Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by exile, Mar 23, 2012.
Yup, so so true. Thank you for reminding me
seriously...I hate the way kids look and behave these days
Yeah it was a slow happy days ..
I've seen 28kb modem made It was made to suck life out of you.
ahh.. Wish I was born during that time
No prob dude, it was my pleasure
Yeah, there were some differences, like I was enjoying my commodore 64 instead of Atari
Golden age my friends, golden age...
I remember playing football and skateboarding outside with my friends and playing mario bros on nintendo, then going inside and watching simpsons at 6:00. Hell, the simpsons were born in the 80's and they still around with us lol. The 80's and even the 90's really were the best time of my life, as im sure almost everyone else here agrees.
Everything mentioned is true. I purchased a Sony walkman for $150 during 80's and it is kept in the drawer till now.
Kids today are sad. I drive through my old neighborhood on a nice summer day, and am lucky to see one kid riding a bike, or playing in the yard. Only time will tell how this generation will affect the future.
And Ya'll old as f*ck.
I had one of those for years... For all the 13 year old IMs that are making their journeys, I dare you to make it at 28kbps. J/K.
Thanks for the post exile, you made me remember some great moments in my life: street, bikes, playing with BB guns and don't give a fuck despite all the kids that appeared on the news blinded by them. Rocking a cassette player and rewinding the tapes with a pen to save battery life... Great times.
(And yeah, we are old as fuck.)
Kids these days are way too different from how we were. There's just too much digital influence today.
Those were the days. Whole neighborhood of kids getting together to play football or baseball.
Yeah, i remember that time. It was great.
Video games were so much more rewarding after having to blow on them for 10+ minutes to get them to work, weren't they? Now it's just fire up the 360 and get to business. Delayed gratification...Damn, now I want some Duck hunt.
1986 all day baby. :weather05
Every generation say this..
I like this one "... We never had phones but still kept in touch...."
These day's I hate that somebody can't reach me and telling - "...why did you have a mobile phone if I can't reach you anyway?"
And my answer always is like that!
1982.. in India.. wow.. nostalgia is the most beautiful thing.. I now understand the saying "the most beautiful things are all free".
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