Gunther: Oh, and he has that exact style of mustache that only douchebags, 80's cop show protagonists and Pantera fans wear. I think I can guess which category he falls into.
Quantum Apostrophe: felix_golden: I'm going to live like it was the 1930's. I'll get rid of anything that isn't white, black, or shades of grey. Because, whenever I watch a movie from that time, apparently color hadn't been invented yet.[upload.wikimedia.org image 419x599]And not a minute too soon, can you imagine fighting WWII without green?
Quantum Apostrophe: And what's with the "no computers" shiat? In 1986? Really? "No cable"? 1986? This guy is a dumbfark.
sno man: Quantum Apostrophe: And what's with the "no computers" shiat? In 1986? Really? "No cable"? 1986? This guy is a dumbfark.And while cassettes were popular, records were still around, and by '86, everything was on CD's. Cell phones were in their second generation (think brick v. briefcase) and cable was old news. In fact, Rogers (one of the big three communication companies in Canada) changed it's name in 1986 from Rogers Cablesystems (it's name since 1967) to Rogers Communications. Apple II's were all the rage, and the first 16 bit NES was out that year too.Lastly, Blair, GET A JOB. While not totally unheard of, the stay-at-home dad thing was pretty rare.
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