009, 14:56 »

Yeah, but my point still stands (in fact, I think it's enhanced). Whether originally setting out to reform the mainstream of rock, or simply offer an alternative, the so called "Grunge" movement did change the mainstream. The sort of "fun" rock that was dominant on 80s rock-radio vanished, and was replaced by more angry music. If you turn on a mainstream contemporary rock station today, it's almost all angry-young-men now. So any kind of retro-movement towards "grunge," whatever you think of that title, wouldn't fly right now because that label was only relevant as a counter point to things like Motley Crew.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #69 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:27 »

See, and I'm more or less arguing that "grunge" isn't as out of fashion as people think it is to begin with. It's just that "grunge" is such a stupidly and narrowly defined artificial term that the music isn't allowed to vary much before it gets marketed as something different. For example, apparently Tool is alt-rock. I've never really heard anyone refer to them as a grunge band, or even bother to acknowledge their grunge-like qualities despite the fact that they were grunge contemporaries who openly acknowledged having a huge debt to the Melvins on their 1992 EP, Opiate. I mean, honestly, what makes the song Opiate all that much different from the "grunge" of the day? Yet despite this any changes they made in their sound is never construed as growth within the grunge genre.


I guess what I'm trying to say here is that labeling music is a stupid habit that should be killed with fire.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #70 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:28 »

Man guys have you heard of that new band called Matchbox Twenty?
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #71 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:35 »

Sorry, I'll talk to you guys later, I'm busy browsing the Internet for the first time on my WebTV. Oh, sweet, Final Fantasy VII MIDIs! ( http://www.midishack.net/ffmidi.htm )

Also, Freakazoid and Animaniacs. :-D The 90s were an excellent era for cartoons and I would take them over every cartoon on TV today.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #72 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:41 »

Freakazoid was so fucking good.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #73 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:51 »

I don't understand how you people are hacking into my favourite BBS but if you're going to shit is up like this could you at least stop putting pictures next to your name every time you talk?  I still have a 14.4k modem (saving for a 28.8k, maybe next month!)
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #74 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:53 »

Hey guys I just got a sweet hypercolour t-shirt. It shows off my sweat patches in vivid colour!



(Apparently people are trying to bring this trend back. What the fuck. Some things should remain dead and buried.)
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #75 on: 26 Jan 2009, 15:56 »

(some people are trying to bring the perm back, shows something about the state of play in our current decade that we can only look on the past 40 years or so and steal stuff from there)

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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #76 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:04 »

Guys do you like my rad new haircut?  It is called a flat-top and it is what all the cool dudes in America are getting.  I saw it in a C&C Music Factory video clip and knew I had to get it done.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #77 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:09 »

I see your flat-top, and raise you an undercut and a pair of genuine imitation reebok pumps that don't actually inflate.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #78 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:11 »

whatever, dude it's all about velcro shoes, lime green corduroy pants, a dinosaur t-shirt, and mickey mouse suspenders (this is my favorite outfit).



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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #79 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:14 »

Oh man Pavement broke up.

Fuck this decade, guys.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #80 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:16 »

Dude I thought it would go without saying that I left my rat's tail intact.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #81 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:24 »

Man Weird Al's music is so freaking rad they should make a monument.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #82 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:29 »

Like, a giant stone pillar that says "NEVER FORGET" so the atrocities of the past are never repeated.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #83 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:36 »

Oh man, guys, I just bought this awesome new cd!



Also, we just got this computer and it has a 4 gig hard drive. We'll never fill that!
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #84 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:37 »

you, my dear, are not old as hell.

Doesn't change the fact that I look at the children today and think "Damn.. it feels like it was just a few weeks ago I was doing that."
Then I realize, 15 years ago I was. Then I think..where in the hell did those 15 years go?

I may not actually be old, but I sure as hell feel it.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #85 on: 26 Jan 2009, 16:50 »

Hey dicks, I just saw The Wiggles live. Man, the yellow one is sooooo cool.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #86 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:01 »

So Simpsons is really awesome man this show has been on forever and it still hasn't gotten old
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #87 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:06 »

I am six years old and playing Mario Kart 64 in the living room

I am better than you
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #88 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:08 »

Hey I am seven and playing mario kart in the living room.

I challenge you to a duel.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #89 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:11 »

We settle this in Battle mode, the Skyscraper level

I am Bowser and you are Toad

I get the green light boost and ram you so hard you lose one balloon.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #90 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:12 »

Man, I wish I had a Nintendo 64, but we've already got a SNES, so we're not allowed one. I will just have to play the various Mario Bros. games on it instead.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #91 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:25 »

My friend has a Sega Genesis and it totally sucks
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #92 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:31 »

I put on my robe and wizard hat!
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #93 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:32 »

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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #94 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:34 »

Guys I just got born

It was kinda digusting, all that amniotic fluid and shit
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #95 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:37 »

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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #96 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:41 »

Man, you have good typing skills for a newborn.
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #97 on: 26 Jan 2009, 17:45 »

I am Bowser and you are Toad

Oddly enough when I was a little kid I always played as toad. Dude had a pretty rad hat.
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« Reply #98 on: 26 Jan 2009, 18:03 »

I have always adored Yoshi because man he has a badass tongue and can EAT BAD GUYS
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Re: We are in the '90s
« Reply #99 on: 26 Jan 2009, 18:12 »

Uh. I am very young and cannot remember anything about the 90s. I'm kind of glad though.
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