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Old 08-27-2005, 12:40 PM   #31
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XTC..... Dear God video..... *cool*
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Five years out of the 1990s and the heavy veneer of romanticism is out. Come 2015, we'll have a whole bunch of romantics lamenting the loss of this decade, so you might as well enjoy the history in the making while you can.

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i used to feel so guilty for liking that song
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You have no idea how many hours I used to spend playing MarioKart!! I love it! We had to sell our SNES to upgrade to a Playstation.. I want it back!
you could get it on your pc ROMs have saved me from going insane...i loved Mario Kart...now i can play on the PC
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you could get it on yourpc ROMs have saved me from going insane...i loved Mario Kart...now i can play on the PC
I do.. but somehow its not the same can't do the multiplayer thing with all the friends
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I do.. but somehow its not the same can't do the multiplayer thing with all the friends
The battle mode was the greatest thing in the world at the time There was a youth club i went to for a while and it had a SNES sitting in the corner everybody gathered around it to play Mariokart, winner stayed on...some really great battles i had there...those were the days...
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The battle mode was the greatest thing in the world at the time There was a youth club i went to for a while and it had a SNES sitting in the corner everybody gathered around it to play Mariokart, winner stayed on...some really great battles i had there...those were the days...
Oh the memories!! I was always the princess and kicked the others' arses!

Theres a shop in my town that sells loads of old games consoles and every time i walk past i'm tempted to go buy one of those little boxes of endless fun..
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Ohhh I know what my student loan and time I should be spending studying will be going on...
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We could form the inter-university Mariokart championship

10 times more fun than stupid university challenge
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i used to feel so guilty for liking that song
Why Kat? It's such a great song...is it the whole questioning God thing.
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Oh the 90's... I was crazy and young! On Sunday nights, I remember we had Melrose Place parties.
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Why Kat? It's such a great song...is it the whole questioning God thing.
Oh I feel pathetic now but, Yes it seemed blashpemous I loved the song though just felt guilty for liking it. I still do! My solution was to listen but not sing along



why does this feel like zoo confessional
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Five years out of the 1990s and the heavy veneer of romanticism is out. Come 2015, we'll have a whole bunch of romantics lamenting the loss of this decade, so you might as well enjoy the history in the making while you can.
true. at the time, i thought the music in the mid to late 90s sucked. then when i was looking through, picking out my favourite song for each year (starting all the way back at the 60s), when i got to 1999, i couldn't decide and had to pick three. it wasn't until then that i realized hey, maybe the late 90s produced some good music after all.

i try to take a good combo of both, i do listen to a LOT of older music, but i do try to occasionally get into newer music as well. just as people are lamenting that they wished they could've lived the 90s as adults, i don't want to look back and say "i wish i'd paid more attention to the current pop scene in the mid to late 00s when i WAS an adult, some of it was pretty good" in 2015.
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