What did this feel like?

Benjamin Jackson
Benjamin Jackson

What did this feel like?

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Adam Torres
Adam Torres

At the time it was just every day life. We had no idea, we were just happy children. How much I miss it, you would not believe.

Jaxson Foster
Jaxson Foster

I have all my passw*rds in a text file, ask me anything, faggots.

Caleb Richardson
Caleb Richardson

being a pedo window shopping?

Nicholas Torres
Nicholas Torres

ask mom for a coin to flip into the fountain
see all the quarters on the bottom
imagine how many gumballs and jawbreakers I could get if I only took the quarters from the fountain
didn't take any quarters because I didn't want to steal a wish away from someone else

Ryder Green
Ryder Green

Fucking terrible. Goddamm, how the fuck did the Jews convince people to allow these scum in public?
At the time it was just every day life
WRONG, smoking was always fucking terrible.

Wyatt Murphy
Wyatt Murphy

ask mom for a coin to flip into the fountain
see all the quarters on the bottom
imagine how many gumballs and jawbreakers I could get if I only took the quarters from the fountain
takes it
t. anyone who isn't white

Brayden Martin
Brayden Martin

This killed that.

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Jonathan Hill
Jonathan Hill

You were a good child. I haven't looked recently but I don't imagine there'd be many coins in the bottom of fountains these days.

Gavin Johnson
Gavin Johnson

I remember our mall had fountains like that. As a child it was a wonderful place. Then the arcades. Fucking arcades, man. The days when mortal kombat was new.

Gavin Fisher
Gavin Fisher

smoking inside? pretty fucking cool.

Samuel Nguyen
Samuel Nguyen

That and street fighter 2 were mind blowing at the time

Angel Brown
Angel Brown

It's pretty fucking terrible. I remember being a kid, goddamm smokers are the worst human trash.

Adrian Cruz
Adrian Cruz

You don't know what you have until you lose it. Grew up in California in the 70's & 80's, and then watched the niggerization of American culture brainwash white youth out of having any sort of collective identity of our own.

Justin Hughes
Justin Hughes

I love the 80s 90s mall aesthetic.

I miss my favorite old mall, Harding Mall. So sads

Xavier Barnes
Xavier Barnes

t. asthma virgin

Elijah Adams
Elijah Adams

Simpler times

youtu.be/HSNZ3VoUDSE

Nathan Watson
Nathan Watson

I bet she felt loose.

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Gavin Morgan
Gavin Morgan

implying negroes would get close to water in order to steal coins

Only a jew would do that

Jaxson Jones
Jaxson Jones

i'm still playing street fighter to this day. although SFV i dislike. but arcades were awesome, they're all gone now.

it was awesome. most malls were located out of the easy reach of nogs, you needed a car to get to them. there were never chimpouts and massive theft like there is in the (mostly empty) malls like now.

Juan Wilson
Juan Wilson

felt good man

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Benjamin Price
Benjamin Price

Your a faggot

Ethan Gomez
Ethan Gomez

This should actually make you angry. The last generation gave this up so their masters who run America could exploit us in 20 years

Parker Jenkins
Parker Jenkins

Seriously: if you're white, and you were born after the 80's, then you got fucking screwed (unless you live somewhere that's still mostly white, like Montana). Being able to go to shopping malls, cruising on the main strip, drive-ins and movie theaters, WITHOUT a bunch of feral brown people filthing the place up, was truly something else.

Samuel Harris
Samuel Harris

This is the travesty of things like buttcoin, they're not corporeal.

Blake Smith
Blake Smith

I remember going to Disneyland as a kid and it being like a haven from all the dirty annoying spics I had to grow up around.

Colton Sanders
Colton Sanders

The past is a foreign country now.

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Parker Wilson
Parker Wilson

Boomers had it good but then decided to ruin everything forever. Why?

youtu.be/HSNZ3VoUDSE

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Nathan Lopez
Nathan Lopez

wrong video

youtu.be/csbfAYRLehc

Brody Garcia
Brody Garcia

boomer ruined it as much as you do
by being an accomplice
by doing nothing
you no better than boomer you sit on your fat arse and look at your country being overrun

Dylan Evans
Dylan Evans

Simple:

Because "fuck you, mom and dad."

The biggest mistake the Greatest Generation made was the failure to impress upon their children a gratitude for what they were born into. They tried, but it was mainly by being a hard-ass and harsh disciplinarian, which lead to the little shits rebelling.

A little demonstrative deprivation might have gone a long way...

Adam Price
Adam Price

This seems like a good explanation, especially when compared with the video I linked where the young boomers discuss their parents threatening to kill them over being in a band.

Joseph Reyes
Joseph Reyes

Also the fact that most only consider fast food, television commercials and shows, and bland consumerism as their only culture.

Justin King
Justin King

mid 90's
take train to school
sit with friends in packed smoking section
windows closed because winter
chainsmoke for the lulz
eyes literally burning
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good times

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Nolan Hernandez
Nolan Hernandez

It was great,

freedom as a 5 year old to go an play as I wish, with my firends no fear, no non whites.

There was one negative, the threat of total nuc war at any time

I think that had a big psych fuckup

Kevin Flores
Kevin Flores

I think the movies of the 70's and 80s planted some big fuck ups into culture as well.

hopefully the intenet will make that into irrelevance as

mass media disintegrates

Parker Brooks
Parker Brooks

What's the name of the file?

Ryder Taylor
Ryder Taylor

it's all fun and games until your brother pushes you in and you have to spend the next few hours soaking wet
t.boomer

Lucas Davis
Lucas Davis

Like there would be any point in nuking Australia.

Cooper Bell
Cooper Bell

Like a padded vinyl hell.

Caleb Turner
Caleb Turner

worse, countries you can visit

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Nathaniel Morales
Nathaniel Morales

This.
70's 80's aesthetic was like being smothered with cheap building materials.

Christopher Ward
Christopher Ward

in theaters, airplanes, hospitals

Christian Wright
Christian Wright

heaven

Joseph Perry
Joseph Perry

not long ago when you could smoke inside of an airplane or a bus or a train

Connor Ross
Connor Ross

it felt like home and it felt like you belonged

Henry Turner
Henry Turner

your a good boy user

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Jonathan Martin
Jonathan Martin

Wholesome

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Oliver King
Oliver King

Heaven!!!

Josiah Cruz
Josiah Cruz

Walking right up to the gate and getting on a plane was sick.

William Smith
William Smith

rather than an atomized hellscape of weary and distrusting assholes and brown people who you feel completely alienated from?

Sebastian Sanchez
Sebastian Sanchez

Even though I quit a long time ago. I still miss smoking. It used to be nice. You could smoke in most places, they had special sections for it.

In college, had smoking areas of the library where you could study and smoke. It was nice.

Jordan Lewis
Jordan Lewis

I don't know. I was born in 92.

Dylan Edwards
Dylan Edwards

Smelly and dirty. Low class. Degenerate.

Landon Bailey
Landon Bailey

This is cool. That's where different

Brandon Miller
Brandon Miller

It used to be nice
You pnly think that because you're a filthy addict. Normal people hate you trash and always hated having you scum around.
You could smoke in most places
Yeahm, and it was fucking terrible. It's insane how the jews pushed rthis shit and people just accepted it and allowed tyou scum to exist.
smoking areas of the library
What the fuck? There is no goddamm way that is true. Fucking hell, there is no way.

Camden Foster
Camden Foster

turbo faggotry is what you are

Joshua Clark
Joshua Clark

I hope you die of cancer

Ayden Wood
Ayden Wood

There's just no way that zoomers can even comprehend this era

It's like there was no sense of doom looming over our heads, civilization was near perfect and needed no changes. Music was made with effort and love, the lyrics were just poetry. Fast food didn't taste as shitty, jobs payed much more, cars looked awesome, women wanted to be women and you loved your country

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Brody Hill
Brody Hill

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David Parker
David Parker

No, kiddy user it was nice and nobody said anything.
If anybody talked like you, you would have been laughed at and then get your ass kicked.
Look at smoking in movies in the early to mid 1980’s.

Blake Lewis
Blake Lewis

Everything you said is true. Fuck it hurts so much. Nothing left to save.
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Mason Flores
Mason Flores

Then:
youtube.com/watch?v=RYbe-35_BaA
Now:
youtube.com/watch?v=W8n11y2lxrE

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Jason Ortiz
Jason Ortiz

Kinda like this....

youtube.com/watch?v=RYbe-35_BaA

Henry Turner
Henry Turner

awww shit nigga... hivemind!

Carson Miller
Carson Miller

It’s all gone, it will never come back

Teach your white children to survive. Soon the “Opressed” will come to oppress us, and it won’t end well.

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Landon Watson
Landon Watson

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Zachary Nelson
Zachary Nelson

Everything smelled like shit everywhere you went. Glad that shit is outlawed indoors.

James Campbell
James Campbell

Y’all niggas missed it: youtu.be/_fy-uhxiXcE

Jackson Gonzalez
Jackson Gonzalez

I was a little kid at the time. Like those at the fountain. It was just comfy as fuck. Everything was nice. There was a lot of neon lights. They were really popular. Neon everywhere. And the music was really good. And people were kind of nice. And people didn't really worry about bullshit just their own lives.

Grayson Gutierrez
Grayson Gutierrez

Terrible, every public place smelled like a white trash home. Banning smoking at restaurants is one of the best small things that happened to this country

Ayden Gutierrez
Ayden Gutierrez

I was a kid in the 70s and went to HS in the 80s. Where I grew up in the SF Bay Area we had malls everywhere.

My nearest mall was called Southland. Back then, it was a wonderful place. Me, my best friend, and my girlfriend all worked at JC Penney. On my lunch breaks my girlfriend and I would share a slice of pizza at the food court. Most of my friends worked at the mall too. Yes, back in my day, teenagers had jobs.

The arcade was my favorite. I was absolutely enthralled with Dragon's Lair, I spent all my money on that game.

I could go on, but I'll spare you the torture. Malls were great, and I'm so glad I got to eperience them growing up.

Btw I recently went back to Southland mall in Hayward to see how much it has changed. No arcade, no food court, most stalls empty, no customers, mostly thugs.

Luis Watson
Luis Watson

People weren't afraid to have opinions.
People weren't afraid to have values.
People weren't afraid to stand for something true to them.

Ryder Long
Ryder Long

I wish I had a happy childhood, I was already thinking about suicide at age 10

Christopher Campbell
Christopher Campbell

the concept that your personal values could get you fired used to be absurd. now you can't even let them be known at a bar.

Angel Foster
Angel Foster

nothing makes me feel better than knowing that white women are getting BLACKED en masse

Jordan Collins
Jordan Collins

rejecting hot white girls because you think "theres plenty in the sea" before the days of mass immigration and aggressive feminism.

"the future is so bright we have to sunglasses" said us in 1980s/90s. Said.

Anybody relate?

Zachary Cooper
Zachary Cooper

what is Cold War and nuclear anhillation

Cameron Harris
Cameron Harris

What are urban riots

Juan James
Juan James

I do.
I was born in 1965 and lived it.

Liam Diaz
Liam Diaz

i watched a show about a company that cleans the fountains. they get paid to come get all the coins, there was a youtube video about cleaning the coins off then going through them to find valuable ones. some of the fountanis dont get cleand out for 20-30 years. rare coins worth 1000s of dollars...

Caleb Parker
Caleb Parker

Me second from left

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Chase Allen
Chase Allen

I’m sure you’ll understand when I tell you that it was FUCKING BOMB

Justin Cox
Justin Cox

STFU

Aiden Gray
Aiden Gray

I was born 1989, but I'm aware enough to look back and realize the change.

Even growing up there used to be a thing called a "90s girlfriend." A mix of femininity with a "save the world" attitude. They are now extinct. I never had a chance to partake in the last remnants of the Faustian ethnostate. Its all anti-masculinity, anti-whiteness and diversity now.

Parker Wood
Parker Wood

this thread

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Landon Barnes
Landon Barnes

Damn...guess I am not the only one who feels this way. Never know if it is just me getting old or a legitimate sense of loss/the recent past was much better...

Dylan Martinez
Dylan Martinez

They actually kinda aren’t just getting replaced with black & chinese women

Hunter Hall
Hunter Hall

The coin fountain is a test of Whiteness.

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Noah Robinson
Noah Robinson

How old are you nigger? By the 1980's the nuke fears were gone. The Soviet Union was in rapid decline, and we all knew it.

Justin Cox
Justin Cox

this user beat you to it

Michael Gomez
Michael Gomez

Dragon's Lair
Fuck that was so hard.

Cooper Reyes
Cooper Reyes

you ever feel like we were prepared to succeed in a world that disintegrated as we entered adolescence? who stole the future? at least the 90's in the west was the best time to be a kid. i'll always have those memories.

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Henry Reed
Henry Reed

It felt like you were in a land of your own people, surrounded by people you could trust.

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Camden Butler
Camden Butler

epic post user. picture totally "pulled it" off.

Jayden Moore
Jayden Moore

Yes, but by the early 2000’s it was already well over.
In the early 1980’s it was a raging fire.
I think that age died in stages but it was in its last dying embers by 2000 with 9/11 completely killing it.
Pic related, from 1983.

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Lucas Ward
Lucas Ward

doesn't know how to rotate image
oldfag confirmed

Aiden Russell
Aiden Russell

Maybe.
I grew up in the 1970’s and it was probably like growing up in the 1990’s, but with more serial killers.

Jayden Perez
Jayden Perez

Went to high school in late 80s
Malls were where all my friends worked and spent free time
Multiple music stores with good songs blaring that you could from far away
Lots of small boutique stores that sold novelty items, clothing, etc
Multiple book stores
High schoolers had jobs and money to spend
Huge arcades with cute girls watching cool boys play Donkey Kong and Dig Dug
No fucking feminism, social justice, diversity
Spent weekends cruising up and down mall with buddies, girls were cute and approachable and were not cunty
We even had an ice skating rink that was open late on weekends, boys used to hold girls hand and skate together while Duran Duran played
Overall it was a fun and safe place for kids and teens

Alexander Bell
Alexander Bell

And I lived the second half of the 80s which was even MORE FIYA

Carter Butler
Carter Butler

Playing long sessions of SF2 and MK I & II in the arcade on a single quarter was quite the rush at 12 years-old. Great times, great memories, go to the arcade with a couple bucks, play for hours.

Samuel Thompson
Samuel Thompson

Now we have traffic jams that last 8 hours thanks to immigration

Blake King
Blake King

Checked you big zero.

Jayden Hughes
Jayden Hughes

No, you fucking retarded leaf cuck. To actively ruin is much worse than to do nothing. Hell, even if Boomers just did NOTHING they'd have at least not ruined everything.

Lincoln Butler
Lincoln Butler

that blackpill post
those digits
s-stop it, user...it hurts.

James Powell
James Powell

Grew up in SoCal, only a few Mexicans, and they were well behaved and spoke English well.

Christopher Mitchell
Christopher Mitchell

very few gave a shit about these these things in the late eighties

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Austin Smith
Austin Smith

The 90s did have degeneracy though too. It had been building up, people acting like the world was going to end and doing crazy things that further spawned more degeneracy. Before 9/11, hell.... it was me playing classics like Chrono Trigger and looking at the depictions of the future and wondering what the 2000s and beyond would hold. There would be no denying that "we were in the future" when it got to 2000.
You had commercials like this one of the PS2 when it first came out.
youtube.com/watch?v=nUBVvk-JUwQ
Talking about the distant future and the wonders it would have. And then that optimism, it just stopped. 9/11 gave us a kick of reality. It shocked us, but it wasn't just 9/11. But 9/11 did symbolize the beginning of our period of introspection. White people, western culture, we have a lot of thinking to do. We have to figure out who we are before we proceed. We have to figure out what we want, what we believe, what we agree on, before we become a whole race again. I also wouldn't want to be a Jew when we are done thinking, laugh as Jews might at us now.

Noah Edwards
Noah Edwards

Never thought of it ending, it just was.

Lincoln James
Lincoln James

We had tvs in our waiting areas
Kay bee toys, a REAL arcade (had my
B-day there when i was 10)

No hordes of nogs, because we had security

Those were
The days!!!

Andrew Morgan
Andrew Morgan

Thats very stylish user.

Jaxson Martin
Jaxson Martin

It was great. In the 80s, this is where you went when you wanted to play video games.

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Christian Mitchell
Christian Mitchell

In the 70s and 80s Bay Area the blacks didn’t go to malls, they went to the swap meet in Oakland. The Mexicans went to the flea market in San Jose.

Thomas Watson
Thomas Watson

but with more serial killers
And more quicksand. It seemed to be a big problem in the 70s through the mid 80s and then disappeared.

Brody Roberts
Brody Roberts

The coin fountain is a test of Whiteness.
holy shit, this is true

Robert Morales
Robert Morales

In the 70s and 80s Bay Area the blacks didn’t go to malls, they went to the swap meet in Oakland. The Mexicans went to the flea market in San Jose
Based!

Lincoln Cox
Lincoln Cox

Look at smoking in movies in the early to mid 1980’s.
jews advertised their poisonous product
that means it was good and people liked it
WRONG, you scum have always been the lowest trash in society.

Brandon Miller
Brandon Miller

something that didn't happen often and when it did it was nowhere near you

you know... unless you lived in a small, shitty enclave where it happened before, happened then, and is still happening today.

Nolan Campbell
Nolan Campbell

The coin fountain is a test of Whiteness
I’ve been meditating on this, my mind is blown

still thinking

Evan Wood
Evan Wood

bubble bobble

i remember playing this game on the ferry. put a quarter in, play for an hour, and have to leave on level 80 or so because we reached the terminal before the game was over

top value

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Jace Richardson
Jace Richardson

kike

Matthew Parker
Matthew Parker

Me too user. Me too. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Good on ya lad.

Evan Price
Evan Price

Central Coast here it turned into spickville growing up was awesome there hitting the beach everyday now its Mexican Mafia and spinoffs. Fucking trash all my white friends hate living there now...

Nathaniel Smith
Nathaniel Smith

Like mommy. Like homeland. We thought this was normal and would never leave. We took it for granted. We thought this was just how it was and it would last. How wrong we were.

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Liam Morgan
Liam Morgan

it was pure and redpilled

Hunter Carter
Hunter Carter

yes....

Connor Lewis
Connor Lewis

Aww shit nigga Tennyson High here. I escaped in 2002 and never went back. I can't imagine what Hayward looks like now.

Grayson Jackson
Grayson Jackson

Yeah, but you know what? This one, this one right here. This was my dream, my wish. And it didn't come true. So I'm taking it back. I'm taking them all back.

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Matthew Anderson
Matthew Anderson

Brainwashing and social engineering and generations who never thought for themselves.

Owen Young
Owen Young

I want to be nostalgic for the old times, but it was the metaphorical wool of unhinged consumerism being pulled over our physical eyes. It was the same purposelessness, only without the doom. I almost feel disgusted missing the live-action con being played out as the gun was being loaded for the destruction of America.

Ethan Baker
Ethan Baker

The Greatest Generation were a bunch of good goyim who fought with Stalin for the International Jew and were trained their entire life to obey. Fuck them the hardest. They are the ones who enabled the complete take over and this world order.

Asher Rogers
Asher Rogers

The Mexicans still try. You want combatant refusal to speak English go Miami were they make chicken bawks as ‘talk’

Josiah Morris
Josiah Morris

real talk

Lincoln Gutierrez
Lincoln Gutierrez

man, thats some nice 9/11 Vaporwaveish kinda shit. Looks pretty cool.

Wyatt Wright
Wyatt Wright

Feldman is a fucking Kike M8! KEK!

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Jacob Robinson
Jacob Robinson

Yeah. 2002 three months in was death

William Brown
William Brown

nah. it was good kids love consumerism. this is bad.

Juan Mitchell
Juan Mitchell

Into my heart an air that kills
From yon far country blows:
What are those blue remembered hills,
What spires, what farms are those?

That is the land of lost content,
I see it shining plain,
The happy highways where I went
And cannot come again.

Kevin Perez
Kevin Perez

Shallow, materialistic, distracting and dumb.

t. 35yo boomer responding to a multipurpose data mining and slide thread

Jackson Adams
Jackson Adams

I used to love smoking indoors.
I felt so cool smoking and staring off into the distance pretending not to see people admiring me.

Ryder Stewart
Ryder Stewart

I KNOW
ITS A FUCKIN IPOAWN

Jaxson Sullivan
Jaxson Sullivan

Wanted beautiful relateable aliens to rescue me at 8. Suicide at 14

Camden Martinez
Camden Martinez

Idk what white trash is. I know what west coast skidrow white are...

Juan Jenkins
Juan Jenkins

same bruv

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Gabriel Scott
Gabriel Scott

HA soon the opressed will come to opress us well said

Adam Bell
Adam Bell

That’s the Smith Haven mall on Long Island. I hung out there in the 80s.

Jacob Jackson
Jacob Jackson

facinating but it does requie patience

Levi Martinez
Levi Martinez

I remember riding in my grandparents car with grandma smoking cigarettes, grandpa a cigar and only the air conditioner providing ventilation the whole two-hour ride.

Gavin Ross
Gavin Ross

Man user here. Smoking CIGARETS merits ostracization infact they do it to get rid of people

Evan Myers
Evan Myers

Thank you

Luke Jackson
Luke Jackson

We were all excessively worried about quicksand, sometimes even in our own backyards!

Aaron Gray
Aaron Gray

What race r u

Ayden James
Ayden James

Ignorance was bliss.

Jonathan Martin
Jonathan Martin

1488

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Liam Walker
Liam Walker

holy shit I remember this, quicksand was basically a paleolithic meme

Connor Evans
Connor Evans

I literally read a illustrated book warning kids about quicksand when I was a kid in the 70's.

Blake Miller
Blake Miller

Maybe now, back then that was absolutely crazy talk.

Thomas Morris
Thomas Morris

Pretty awesome. I don’t know if it’s because I was young or what but I’d do anything to go back for just one day.

Parker Lee
Parker Lee

I find it crazy that someone 50+ is posting on fucking Jow Forums using the word niggerization lmfao what has this place become. What has this world become?

Landon Brown
Landon Brown

Mass media disintegrates lol, would be cool, but I remember in 2004 (internet) EVERYONE told me they didn’t have a tv, then suddenly in 2008 with flat screens those people became extinct

Kevin Cooper
Kevin Cooper

Quicksand was an ever present danger and we all had stories about our own, or friends of friends, narrow escapes.
Also, stories of WWII were plentiful from parents and relatives.

Jayden Hall
Jayden Hall

Whoops too old. Where talking about the 90s possibly second half of 80s

Isaiah Wood
Isaiah Wood

I went there, 87 or 8

William Hernandez
William Hernandez

I used to hang out at a mall in Sacramento circa summer 1975. So did members of the Manson Family. Four or five chicks dressed up in red hooded cloaks with swastikas on their foreheads, like Charlie. This was right before Squeaky Fromme took a potshot at Pres. Ford in San Fran. I’m sure she was one of the members I saw at that mall.

Charles James
Charles James

It’s this fucked up world.
I shouldn’t want a damn thing to do with any of you whipper snappers!
It’s like me and a few other old fags are recounting tales of Pompey before 71AD eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

Ryan Reed
Ryan Reed

I miss all the 80s 90s estetic

Henry Green
Henry Green

If you move, you will sink quicker ;)

Isaiah Kelly
Isaiah Kelly

Doesn’t remember anti-nuke protests in 1985-87 when Reagan wanted to put mobile short range nukes in West Germany

Aaron Davis
Aaron Davis

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Kevin Watson
Kevin Watson

Yeah why isn’t America just rubble and fires due to civil war by now? What’s it going to take to get people to realize we have to genocide browns and subhumans?

Blake Turner
Blake Turner

Hayward is such a fucking shit hole now. Way too many people. So many dot Indians and pakis. Trash everywhere. Takes an hour to drive from Tennyson HS to Castro Valley.

The street I grew up on had no sidewalks, everyone owned their house, everyone had kids, one MAYBE two cars in driveway, people took care of their property. Now it’s all rentals, cars parked bumper to bumper all up and down both sides of street, 20 people living in every house, trash everywhere, cars get broken into every night. Moved my dad out of there last year. It’s absolute fucking hell.

Grayson Wright
Grayson Wright

This is what I believed when I was having a ciggaret while on magic mushrooms

Joshua Cruz
Joshua Cruz

I lived in the rockies, I knew about sinkholes but I had never even heard of quicksand until I read that book and then the world book entry.
Lots of cool ww2 stories though, my grandads were army buddies in the ppcli and fought in Ortana and a bunch of other places and sometimes they would drink together and talk about it

Levi Nguyen
Levi Nguyen

only a disgusting aryan would make this post.

Jack Carter
Jack Carter

damn is that what this is?
first sentence is dumb tho

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Colton Long
Colton Long

Oldfag here, graduated h.s. in '85. That scene of a mom in a mall shows her smoking but it was a wonderful life. Probably not a single beaner or poo in in that mall, hardly any niggers.

James Clark
James Clark

I think the whole quicksand business was TV trope related, now it just sounds so stupid it does show up in any television story lines.

Ayden Mitchell
Ayden Mitchell

It's not just about feeling like you belong, it's also about being free of the thousand little shitty things orcs and goblins constantly do that make their immediate area toxic. Odds are you probably don't consciously realize all the behaviors that make you hate them while it's happening, but once you escape diversity and spend a day hearing everyone speak your language without butchering it, and overhearing no one talk publicly about carnality and violence, and having no interactions with anyone whose IQ is a standard deviation below yours and the shear effort it takes to convey a thought across that gap, the stress you've been carrying melts away and it becomes obvious how much the constraint frustration was poisoning your psyche. Diversity subjects you to a million little micro-traumas and tiny degradations that don't even register until they're gone.

It's hard to articulate, but it's a factor.

Mason Ross
Mason Ross

My first concert. I saw them at the Greek Theater in Berkeley in 1987.

Joshua Perry
Joshua Perry

i remember when grocery stores had those pillar type ashtrays at the end of each aisle. most businesses had an ashtray next to the cash register

Jack Cox
Jack Cox

203972136
Bent over being thicc?

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Christopher Stewart
Christopher Stewart

The only black people in that environment at that time were blacks that carried themselves properly and didn't behave like niggers. Anyone that was hispanic was mixed. Native beans were unheard of outside of states near the southern border.

Michael Smith
Michael Smith

We saw them a bunch at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA. Maybe 1982-1982?
They used to have great concerts there included in your park admission price. You could only begin lining up an hour before the show.

Christian Gomez
Christian Gomez

90s boio
Went to boyscouts, camped out with the boys frequently (all white ofc)
Mid-winter camping
Make smores indoors because too cold, fuck that shit
Go outside afterwards anyway, boys form into two giant squads
Allow 10 minutes prep time
Teams were building snow barriers and trenches (yes snow was heavy that day)
Probably the most exciting time of my life
Remember being chased by two bigger boys, one throws a fucking cannon-sized snow boulder on me and I go down
Way bigger than me so practically cheating; don't care because it was so fun

Go home to my comfy suburban life
Scooter around the neighborhood by myself, often going to my (white) friends' homes
Would go to the mall by myself even though it was a bit of a ride away
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dump my scooter in a little wooded area by it so no one would steal my scooter and walk around the mall just to kill time/look at people/look at things
When bored went inside and played very difficult but fun games on my Gameboy
House looks like the one in background in pic related, except with black shutters, a balcony off its side and a picket fence

Comfy life, white life.
The neighborhood is now majority ethnic.

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Justin Diaz
Justin Diaz

I saw a grateful dead documentary, it was in the 70s and they were interviewing the white kids on line for the concert or to buy tickets. No phones. Kids were actually talking to each other. It's like we are zombies now.

Sebastian Rodriguez
Sebastian Rodriguez

fuck I hate immigrant introduced parking shortages and traffic and rent inavailblity and high rent.

Immigrant apologists online will say ‘but they get to have a better life!’
Yeah and then they crank their leafblowers destroying our air AND NOT EVEN REALIZING IT

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Logan Barnes
Logan Barnes

To me the subhumans are the yellows

Aiden Davis
Aiden Davis

I distinctly remember, even in the relatively small area I lived, there being an FUCKTON of coins at the bottom of our local mall's fountain. They were probably 1 to 2 inches deep.....bottom totally covered. Nobody throws coins away now.

Anthony Sullivan
Anthony Sullivan

The immigrants are the source of much of our problems

Sebastian Long
Sebastian Long

We need them for food and fuel

Josiah Lee
Josiah Lee

The shear effort it takes to convey a thought across that gap

John Sullivan
John Sullivan

this image enrages me still

Michael Gomez
Michael Gomez

nullifying wishes of the stupid goys

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Gabriel Cooper
Gabriel Cooper

Jews!

Jason Morales
Jason Morales

It does me too.
The kids and the father all need the shit kicked out of them.
Now if you even said anything your life would be ruined.

Xavier Brooks
Xavier Brooks

this is exactly how i feel about moving out of the east Bay Area to a low population majority white state

I never thought about all the micro-traumas, i just woke up one day in hell and couldn't take it any more

took huge paycut and lost most of my friends and family but now i'm at peace

Parker Perry
Parker Perry

It's like if you were playing a pre-release beta version of a video game, and roughly half the NPC interactions harmed you in some small way. Either you lose a single point of health, or mana, or a singe unit of the game's currency.
Something small, something trivial, something you can eventually get used to and overlook, but it's constant, 44% of NPC interactions cause you some minor harm.

And then the final version of the game comes out, and they fixed the bug and 0% of NPCs you talk to deal you chip damage. It's a minor change, you had come to take the chip damage for granted, but the absence of it is a total game-changer. Just being able to play without the expectation of it vastly improves the enjoyment you get from playing.

That's what going from mixed areas to white-only areas is like.

Caleb Richardson
Caleb Richardson

always a victim mentality about Boomers..they're a population bubble, nothing more. Such is life.

John Phillips
John Phillips

lol chill the fuck out and let people enjoy things you little bitch

Nathan Bailey
Nathan Bailey

Well put.

Carter Martinez
Carter Martinez

I’m gentile

Jeremiah Fisher
Jeremiah Fisher

they literally used to teach us at school in the 90s to hide under the desks if a nuclear war starts.
i remember one teacher making us all watch threads too, when we were like 7.
weird.

what was the deal with this? they wanted to make us irrationally scared of nuclear war for what reason exactly?

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Nathaniel Bell
Nathaniel Bell

In the 1990’s?
The Cold War ended by 1990-1991
We barely got that in the 1970’s

Michael Ward
Michael Ward

it's weird as fuck and makes no sense, australia literally had 1963 america tier nuke paranoia in 1995.

we literally learned to make those makeshift nuclear shelters with a door nailed against a wall.

John Ward
John Ward

discord
==========.
.gg/xSzhBEd
Come redpill these retards.

Nathan Morgan
Nathan Morgan

thank you for articulating what i've been feeling for years

i always stopped myself from exploring those thoughts because i felt badly about judging orcs and goblins

Henry Roberts
Henry Roberts

*australian schools had nuke paranoia*
i dont remember anyone freaking out about nuclear war, outside of school.

Lucas Mitchell
Lucas Mitchell

Every once in a while a gem like this appears. So simple, so perfect...

Blake Cook
Blake Cook

Hello fellow 30 year old boomer.
Good times, man. Good times.
Lemonade stands, riding bikes, building club houses, camping, and playing sega with frens, all of whom are white. GOD I miss those summers.

Carson Anderson
Carson Anderson

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Ryan Wright
Ryan Wright

nullifying wishes of the stupid goys
Underrated.

Luis Hernandez
Luis Hernandez

I didn’t know.
Yeah, they were being alarmists.
I think Maximum American Nuke Paranoia was October 1962.
It slowly built, but was mostly faded over the next five to six years.

Carson Miller
Carson Miller

Woah. I'm fucking ancient. Battle Tank, Asteroids, Scramble System...before that, bunch of mates threw in and ordered an Altair 880 kit so we coud play lunar lander, Ca.1976.
Life was good, man.

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Joshua Martinez
Joshua Martinez

Everybody's so fat that they float now so it's not really a big deal anymore.

Luis Edwards
Luis Edwards

maybe it was emu attack drills disguised as nuke drills

Nathaniel Diaz
Nathaniel Diaz

Comfy as fuck.
Now kids are indoors 24/7 and in front of some screen or another, absorbing all the toxic influences found online and end up turning into fake, degenerate messes before they even reach their teens.
Being robbed of a healthy childhood and a stable future.

Eli Scott
Eli Scott

comfy

David Martinez
David Martinez

Hello grandpa

Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith

fpbp

Julian Kelly
Julian Kelly

i think you are thinking of the Judas Priest concert.

I genuinely Hate the present. My main interest in time travel is i feel completely out of place Here/Now. I think i would of been a perfectly happy adult from 1965-1995, retiring and leaving the country in 1995. Or maybe 199 years in the future where the Chaos of waiting for the next shoe to drop while the chaos slowly builds up and things get more shit has finally blown over and the world looks like either Elyseum or Fallout.

the only way out of here is in a time machine.

Adrian Wright
Adrian Wright

redpill retards
retards control server
get doxxed
Nah I'm good. Redpilling in an environment where the retards control the environment is like walking into court and telling the judge to suck your balls. It won't end well. You and others get redpilled because you seek the truth, therefore you deserve the truth. Those who don't seek on their own will never find and trying to push it on those who aren't seeking doesn't change that. No one really changes other people's minds other than through manipulation. But we change our own minds once we come across new information that agrees with our sensibilities, our sensibilities hinging on what information we already have and accept as valid.

Hudson Thompson
Hudson Thompson

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Camden Cook
Camden Cook

jews' product
smoking

the whole reason smoking got shut down hard was because it wasn't a jewish industry. It was nearly entirely controlled by old white families, one of the last pure white industries left because there was no room for jewish nepotism on a fucking tobacco farm.

Alexander Sanchez
Alexander Sanchez

1973, right?

Nolan Sanders
Nolan Sanders

when i was growing up in the 70s and 80s i had so much freedom
i had a paper route at 10 years old and had spending money
i would walk 30 minutes to the bus stop, take the bus to the mall which was 10 miles away
spend all day at the mall, eating pizza, playing Galaga, buying a cassette tape of my favorite band

rode bike all over neighborhood
played in creek in hills above house
hunted quail with BB gun

kids these days...sucks for them...no freedom...no fun

Oliver Bennett
Oliver Bennett

Bad photo.
That interior design is ugly as fuck.
It must have some healthy white families sitting down at least to fit the caption.

Ryder Thompson
Ryder Thompson

It's almost as if our tribe is different from the long nose and assorted brown/black tribes. Thanks Golden Generation for saving those kikes and damning us to a Civil War!

Zachary Sanders
Zachary Sanders

Once all the boomers die out of old age, will the world become a better place? Or worse?

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Connor Torres
Connor Torres

you're full of shit

Aiden Smith
Aiden Smith

oldfag here

Adrian Baker
Adrian Baker

don't let anyone ever tell you, you are not a good person

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Mason Gonzalez
Mason Gonzalez

That's a stupid fucking word considering it's literally romanticism.

Caleb Russell
Caleb Russell

I still has a snippet of this through the 90s, though I was much more aware of a creeping attitude that me running around by myself at my young age might not be acceptable to some. I was never confronted however, and I enjoyed a nice free upbringing as well doing some of the same things (my grandpa owned a store and sometimes I would help out as a kid too, though generally working as a kid in such a way was unheard of).
The internet was still new and took a while to catch on.
I was lucky enough to experience at least a snippet of a more natural life.

Camden Edwards
Camden Edwards

But, you get to inhabit your own body at the age you were back then.
Going back to 1980 as a fifty year old neet would be some kind of hell.

Levi Ortiz
Levi Ortiz

That could be. I didn't get to watch tv much, we almost never had decent signals.
We went down into town to watch hockey.

Jonathan Powell
Jonathan Powell

Born in 1992 in a Southern city here. Never stood a chance.

Adam Jenkins
Adam Jenkins

I liked to clean the streets of degenerates, bums, thots, druggies and pitbulls in NARC.

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Levi Taylor
Levi Taylor

Yes, back in my day, teenagers had jobs.
Yeah then you stupid fucks brought in a bunch of shit skins and let employers pay them pennies. If kids could make 25/hour working at the mall you bet your ass they'd be fighting for those jobs today. It's just not worth it for 8/hour.

Jayden Kelly
Jayden Kelly

flickr.com/photos/c3nostalgia/
youtube.com/watch?v=gwujw4SfvzI

Sebastian Howard
Sebastian Howard

Kek

Cameron Carter
Cameron Carter

This game was based as fuck. Forgot about NARC...

Carson Evans
Carson Evans

That looks awful.

I really don't get the nostalgia and love people have for the 80s/90s. Everything was ugly.

Josiah Sullivan
Josiah Sullivan

pre 1995 was alright, after 1995 was when things went to shit. I remember how fast things started to turn. people didnt want to chat, the idea of talking to strangers in public started to make people angry. Tech is My Life became a thing. SJW's started popping out in force.

youtube.com/watch?v=whZuz5Dwtw8

James James
James James

I just had this discussion yesterday, Kids won't experience many things I did, swimming in the Sacramento River off a Rope swing (all gone cause of the Trees now... JUmping off small bridges. (Now they all got no jumping signs) Or having a Dirt Clod Fight in the field all day with your friends. (Nobody gets hit usually--usually, because you learn what the capabilities of your enemy are and distance and many other factors that kids these day will never experience. I Can't even begin to register all the things that are gone. Illegal fireworks, Campbells soup can with the fire cracker in the center in a bucket of water. The OLDER stuff at Santa Cruz Boardwalk that is gone now. SheeZ I am showing my age here. Illegal concerts in the Farms of Elk Grove those were always fun. Shoot I can go on and on..

Michael Stewart
Michael Stewart

That is normal in Mexico

Brody Robinson
Brody Robinson

The feels in 1987
youtu.be/RYbe-35_BaA

It really WAS like this!

Michael Bennett
Michael Bennett

its 1995
major cattle show in texas
eat breakfast in the non smoking section of dennys
go spend all day playing with new cowfriends I meet
parents dgaf and enjoy making an honest liveable wage
a few years later, fighting in Fallujah
smell some dirty shit pile, and reminds me of cow smells
where did it all go wrong?

Ryder Garcia
Ryder Garcia

What is normal in Mexico?
Cartel beheadings at the mall?

Kayden Torres
Kayden Torres

Where do you go to escape this feeling?

Easton Johnson
Easton Johnson

Everything was so good I never thought about it being special. Didn’t get lung cancer from second hand smoke either. It’s like life was more colorful and wholesome. But there was a crowd of people polite company didn’t talk about. Homosexuals and liberals! Today people can’t blush anymore nothing is offensive. Wholesome morality and dare I say righteousness is mocked and ridiculed as old fashioned.

IF YOU DONT ACT OLD FASHIONED YOU WONT GO BACK TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS

Camden Morgan
Camden Morgan

in 1987 i made $3.35 an hour at JC Penney
that was enough to buy two gallons of gas
it was also enough to buy a combo meal at burger king
$8 an hour today seems about the same

the difference is this: 30 years ago minimum wage was for entry level jobs. these were jobs that only teenagers worked because they lived at home and had no expenses.

back then, working a minimum wage job, as a teenager living at home, it WAS worth it.

Jordan Turner
Jordan Turner

when we went to the mall we had chick fil a before it was chic fil a.

Adrian Fisher
Adrian Fisher

You didn't think about it back then. I smoked in my Biology classroom in 8th grade. The teacher handed out ashtrays to the smokers.
After that class I had rifle club with the .22 I had with me in biology class. I'm not making this up.
You could smoke everywhere and no one ever batted and eye or coughed at your smoke or brushed away the smoke. Hell girls would blow smoke right in your face and that's was the signal that they liked you. I would guess more than 50% of people smoked.
The whole world has become a bunch of fucking pussies.

Dylan Wood
Dylan Wood

Who would pay a thousand dollars for a damn coin

Caleb Harris
Caleb Harris

What is normal in Mexico?
Cartel beheadings at the mall?
Kek'd!

Cameron Hill
Cameron Hill

and you are the reason we don't have a society anymore.
Always acquiescing to the fucking crybabies got us where we are now.

Jaxon Garcia
Jaxon Garcia

cold war
coke cartels
gang violence
race riots
I was young, but I sure as shit remember developing my own sense of doom on some things, and being fed it on others. Early genX was just too caught up in themselves to acknowledge any of it. 1/10 of them were doing coke and not giving a fuck.

Colton Lopez
Colton Lopez

Sadly enough user, they’ve even made their way into all of Montana. The past year alone has gotten to be the absolute worst it’s ever been. I’m starting to think the old ways have gone to shit, literally.

Nicholas Robinson
Nicholas Robinson

Don't forget the SKY was DARK BLUE not this nasty silver

Adam Foster
Adam Foster

fucking leeelll

Eli Martin
Eli Martin

Consciousness Teleportation would be fun. But, i doubt i could resist the urge to fuck the time line and go off into an alternate universe. Being my current age in 1965 would probably suck, but, IF i had the ability my first trip would be into the future. To see if it's all fucked,

Isaiah Sanchez
Isaiah Sanchez

i moved to southwestern wyoming, very close to the utah border

Nicholas Wood
Nicholas Wood

I was the 1/10 then, didn't have a care in the world once I got out of the army

Dylan Smith
Dylan Smith

Well, congratulations for giving a fuck. Not giving a fuck is what got us here. Question is: Is it too late?

Jaxson Rogers
Jaxson Rogers

Perhaps, but what if all changes you make to the timeline collapse or pop like a soap bubble when you exit that timeline.
It just resets as if you were never there when you leave.

Joseph Nelson
Joseph Nelson

You have an Aryan sou

Grayson Perez
Grayson Perez

*soul

Charles Stewart
Charles Stewart

Sacramento High Archery.
Having mechanical/tech skills is nearly a perfect sign they are not a puss.

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Jack King
Jack King

There's more of us here than you realize. I'm not 50 yet, but I'm close...

Jaxon Baker
Jaxon Baker

hardcore

Grayson Gutierrez
Grayson Gutierrez

ahh yes, the vagene-based minigolf hole...

Owen Lee
Owen Lee

1 oz .999 gold. I happily give 1000. Got any?

Andrew Thompson
Andrew Thompson

I don't think so, I've noticed the zoomers have a lot of natsoc sympathies, totally a different breed than the commie millenials. As cringey as they are I have a little bit of hope that they can fix the world

Owen Roberts
Owen Roberts

You could do that in Georgetown mall in DC until a few years ago

Ayden Morris
Ayden Morris

My school never had archery. Was always a life long goal of mine to learn archery. I envy you.

Austin King
Austin King

We could smoke in High School in 1983

Camden Johnson
Camden Johnson

A history of it.

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Landon Miller
Landon Miller

those universes all exist already user, independent of this one. Going back and fucking things doesn't create them, it just sends the YOU fucking around back then off into an alternate one; you probably wont be able to make it back to This one.

i have thought a lot about this, because i do seriously intend to do this. My thinking is. I would fuck with things just enough to where i am very wealthy, hundreds of millions, enough to do whatever i want, but not enough to where i could not hide. My thinking is as long as the world looks close enough to this one, ie the USA isnt New Great Quebec or some shit, money is money, life is life, then who cares if i warped to the universe where i invested heavily in Apple - Amazon and Google in the mid 1990s.

Hudson Lee
Hudson Lee

We cant even smoke on outdoor patios anymore you pathetic faggot.

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Matthew Bailey
Matthew Bailey

shiet mid 30's here. I'm old enough to have caught the 80's and mid 90's. Everything went to shit afterwards. Things haven't been the same since Jerry Springer and 9/11. Rap culture was frowned upon. Was a totally different era..all within the span of 2-3 decades. Social engineering at it's finest.

Isaac Jackson
Isaac Jackson

based and checked

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Xavier Turner
Xavier Turner

You should be glad they finally got the program figured out. Smoking nearly killed me. Vape or don't do nothing

Adam Cooper
Adam Cooper

I’d like to talk further about this.
What paradox would there be in having a place that you go to leave messages for yourself, such as “don’t travel back in time”.

Anthony Young
Anthony Young

It was spectacular. Indescribable. Notice not a single phone in the bunch either.

You would have a regular time that you got together with your friends and everyone just showed up. There was nothing competing for attention. TV was shit, there was no Internet, no smart phones.

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Hunter Roberts
Hunter Roberts

Quickly after 96... then downward spiral. then 911, then DHS was created under Bush, and then the rule of law went down the toilet. (From my view here in California)

Jason King
Jason King

Dragon's Lair
Ohh the feels... I can still hear the voice, "Dragon's Lair!"

Christian Butler
Christian Butler

can still do it in some places in the US.
walked into a shell station in Kentucky and everyone was smoking and stopped at a Country Kitchen in South Carolina and people were smoking with their morning coffee and grits

Matthew Martinez
Matthew Martinez

California
Holy shit. Do you remember a time when California was still somewhat white?

Brandon Sullivan
Brandon Sullivan

yes yes yes and.. yes yes.

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Cooper Morgan
Cooper Morgan

Yes, the mid 1980’s!
The 1970’s even more so.

Christian Martin
Christian Martin

The smoking in public? The shopping mall? Or the lack of minorities?

Robert Jones
Robert Jones

Low IQ sandnigger go back to your cave

Adrian Ward
Adrian Ward

Reading this thread is like listening to people talk about the first years of World of Warcraft

Carter Brown
Carter Brown

this is what americans meant when they were going on about being free

modern americans are just repeating the buzzwords, they're literal walmart slaves

Isaiah Miller
Isaiah Miller

Inter-racial couples especially BM- WM were taboo, and trannies and gays..forget about it. They were seen as lepers. Now ALL of that stuff is heavily promoted non..stop.

Logan Cooper
Logan Cooper

there are no paradoxes. Every possible possibility exists in a far enough alternate universe.

As far a leaving a note for yourself somewhere that says some silly shit, it could send A You off into an alternate Universe, for example, You sending yourself a Note last week to play the winning lotto numbers wouldnt Make You rich, it would make an Alternate universe you rich though. This is supposedly being played around with but eats up a lot of power.

Oliver Jenkins
Oliver Jenkins

i spent so much money on that game and never finished it

youtube.com/watch?v=C-dg4J9_nes

but now i know how it ends!

Christian Howard
Christian Howard

I honestly never thought about it.

Christopher Gray
Christopher Gray

Yeah, nah... Hair was just like that at the time. We all had a lot of it.

Isaiah Davis
Isaiah Davis

Me and my family, Easter 1986. Those days won't ever come back. And each day just takes me further and further away. At least I have my own family now, and I can see the world like that again through my own child's eyes.

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Jaxson Brooks
Jaxson Brooks

when i was a little kid in the 70s
i lived in Hayward in the East Bay Area
10 miles away from Oakland
Hayward was majority white
i remember when the first black kids arrived at my elementary school...they looked like aliens to me

Christopher Davis
Christopher Davis

We had the LOW picket fences back in the 60's. Now fences are much taller and solid.

Joseph Ortiz
Joseph Ortiz

Fuck yeah, quicksand! I remember that shit now. My friends and I would comb woods and wetlands all over the place looking for, and being afraid of quicksand. That shit was irrational and awesome.

William Williams
William Williams

Wow. Even the stormclouds back then looked happier.

Jack Brown
Jack Brown

all these kiddo role-players are actually making me sick

Logan Williams
Logan Williams

Hang in there fren

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Adam Sullivan
Adam Sullivan

It was beautiful. We were free. We talked in person. We meet up. We went on dates. We did things together. There was a feeling of togetherness. It was fine to talk shit and laugh about it. We had no distractions. It was a simple time. Didn't have instant gratification, but we had each other. It was a simple time and a better time.

Liam Sanchez
Liam Sanchez

Where did all the neon go? I miss the warm glow.

Jonathan Clark
Jonathan Clark

They were alien.
A hostile alien species and your existence is grotesque and incomprehensible to them, but they still hate you.

Adrian Mitchell
Adrian Mitchell

Manics Alwaysy Have A Nice Day

Jackson Mitchell
Jackson Mitchell

It's true, actually. I hadn't thought of that. Fences used to be like waist high or a bit above. Basically enough to keep a dog in the yard, but you could still talk to your neighbor, and it didn't feel like you were trying to isolate yourself from the world or retain some privacy in your yard. Now the idea of a fence that doesn't block you from view seems kind of odd.

Christian King
Christian King

You would have a regular time that you got together with your friends and everyone just showed up. There was nothing competing for attention. TV was shit, there was no Internet, no smart phones.

This reminds me of back in the 1980's, having family gatherings was a routine thing, every other day, at least weekly, we'd all go to some restaurant or chain restaurant. And, hang out and bullshit with each other. Fast Forward to about early 2000's, we would barely still meet for Thanksgiving, and the younger ones would snarl about how they had to be there instead of fucking around with some internet bullshit, cause it's not like you cant do that the other 364 days of the year. Fast Forward to about 2010, family no longer even meets for holidays,

Carter Bailey
Carter Bailey

Here's what it feels like now it's all gone...

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Jordan Russell
Jordan Russell

Yeah us kids did sports all the time 24/7/365 fitness doorbell ditchem, tag, slaughterball, hide seek, treehouse building, dog carts, mini-bikes, go carts. IF the ball went over the fence that pickets were easy to jump without knocking.. (for us kids)
This is what it feels like to me now. (the pic)

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Brody Nguyen
Brody Nguyen

21:10
20 year old guy dating a 13 year old girl

David Jenkins
David Jenkins

THIS IS WHY WE MAGA!!!

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Nathaniel Thomas
Nathaniel Thomas

boys used to hold girls hand and skate together while Duran Duran played
Her name is Rio and she dances on the sand...

Aaron Lewis
Aaron Lewis

OMG a pee-chee!

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Jace Phillips
Jace Phillips

No its pretty and not commie block looking

Christian Foster
Christian Foster

That
Pretty
kek no

Juan Hill
Juan Hill

I use to love getting my ass kicked at MK2 in the arcade and leaving all pissed off. The coin funnel things were fun too when I was a little kid. Haven't seen one in a long time.

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Isaac Flores
Isaac Flores

Everything was beautiful. Everything is ugly now

Nolan Lee
Nolan Lee

Just think, if you could go back how many times a day you would have that feeling, over all sorts of things!
Yes, a real pee chee folder.

Jose Parker
Jose Parker

There used to be strangers you could talk to, then everybody became so unrelateable

Hunter Stewart
Hunter Stewart

kids these days don't use peechee folders, do they?

Evan Anderson
Evan Anderson

I seriously played basketball for the entirety of my youth. I played in the snow, in the rain. I sold my GI Joes to buy a hoop, and my dad installed it in the back yard. We just had a dirt court, but it worked, and my friends all came over to play every day. I had a nintendo, but I don't have the nostalgic connection to NES like a lot of dudes my age have. I played it, but I remember getting bored and wanting to go out into the neighborhood and be a crazy kid, so I did.
I couldn't imagine what would happen if you'd given me a modern phone and a modern laptop with access to the entire world and a library of video games that never ends. I wouldn't be the person I am today, that's for sure. Is it weird that a man in his 30s is already feeling like a dinosaur that the world has left behind? Nothing makes sense anymore. I don't get the cultural references, the music, the humor. I use the computer a lot, but I still have land and space to roam around in, and work to do on that land. I don't play video games, and I don't use my phone unless I'm in a waiting room, on the shitter.

Logan Martinez
Logan Martinez

I grew up in Sac, but had family in Carmel. So I got to go all over Cali.. this represents the best I remember back then... of the Santa Cruz area.. It's my Hareth I guess. A place I can't return to.
youtube.com/watch?v=YE-FxeaaA3w

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Matthew Turner
Matthew Turner

hello fellow 40 year old boomer friend

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Michael Cruz
Michael Cruz

I surfed all those places in the late 80s. My favorite was 41st St (The Hook). Too many jerks at Steamer Lane.

Jace Myers
Jace Myers

That's wonderful. Do they still have it today ?

Jayden Morris
Jayden Morris

I'm damn near 60. GTFO my lawn!

Tyler Rogers
Tyler Rogers

I think the fire started in the 50s and started raging throughout the 60s and 70s. I think the 80s felt like the fire was under control and that we could do this. In the 90s we realized how much it spread and we were giving up, and in the 2000s things started to explode. Now we are watching and waiting. Praying the fire won't reach our front door.

Brandon Clark
Brandon Clark

I can't even remember the last time I heard the word quicksand, either.

It's like the psyops of the day, just like now, were intended to keep us frightened.

Aaron Wood
Aaron Wood

It would bring a tear to my eye to go back, everything was much simpler back then, and people weren't glued to their tracking devices.

I don't think so, at least I never see them in stores. Kids want flashy stuff now.

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Adrian Jackson
Adrian Jackson

Sweet!
Tonight is the reminisces of the old fags.

Aaron Bell
Aaron Bell

I dont get Jow Forums’s thinking white people (in my case Italian) cant have curly hair... have you guys ever even seen white people in real life?

Evan Adams
Evan Adams

That's why I quit smoking crack. Got sick of all the niggers.

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