Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Do you have a favorite decade?
#11
Yeah, sometimes I do wish all the technology and social media after the 1990s was destroyed. If only God himself could. :D
Reply
#12
(27 Feb 2016, 11:52:33)Mr. Prime Minister Wrote: Yeah, sometimes I do wish all the technology and social media after the 1990s was destroyed. If only God himself could. :D

Amen, my brother.
President Ghost 2017
At Congress: "Aw, shut up you sick fruitcake! I'm talking here!" -President Ghost

Member of the Holy League

Baller Friday Party Host
Reply
#13
Like James, the 90's, that's when technology started to become boss.
Especially the bulky computer sets. :P Remember those?
Artemis [Berry] Langford

“An unexamined faith is not worth having, for fundamentalism and uncritical certitude entail the rejection of one of the great human gifts: that of free will, of the liberty to make up our own minds based on evidence and tradition and reason.
-John Meacham 
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that." 
-Martin Luther King, Jr.  

 *Activist* *Tactician* *Politician* *Progressive* *Libertarian Socialist* *Proud Episcopalian!* 

Reply
#14
I prefer this decade as I notice the people of today are more accepting of people who are a little different and we are standing up against things like discrimination, animal abuse, inequalities and bullying without means of violence. We are in the most peaceful era known to man, and I really enjoy that fact.
Plus the electronic music these days is pretty good. Porter Robinson is bae :P
Starr, founder of Athela and Queen of Hiatuses.
Reply
#15
I don't have a favorite decade. I like the timespan from the 1920s to around the 1960s. People then were really peaceful (hippies and all that) and people had morals back then. Now a days people glorify stupid stuff like shoes and garbage sounding rap artists. People know and care more about a stupid celebrity then they do with current events. Back in the timespan of the 20s to 60s people dressed much better, didn't talk like they were raised in a zoo, and also there was none of these stupid so called dance moves back then. The era where twerking didn't exist. Plus the music and cars were a lot better. The only thing I like about the current era is the vast majority of technology we have today, but if I had the opportunity to grow up in the 20s or 30s I would trade this life in for that in a heartbeat.
- His Excellency, The Führer of the Greater Dashist Reich
Reply
#16
(7 Mar 2016, 20:39:45)President Alejandro Valentino Wrote: I don't have a favorite decade. I like the timespan from the 1920s to around the 1960s. People then were really peaceful (hippies and all that) and people had morals back then. Now a days people glorify stupid stuff like shoes and garbage sounding rap artists. People know and care more about a stupid celebrity then they do with current events. Back in the timespan of the 20s to 60s people dressed much better, didn't talk like they were raised in a zoo, and also there was none of these stupid so called dance moves back then. The era where twerking didn't exist. Plus the music and cars were a lot better. The only thing I like about the current era is the vast majority of technology we have today, but if I had the opportunity to grow up in the 20s or 30s I would trade this life in for that in a heartbeat.

Alas'! Ye speak the truth!
President Ghost 2017
At Congress: "Aw, shut up you sick fruitcake! I'm talking here!" -President Ghost

Member of the Holy League

Baller Friday Party Host
Reply
#17
ITT: at some point after the 60s, all music became terrible
[Image: buy_email_lists_21819162.jpg]
In the words of  Bill Clinton
I did was not affiliated or part take in the actions of the hackers, Dreamlight Hackerz
Reply
#18
(7 Mar 2016, 21:10:40)frix Wrote: ITT: at some point after the 60s, all music became terrible

I totally agree.
- His Excellency, The Führer of the Greater Dashist Reich
Reply
#19
(7 Mar 2016, 22:17:04)President Alejandro Valentino Wrote:
(7 Mar 2016, 21:10:40)frix Wrote: ITT: at some point after the 60s, all music became terrible

I totally agree.
Agree as well. I would suggest the 50s, however.
PAULUS AEMILIUS I, DUX TREBIAE
Paolo Emilio I, Caudillo of Trebia
DEUS, PATRIA, REX
Reply
#20
I was making a hyperbolic and sarcastic remark about the attitudes of this thread and y'all just took it seriously and agreed wtf
[Image: buy_email_lists_21819162.jpg]
In the words of  Bill Clinton
I did was not affiliated or part take in the actions of the hackers, Dreamlight Hackerz
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)