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    70s: 1974-1982
    80s: 1983-First half of 1991
    90s: Second half of 1991-2001
    00s: 2002-2007
    10s: 2008-present,

    Gah, that techno! 2008 and 2009 can't even compare to 2000-2007!
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      Boomerang Bro wrote:
      70s: 1974-1982
      80s: 1983-First half of 1991
      90s: Second half of 1991-2001
      00s: 2002-2007
      10s: 2008-present,

      Gah, that techno! 2008 and 2009 can't even compare to 2000-2007!


      Sounds like a good opinion
      Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
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        • 1 year 2 months ago
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        It's a good way to split it up I agree with the opinion
        [quote] Something happens to this somethings gonna happen to you
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          colavfan19 wrote:
          It's a good way to split it up I agree with the opinion


          Me too
          Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
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            • 1 year 1 month ago
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            70s: Autumn of 1970 - Summer 1980
            80s: Autumn of 1980 - Summer 1991
            90s: Autumn of 1991 - Spring 2001
            00s: Summer of 2001 - c. 2011
            10s: c. 2011-present

            I should make the note that 2005/06 has always seemed like a much more significant watershed than circa 2010/11 though.
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              • 1 year 1 month ago
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              For me I always split these eras up by when I moved to different neighborhoods.
              I was born in 82 so I can't say when it felt like they started. But I moved in 92 so for me that's when it felt like the 90s started. I moved again in 2003 so that's when it felt like the 90s ended.
              The class is Pain 101. Your instructor is Casey Jones.
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                I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.
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                  Windy The Big Fan wrote:
                  I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                  For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                  Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.


                  Welcome back OJ/Laddersnake.
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                    Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                    Windy The Big Fan wrote:
                    I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                    For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                    Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.


                    Welcome back OJ/Laddersnake.


                    What? Laddersnake = OJ Simpson? I'm confused.
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                      • 1 year 1 month ago
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                      Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                      Windy The Big Fan wrote:
                      I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                      For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                      Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.


                      Welcome back OJ/Laddersnake.

                      He's back? Say it ain't so, Vapor! :(
                      There is a battle between two wolves inside us all.

                      One is evil and the other one is good. Which wolf will win? The one you feed the most.

                      http://unbelievableyou.com/a-native-american-cherokee-story-two-wolves/
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                        thecrow174 wrote:
                        Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                        Windy The Big Fan wrote:
                        I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                        For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                        Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.


                        Welcome back OJ/Laddersnake.

                        He's back? Say it ain't so, Vapor! :(


                        Does OJ Simpson from that 90s trial post here? Or what's Laddersnake?
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                          • 1 year 1 month ago
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                          Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                          Windy The Big Fan wrote:
                          I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                          For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                          Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.


                          Welcome back OJ/Laddersnake.


                          I was thinking the same thing
                          The class is Pain 101. Your instructor is Casey Jones.
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                            Casey_Jones wrote:
                            Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                            Windy The Big Fan wrote:
                            I think it's difficult to pinpoint the beginning and end of the cultural 90s.

                            For example, Home Alone and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air were definitley around by the beginning of 1991. Then again, Macgyver ran into 1992, and Cheers into 1993.

                            Grunge had died culturally by 1998 but the pre-9/11 era has a very different feel to say, 2005/06.


                            Welcome back OJ/Laddersnake.


                            I was thinking the same thing


                            So does OJ refer to OJ Simpson or not? If he posts here, I would find it interesting to talk to him?
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                              Wait, am I missing a joke here or something? I am confused :question:
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                                Or are you asking me to welcome back OJ who posts as Laddersnake? Is OJ, OJ Simpson?
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                                  • 1 year 1 month ago
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                                  Banned already. And shakin didn't even get to say hi.
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                                    • 1 year 1 month ago
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                                    Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                                    Banned already. And shakin didn't even get to say hi.


                                    Did you get a private message from Windy as a lame attempt to pretend he was someone else? Because I did.
                                    The class is Pain 101. Your instructor is Casey Jones.
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                                      hahahahaha oh my fuck, this thread. never even mind the windy guy
                                      tangspot2 wrote:
                                      Mrs. stake you say some nasty on my threads. Dirty bitch
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                                        • 1 year 1 month ago
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                                        Boomerang Bro wrote:
                                        70s: 1974-1982
                                        80s: 1983-First half of 1991
                                        90s: Second half of 1991-2001
                                        00s: 2002-2007
                                        10s: 2008-present,



                                        Gah, that techno! 2008 and 2009 can't even compare to 2000-2007!


                                        Looks like a bunch of arbitrary dates to me. Why not elaborate, tell us what defines each of these intervals as an era? What cultural trends bind these particular years together?
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                                          Boomerang Bro wrote:
                                          70s: 1974-1982
                                          80s: 1983-First half of 1991
                                          90s: Second half of 1991-2001
                                          00s: 2002-2007
                                          10s: 2008-present,



                                          Gah, that techno! 2008 and 2009 can't even compare to 2000-2007!


                                          For example, in no way does Angry Birds represent the same era as YouTube does (referring to the days when YouTube videos were given stars out of five rather than like/dislike).
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