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Was this you in 1986? LMAO

 
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That was me in 1988. I feel sorry for those who missed the late 80's. Good times! Motley, Poison, Cinderella, Aqua Net, and frosted jeans. Back when music was played with REAL instruments sung with REAL voices...aside from Milli Vanilli. LMAO
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NIRVANA GOT RID OF ALL THE FUCKING HAIR METAL MOTHERFUCKERS, the only thing decent from the 1980s was fucking metallica/thrash bauhaus, the cure, and cheers 1990s were fuck loads better. MORE EMOTION, MORE HEART AND SOUL
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Nirvana is the only band from the 90's that made a big impact. I'll give you that one.
Check out the 80's: Prince, U2, Billy Idol, Depeche Mode, Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson..ok I liked the more new wave-alternative stuff, but there was lot's of rock too.

Oh yeah, remember Cruising? Every big town had it's street. Saturday night everyone jumped in a friend's car and "Cruised" until the address of a party tore you away from the strip.

Coke still tasted good, there was a 7-11 on every corner.
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Cruising was the only way to find out where the party was.

And the music was great! Who can forget; Foreigner, ACDC, Ted Nugent, Queen, Van Halen, Metallica, Def Leppard, Rush, Guns N' Roses, The Eagles, The Clash, .38 Special... and the list goes on.
 Quoting: Adventus Domini


Absolutely..stuff was so much different back then. We would bounce around from spot to spot. On occasion, get into fights where only fists were involved. Not wannabe gangsters. Then laugh about it afterward, smoke a bowl, drink a beer and then grab the keg and take off when the cops came.
 Quoting: Monk Meat


Oh good list!

And if you wanted to talk to people you had to call them, or actually meet up with them. Going to the movies even seemed better. I don't know why, but maybe because now everything comes out on DVD/On Demand so quickly, that we don't want to spend $40 when we can see it a few months later for $3.99. Prices were way cheaper too. A movie ticket was $3 during the day and popcorn and drink was $4.

Alright, I've aged myself quite succinctly now.
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I Wonder What McDonalds a Majority of These People in the Video Work at Now?
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yep , me to



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@ 4:50

It's Steve Perry and Adrian Brody's love child.

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I Wonder What McDonalds a Majority of These People in the Video Work at Now?
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Well, my husband and I both looked like those people and are professional now.
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Yes, I had a blast in the 80's.

Got out of High School in the early 80's, went in the army for a few years, then got a real job.

It was a lot of fun.

I used to fly all over the country, my friend would get me tickets as he had a lot of miles, and i would fly under his name.

They never even asked for any ID back then.

And it just seemed the girls were so much prettier back then, than the young girls today.

19-23 year olds today, they will never know all the freedom we had back then, that we took for granted.

It's fucking depressing what it changed in to.
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I Wonder What McDonalds a Majority of These People in the Video Work at Now?
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Well, my husband and I both looked like those people and are professional now.
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I actually was like them, and did ok for myself.

Good investments.
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Nirvana is the only band from the 90's that made a big impact. I'll give you that one.
Check out the 80's: Prince, U2, Billy Idol, Depeche Mode, Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson..ok I liked the more new wave-alternative stuff, but there was lot's of rock too.

Oh yeah, remember Cruising? Every big town had it's street. Saturday night everyone jumped in a friend's car and "Cruised" until the address of a party tore you away from the strip.

Coke still tasted good, there was a 7-11 on every corner.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2234637



Cruising was the only way to find out where the party was.

And the music was great! Who can forget; Foreigner, ACDC, Ted Nugent, Queen, Van Halen, Metallica, Def Leppard, Rush, Guns N' Roses, The Eagles, The Clash, .38 Special... and the list goes on.
 Quoting: Adventus Domini


Absolutely..stuff was so much different back then. We would bounce around from spot to spot. On occasion, get into fights where only fists were involved. Not wannabe gangsters. Then laugh about it afterward, smoke a bowl, drink a beer and then grab the keg and take off when the cops came.
 Quoting: Monk Meat


Oh good list!

And if you wanted to talk to people you had to call them, or actually meet up with them. Going to the movies even seemed better. I don't know why, but maybe because now everything comes out on DVD/On Demand so quickly, that we don't want to spend $40 when we can see it a few months later for $3.99. Prices were way cheaper too. A movie ticket was $3 during the day and popcorn and drink was $4.

Alright, I've aged myself quite succinctly now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2234637
A lazer light show (top of the line entertainment) was $15 tops. I could easily afford to see Guns and Roses, Motley Crew, Poison, etc. I got a $10 a week allowance for chores and just saved up for the concerts. Can't do that for kids nowadays.
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Lame as fuck... our generation is way cooler and we have way heavier, better, real, metal music.. these ppl are all lame ass clowns..
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You must be too young to have any idea what the 1980's were like.

They were really great, if I do say so myself. The best music, so much originality. People were way happier, and more free.

You could buy a ticket to a concert for $20, no one checked your purse or pockets at the entrance, you could smoke everywhere(even though I don't smoke now), drinks were $2, gas was .95, live bands played at all the local bars, and everyone danced all night.

I could go on and on. I feel sorry for my own kids, but it's just not the same and I can't allow them as much freedom as I was allowed.....to dangerous.
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^^^^^^THIS..I was in my 20's all during the 80's...my kids have grown up on 80's music and they are fans!
Live and let live.......really
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Lame as fuck... our generation is way cooler and we have way heavier, better, real, metal music.. these ppl are all lame ass clowns..
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clappa.........................stfu
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white people!
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white people!
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Hey there was non whites in the vid
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Lame as fuck... our generation is way cooler and we have way heavier, better, real, metal music.. these ppl are all lame ass clowns..
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Lame? Well maybe. But the really shitty part for you is the fact that you're a fucking retard if you don't realize where music would be today without the 80's metal phenomenon.
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clappa
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No cell phones, no internet, and it was never missed as we never had it.

You needed to make a call, you would find a pay phone.

Today all these tards walk around with their heads in their Iphones or whatever they are called.

Now they think facebook is actually socializing.


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Nirvana is the only band from the 90's that made a big impact. I'll give you that one.
Check out the 80's: Prince, U2, Billy Idol, Depeche Mode, Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson..ok I liked the more new wave-alternative stuff, but there was lot's of rock too.

Oh yeah, remember Cruising? Every big town had it's street. Saturday night everyone jumped in a friend's car and "Cruised" until the address of a party tore you away from the strip.

Coke still tasted good, there was a 7-11 on every corner.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2234637



Cruising was the only way to find out where the party was.

And the music was great! Who can forget; Foreigner, ACDC, Ted Nugent, Queen, Van Halen, Metallica, Def Leppard, Rush, Guns N' Roses, The Eagles, The Clash, .38 Special... and the list goes on.
 Quoting: Adventus Domini


Absolutely..stuff was so much different back then. We would bounce around from spot to spot. On occasion, get into fights where only fists were involved. Not wannabe gangsters. Then laugh about it afterward, smoke a bowl, drink a beer and then grab the keg and take off when the cops came.
 Quoting: Monk Meat


Oh good list!

And if you wanted to talk to people you had to call them, or actually meet up with them. Going to the movies even seemed better. I don't know why, but maybe because now everything comes out on DVD/On Demand so quickly, that we don't want to spend $40 when we can see it a few months later for $3.99. Prices were way cheaper too. A movie ticket was $3 during the day and popcorn and drink was $4.

Alright, I've aged myself quite succinctly now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2234637


Ha ha, don't worry, you have company cheers


I think you're right. Even though the movies and theaters are much more technologically advanced than back then, most of us, where I grew up in Philly, only had 19 inch TVs and VCRs. So going to the movies was more like an event!
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white people!
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Yep.

And all the white girls dated white guys.

The good old days.
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The High Schools must have been terrible. There was no bombardment of microwave energy but the hairspray fumes would get you first.
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No, I was 4...
It's good to be open-minded, just don't let your brain fall out.
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The High Schools must have been terrible. There was no bombardment of microwave energy but the hairspray fumes would get you first.
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The aqua net hairspray is what killed the ozone layer for the rest of us...

:bigchuckle:
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Tipton rocks!

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The High Schools must have been terrible. There was no bombardment of microwave energy but the hairspray fumes would get you first.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


So many idiot kids drive today, with phones and while texting. I'll take second hand hair spray from some girl walking by me on the way to History class any day.
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Ha ha! That was totally me back then. I was looking to see if I knew anyone - family or friends in that video - Thx for the share OP!!!

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Romans 3:23 For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; Romans 6:23
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One of the funniest things I ever saw on TV was an interview of Rob Halford. He was asked if he could date anyone he wanted who would it be. Without a seconds hesitation he says, Howie Long !

lol

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I loved the 80's, so glad I grew up then.
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Me too, mid 70's to the late 80's, the best of times :)
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white people!
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Yep.

And all the white girls dated white guys.

The good old days.
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That was about the time it started changing...lots of white girls at my school started dating blacks. The Louis Farrakhan/Malcolm X shit started hitting the youth. I was personally accosted/harassed by a black kid, and was called "the white devil" because I refused to date him. I don't consider myself a racist person, but when confronted with racism which is what it was because he explained to me how "their" goal was to breed out the "white devil". And how they COULD and eventually WOULD because their genes were dominate. I won't base all blacks on that particular person...but what he said made me sick. That was 20 years ago...look where we are now, we have one of "those" blacks holding the highest office on earth.
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white people!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11378186


Yep.

And all the white girls dated white guys.

The good old days.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29728529
That was about the time it started changing...lots of white girls at my school started dating blacks. The Louis Farrakhan/Malcolm X shit started hitting the youth. I was personally accosted/harassed by a black kid, and was called "the white devil" because I refused to date him. I don't consider myself a racist person, but when confronted with racism which is what it was because he explained to me how "their" goal was to breed out the "white devil". And how they COULD and eventually WOULD because their genes were dominate. I won't base all blacks on that particular person...but what he said made me sick. That was 20 years ago...look where we are now, we have one of "those" blacks holding the highest office on earth.
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Yup, I heard that before.
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white people!
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Yep.

And all the white girls dated white guys.

The good old days.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29728529
That was about the time it started changing...lots of white girls at my school started dating blacks. The Louis Farrakhan/Malcolm X shit started hitting the youth. I was personally accosted/harassed by a black kid, and was called "the white devil" because I refused to date him. I don't consider myself a racist person, but when confronted with racism which is what it was because he explained to me how "their" goal was to breed out the "white devil". And how they COULD and eventually WOULD because their genes were dominate. I won't base all blacks on that particular person...but what he said made me sick. That was 20 years ago...look where we are now, we have one of "those" blacks holding the highest office on earth.
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You buzzkill to an otherwise fun thread...

Love ya anyway!

cheers
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Lame as fuck... our generation is way cooler and we have way heavier, better, real, metal music.. these ppl are all lame ass clowns..
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yo momma!
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Probably the two most influential albums of the "darker" metal periods of both the 70s and then the 80s


Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath (1970)




Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Oz (1980)





Just my opinion though cool2