What did you love about the 1990s?

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What did you love about the 1990s?

Post by spacebot » Sun Jul 23, 2:23 2017

What did you love about the 1990s?

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Re: What did you love about the 1990s?

Post by rowan » Sun Jul 23, 10:43 2017

college?
Uh...
it didn't have horribly poofy clothes and hair like the 80s?
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Re: What did you love about the 1990s?

Post by Taurwen » Sun Jul 23, 11:24 2017

My sister came from the 90s, I'm rather fond of her.

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Post by Sonic# » Sun Jul 23, 12:39 2017

In my personal experience, I liked the few years where we had a personal computer and video games but no internet, and even the last few years of the 1990s when we had the internet but it hadn't yet been relentlessly monetized.

I loved when cheesy game shows were the most prominent form of reality TV, and when the history channel featured history.

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Post by Enigma » Tue Jul 25, 15:21 2017

Continuing that thought, I loved the strategy games available. These days violence seems like a prerequisite for most games? Or it's really high concept. More economic games needed!

Mostly though I liked the lack of responsibility.
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