10 thoughts on “90 Reasons to Hate the 90s”

  1. ehhh… take your hipster whining about everything that hipsters used to do someplace that might care about it. i have a hint for you: the devil and farmers both carry one of them.

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  2. Of course. It’s just dopey ranting of an extremely juvenile manner. But there are at least a few items that are more than a little right on: e.g., 18. Self-Referential Chic.

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  3. I like #56:

    “Liberals Who Voted For Nader Because There Was No Difference Between Bush and Gore

    Admit it: you fucked up. Big time. There was a huge difference between Bush and Gore.

    you’re the reason why America is in the shit-hole it’s in today.

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  4. I admit it, I was one of ’em. And I fucked up. But I think the people who voted for Bush probably had more to do with it.

    And the #39 Thomas Friedman mention got a big “fuck yes” out of me. Very funny.

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  5. I enjoyed reading that. Some of it was hilarious and totally right on.

    The bits on the Martini bars, “e-anything,” and using Netscape to stick it to the man, really cracked me up. Mainly, because I think I said the same thing about 6 years ago, haha.

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  6. if theyre pulling the old nader stole the votes bit, then its not well informed since more folks jumped ship from gore to buush tahn from gore to nader

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  7. Plus the fact that Gore actually WON the popular election. Now, maybe if you’re a Nader voter in a state where Bush’s margin of victory was larger than the number of votes Nader got, then maybe you’re a bastard, but that’s really the only way to go about it and I suspect there are *very few* states like that anyway. Why not blame people who really deserve it, like the Supreme Court?

    How does the 2000 election make a list about the 90s in the first place?

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  8. I voted for Nader in ’00. I make no apologies. I woulda voted for him in ’04, too, if the IL political machine hadn’t kept him off the ballot.

    If I lived in FLA or OH, of course, it would be a different story.

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  9. well 2000 is the last year of the official decade of the 1990’s

    but really, the campaign itself was in the 90s

    “How does the 2000 election make a list about the 90s in the first place?”

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