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Re: Everything has been going downhill since the 90's

Anyone else like Tom and Jerry? I loved that cartoon.

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Anyone else like Tom and Jerry? I loved that cartoon.
I still watch it now sometimes,Never gets old that show is literally for all ages.
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It makes me feel sad that I remember the ending of Tom and Jerry, especially at how depressing it was.

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I miss the days when the Power Rangers were Jason, Tommy, Kimberly, Zack, Billy, and Trini.
I could never be the green/white ranger because my sister was always the pink ranger.
I remember I had one of their morphers, and that Talkboy-like thing (but it was inexplicably a Power Rangers one). I wanted to be the yellow ranger because I didn't like the skirt and helmet on the pink ranger's costume. So sad that the actress who played Trini died; she was my favorite. :bh:

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There was Dexter's Lab, Freakazoid, Animaniacs, X-Men, Batman, Sonic the Hedgehog (the more serious show), Ren and Stimpy, Beavis and Butthead, Daria, Gargoyles, Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, Tiny Toons, Taz-Mania, TMNT, Dragon Ball Z, Garfield and Friends, and the list goes on.
X-Men/Spiderman > Batman the Animated Series, imo, but I think it's because I'm more of a Marvel girl (though, of DC, I like Batman the most). I still watch those. And Batman Beyond ("Batman of the Future," I think it's called in Canada). Terry McGinnis...:

And if you feel that way, OP, you probably wouldn't want to look at this article. Made me feel nostalgic as crap. http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/thing...n-in-your-life (35 Things You Will Never See Again In Your Life). Just this picture to start with:

Can't believe I actually forgot about Homeward Bound. Used to love those movies.

It all comes with getting older. That kind of feeling usually comes along whenever I watch videos from the 80s (80s baby, yeah!). I like how multiracial the videos were, and there were a lot of songs about people getting past their differences. Well, at least from MJ. 'Beat It' kills me because, 1. the gang members are dancing, and 2. the gangs are multi-ethnic, which I'm pretty sure (if Lockup is anything to go by) is not done.
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If you have seen the 200th episode, holy fuck, the ending made me legit cry, just for the fact that it was the very last episode, man. My heart has still never fully healed.

In case you don't know yet, new Sailor Moon for summer 2013. MY BODY IS READY
I cried when the inner senshi died (both times) and when Sailor Uranus and Neptune were slowly fading away and trying to reach each other's hand. I didn't cry for the last episode but it was a perfect ending.

I'll be damned if I'm going to miss the premier. I'm travelling to England during the summer but I'll be in the hotel room with my laptop squealing like the fangirl I am. Luckily, the new series is supposed to the manga so Seiya won't try to weasel his way into Usagi's heart. No offense if you like Seiya.

KaBlam! was one of my favorites. Also watched Legends of the Hidden Temple and Double Dare. Hated Rocket Power, As Told by Ginger and Wild Thornberries. They were just so visually unappealing.

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Losing hair? Gain muscles!
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Women got hotter. Fact.

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post #78 of 105 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 08:10 PM
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Great thread. Excellent point with your example that your friend has so much games that he couldn't stick with 1 game. I have about 5000 roms on my PC of different consoles and there is no joy like when I had the old PlayStation with only 5 games and I couldn't wait the next month until I got the sixth game. Same with wrestling, if you can watch it 24/7 on YouTube it means nothing when it's finally monday because I watched wrestling the whole week. Music, many songs have lost their magic when I'm now able to listen to it whenever I want compared when the songs came surprisingly on the radio.
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You do realize 80s kids said the same thing about the 90s, right?
At least the 80s and the 90s kids agree on one thing, the current generation sucks

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You're right, everything is going downhill. Such as technology, I mean this shit is just getting worse and worse.

Has it helped to cure cancer? AIDS? Parkinson? So why is it better? It made us already dumber than we already are with Facebook and Twitter, where we are connected with the whole world but at the same time isolated from the whole world, where we have 5000 friends on facebook but not a single one in real life, where we have easier access to see 5000 pussies on the internet but not a single one in real life, where we can play video games with people around the world but haven't played football or basketball with the guys in our neighbourhood for a long time because we became nerds, where the life became so boring and we have so much time on our hands that we think of idiotic things like giving a dog a blowjob and bragging on Facebook about it or eating a tampon, where you can't even kill yourself without making stupid videos to get attention, where we witness daily that our favourite artists, actors and wrestlers act like idiots on social media who can't spell for shit, where almost every little child needs to wear glasses because everyone of them uses either a cellphone or PC instead of playing with Barbie dolls. We live in such a great era and it gets even better :shaq
The technology 15 years ago was enough to appreciate to live in such a modern era but it was not over the top to make you a socially awkward person. In worst case you waste your day by playing 3 hours of video games and 5-10 minutes for sending messages and the rest of your day you enjoy life.
The scary thing is not that being online 24/7 is something the current generation wastes their time, the worst thing is that they think this is how life is supposed to look like

This > Pitbull, Lil Wayne and other douchebags but of course you little punks don't know why

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post #79 of 105 (permalink) Old 02-12-2013, 05:56 AM
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its not the times have changed

its you

youre growing up. deal with it
Are you fucking kiddin' me? The times have not changed? Would you repeat the same in front of a Gulf War veteran, for example? Or in front of transitional countries residents? In front of an NBA fan? Or in front of ANYONE who remembers at least 3-4 years from the 90s? The times change all the time, every year, every month, heck even every week. And it's becoming quicker and quicker in this day and age, mainly because of highly progressed technology.

Are you implying the times don't change?
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Re: Everything has been going downhill since the 90's

The 90's had Seinfeld, GOAT cartoons, & POGS.

I agree.

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