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post #541 of 710
have these catchy tunes been posted yet? i think i might have??? sorry





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post #542 of 710
Middle school? You asked for it. I don't think there was any kid in my middle school who did not listen to Linkin Park. It was the one thing my entire school could agree upon.
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post #543 of 710
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Originally Posted by Helix View Post
I can't believe nobody's mentioned MST3K yet. 90s sci-fi channel was so full of awesome.
I still watch MST3K on the regular. Such a good show. Aaaaand, they're still doing more movies online: http://www.rifftrax.com/
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also... i went to a taping of the show and got some signed glossy photo of the dude that played J.T.
Dude, I used to love the whole TGIF line-up. I used to get so psyched for weekend TV... TGIF when I get home Friday, Saturday Morning Cartoons, SNICK, and then Sunday Morning Nicktoons. All that TV was probably really bad for me developmentally, but who gives a shit now. Oh, and I forget if SNICK's already been posted but: Best superhero ever.
post #544 of 710
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Originally Posted by shellshock View Post
How crazy is it that over the course of the show that the Tomboy chick grew up to become the hottest chick on the show? I'm calling this "The Topanga Phenomenon". Also, if you have the time, look up the careers of the regular cast. It's impressive how many went on to do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for the rest of their lives after this show ended. It's also pretty impressive how many sitcoms there are that were on for years and cannot be found almost anywhere in syndication today. Outside of the shows on TBS, it seems like the only syndication regulars are The Simpsons, Seinfeld, and Friends.
post #545 of 710
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Originally Posted by Garbage Mouth View Post
Middle school? You asked for it.
I don't think there was any kid in my middle school who did not listen to Linkin Park. It was the one thing my entire school could agree upon.


1. embed only this part of the you tube url Gd9OhYroLN0 i FTFY above

2. that song is from 2001

and even their early stuff is late 90s are you early 20? anyhow welcome to the 90s doode
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post #546 of 710
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Originally Posted by tomgirl View Post
Blaze FTW. I think I still have every scene/boss from that game memorized.

I played Streets of Rage 1.

Boss 1: Biker Knife Guy
Boss 2: Freddy Kreuger Slasher Guy
Boss 3: Wrestler Punching Guy
Boss 4: Fat Fire Blowing Guy
Boss 5: Blaze Twin Ninja Chicks
Elevator
Hotel with all bosses
Final Boss
post #547 of 710
Streets of Rage reminds me of...





post #548 of 710
smart money says this thread becomes a never ending loop. fine by me boys just dont forget your OG 90s elders. rock on guys rock on
post #549 of 710
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Originally Posted by sonick View Post
I played Streets of Rage 1.

Boss 1: Biker Knife Guy
Boss 2: Freddy Kreuger Slasher Guy
Boss 3: Wrestler Punching Guy
Boss 4: Fat Fire Blowing Guy
Boss 5: Blaze Twin Ninja Chicks
Elevator
Hotel with all bosses
Final Boss

I also love how all of the bad guys (even the token bad guys) all had names, depending on what kind they were.

Also loved Phantasy Star II!


post #550 of 710
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Originally Posted by tomgirl View Post
I also love how all of the bad guys (even the token bad guys) all had names, depending on what kind they were.

Yea.

Those axe-juggling-throwing clown dudes were a biiiitch.

Also the hot police chicks with whips who would duck when you tried to punch them.
post #551 of 710
Streets of Rage 3 was where it was at. I had the Japanese version. The boss battles were so much more fun than 1 and the ending was just ridiculous. I loved the old guy and the kangaroo as players as Axel and the girl and sammy got pretty boring. Remember this gay guy we had to fight ROFL
post #552 of 710
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post
How crazy is it that over the course of the show that the Tomboy chick grew up to become the hottest chick on the show? I'm calling this "The Topanga Phenomenon".



Hawt!
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post #554 of 710
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

winner winner chicken dinner. my cousin and i played for days on that. he was older and would always win untill i outgrew him and took him to school. excellent call SH.
post #555 of 710
^ I have that in my backyard as we speak. Got it for my kid a few weeks ago
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