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I am 28 and work with mostly high school age kids and someone at my job got a new funky hair-do.
Any stunts with trucks seem to be taken straight from Licence To Kill (1989).I was watching a "Sesame Street" video with the little kids I took care of at the day care center I worked at during the summer.Born in 1982, I grew up on "Sesame Street." My little guys, as young as 3, where watching and knew all of the characters, whn all of a sudden, the Count came on the screen.Me and the girl I was working with were like "Oh look! " A four year old girl turned around to us and said, "Who's that? I found out that the Count was only recently bought back, but the tape was from '86, so the kids naturally wouldnt know who that was since the tape was made at least ten years before these guys where born!The first time it occured to me that I was getting older was when I went into a store to buy a bottle of wine, and noticed that the cards that say "You had to have been born after this date to purchase alcohol or cigarettes..." and BOTH of the dates are in the 80's.buying records, using the oven to heat food because microwaves were not around yet.....seeing latest movies at the Drive Inn (Dusk to Dawn's were great) At my first job they has mobile phones as big as bricks with a black box attached with a cord which was carried around....machines as big as a large photocopiers you had to dial the number and "yell" at the person at the other end to "I want to send a fax" (calling for OZ to Japan was the pits! In Communications class, my friends (all almost 19), and I (just turned 19), where talking about 1980s commercials that we were gonna use on our project.
The scary part was, all the commercials aired in 1986, and for some reason, we knew them all.
I decided to go back to college for an electronics engineering degree, and in the main corridor is a glassed in display of some old technology devices.
One of the items in there is the model of computer i used when i was a teen.
Another thing about that party, we put on a compilation with ELO (Electric Light Orchestra's "Black Days, White Nights," which was in Billy Madison, and George Harrison's "I've Got My mind Set on You", amongst other songs from the 80s.
Not only were we listening, we were actually singing along!!!!
I wonder will VHS outshine another competitor or will people in 10 years time be kicking themselves when they get the CDs, CD roms and DVD disks all mixed up - as they all look the same? We brought over "The Breakfast Club", thinking they would enjoy-after going nuts over "She's All That" Not only did they NOT relate to any of the movies emotional angst, but they were quite bored with it and make jokes about the way Molly Ringwald dressed. I realized the noise they were making was laughter when they talked about how old the band was.