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ITT: Things that are dated

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>Birthday episode where they specifically never sing the song and give reasons why
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>>77483878
You watched that TTG episode too, huh?
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>anthropomorphic character is overtly sexualized
>nobody in the show bats an eye to them, or even calls them ugly
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Dilbert's pretty dated for being stuck in the very late 90s/early 00s era, especially on the technology front.

His car being an EV1 is a prime example.
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>>77484175
I understand that Cartoons take months to make.

but damn, it was dated when it was released.
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>>77483878

>"Extra! Extra! Read all about it!"
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>'information superhighway'
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>>77485055
WORLD
WIDE
WEB
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>this used to be a joke
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>>77484850
Fuck man I wish that show had gotten more love. Once I found out about it and gave it a watch I was shocked at how good it was.
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>>77483878
>greentext trope thread
>>>/trash/
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>>77486224
I bet if it wasn't on UPN then it would've gotten more popular.
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>>77486300
At least we got a couple solid seasons out of it. There really wasn't an episode that wasn't great.
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>>77483878
So, now that I come out from under my rock for once, can someone explain?
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>>77486675
In the shortest sense, song rights. Said song rights are gone now.
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>"They put all the jerks in Tower One."
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>CRT Televisions and corded phones.
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>Character has a dream
>Dreams they are in their underpants and people are laughing at them
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Interfection AKA the internet circa 2002
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>>77483878
I trust you people know that "the reason why" is that the song is copyrighted.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Birthday_to_You
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>>77488490
>In September 2015, a federal judge declared that the Warner/Chappell copyright claim was invalid, ruling that the copyright registration applied only to a specific piano arrangement of the song, and not to its lyrics and melody.

it's not copyrighted. this is taken from the article you linked to.
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>>77488592
Reading is hard. I only look at the pictures.
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Is schoolyard bullying considered dated yet? Seems like bullies have migrated to social media nowadays.
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>>77488765
How would you know? Are you in elementary school ?
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>>77488765

Not just yet. There's still plenty of physical bullying to go around, but its highly monitored after these days by school faculty.
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>>77483878
There was a Regular Show ep where they poked fun at the birthday song and held a contest for the best NEW birthday song

It was a pretty good ep
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>>77486759
>Said song rights are gone now.

not only that, but I think those song rights were gone for a long time but the company (Sony?) who owned them lied about it to maintain them for decades
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>>77488399
This is as prevalent today as it was back then, it just looks a little different now.
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>>77488592
It was "copyrighted." For the longest time the douchenozzles who held the supposed copyright would make people pay for royalties before this happened.

Yeah nobody actually checked to see if it was a legit copyright all this time.
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>>77486224
>>77486588
The cartoon really out-shined the comic strips. Probably because Scott Adams isn't very funny compared to a room of seasoned writers.
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>>77490591
A lot of time on shows they assume certain songs are copyrighted and don't even bother to check because that would involve bothering the legal department and that digs into the budget.
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>>77483878
>Christmas episode
>MC has to fill in for Santa
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>>77488914
I was shocked when they actually used the birthday song at the end of the episode.
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>>77486759
Then why didn't MGSV sing the real song?
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>President is guy with a southern accent
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>WE HAVE TO GET THIS TAPE BACK TO THE VIDEO RENTAL STORE BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!
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Guy using a beeper.
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>>77493135
Cuz Time Warner owns both CN and the rights to the birthday song
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>>77484478
How is that dated? It still happens.
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>>77488395
That's not dated. it's not connected to a particular era.
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>>77487403
They still sell corded phones.
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"The future" has flying cars. Even if it's a few years away.
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> Someone uses a house phone that's plugged into the wall
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This joke honestly gets funnier with each passing year.
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>>77493920
>tfw Helga's dad eventually went bankrupt and lost everything
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>>77494676
>Nintendo NX press conference.jpg
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>>77493216
It had been in development for years by the time it came out, like all AAA games
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>>77494703
nah he sold Cell Phones in the show, and the creator confirmed a while ago that Bob eventually switched over to them as his primary business(there's a really great screencap relating to this that someone made, can't find it right now though, and Desustorage's search function seems to be broke so I can't search there to find it, if anyone has it I'd appreciate it if it was posted)
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The idea bulb is slowly becoming more dated with all those laws wanting to ban incandescent light bulbs. That's not to say it'll go away, though.
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>>77484850
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>>77494676

Exactly what I meant by >>77494533
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>>77496272
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>>77493544
didn't invader zim have an episode like this?
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>>77486046
I just mentioned this today. It seemed like back in the day everything was THE WORLD WIDE WEB. Websites and companies trying to be hip were always very insistent that they were on the WORLD WIDE WEB, and not just 'the internet'. Heck, nowadays, people just say online, or you don't even need to specify.
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>>77488592
>>In September 2015

Did you even fucking read the part you posted?
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>>77495112
lightbulb=birth of a "great" idea, that shit won't change unless it's going to be a part of a joke
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>>77487259
Think they regretted that joke, too.
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>>77485246
IT'S ALL RIGHT THERE AT YOUR FINGERTITS
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>>77486242
>Greentext meme comment
>>>/trash/
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>>77486046
Reminds me of Gremlins 2, where the super-specific cable channels were meant to be a parody of the number of channels cable offered at the time. The joke doesn't hold up as well now that cable channels have diversified even further, so a cooking channel and a horror channel don't seem out of place anymore.
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>>77493445
Considering we've had several recent presidents with Southern accents, it's not strictly outdated, especially if it's a generic president
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>>77495112
They'll just change it to be one of those power efficient screw bulbs
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>>77494987
Yeah, he mentions selling them in a few episodes. In the mid-90's cell phones were still a pricey luxury item. By the time the show ended in what, 2002 or so, they had become more common but it would still be a few years before mobile phones would become an everyday item that pretty much everyone has.
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>>77497212
I never even realized that was supposed to be a joke
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>>77496870
It's still the www/web. "Internet" is inaccurate.
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>>77494349
Warner's Music division is a completely separate company nowadays, though.
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>>77497313
>missing the point entirely.
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>>77488849
>tfw i was 10 when i started 4chan
>we could literally be talking to elementary schoolers
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Needs more obsolete video games.
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Families going to church.

I don't know many people who go to church anymore, unless they're outwardly religious. To me, it feels really dated seeing the sitcom family go to church just to fit in with the community. This is also why a lot of older episodes of The Simpsons feel out of place sometimes.

>inb4 fedora

Nothing against Christians, just church-going peer pressure.
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>>77495112
Nah that won't change. The shorthand for phone is still that old-timey receiver shape.
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Does it bother anyone elsewhen a cartoon brings attention to its "modern" elements, or worse when the plot of an entire episode revolves around it?
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>>77500740
Yeah, because that's the sort of episode you know will be "dated" first.
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Is it sad to say that characters visiting Libraries are starting to become dated?

In my town, aside from maybe doing a paper or a research project, everyone goes to the library for computers or internet access
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>>77494743
Don't criticize the Emperor's wonderful clothes, anon.
That is not allowed here.
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>>77500946
Just because you're a pleb, it doesn't mean everyone is.
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>>77483878
>Dinosaur episode not featuring feathers
>Pluto is mentioned as a planet
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>>77485055
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB7KjE1XRw8


Nothing aged worse than these movies.
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>>77500616
Not to mention the computer "wait..." symbol being an hourglass.
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>>77500990
>>Pluto is mentioned as a planet
Nothing really annoys me quite like this "controversy".

I hope in 30 years we have cartoon episodes making fun of it.
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>>77486759
In fact they were actually gone for a long time, Warner just lied.
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>>77501045
Pretty sure hourglasses were outdated long before the symbol was used for the first time.
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>>77500616
>>77501045
There's a name for this, but I can't remember nor find it.
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>>77497535
>This guy was 10 at some point doing 4chans existence
Now I feel dated.
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>>77501049
It's a bunch of people who get super emotional over a barren rock having its classification changed, because "muh childhood"
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"Current" references -- Bob Hope cameos, jokes about Dan Quayle, a thinly veiled commentary about the Contras scandal, etc.
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>>77501091
I was six when it came out.
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>>77501144
Reported
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>>77497535
How's your first week been,champ? Memeing is a big boy responsibility, be careful.
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>>77501172
It's been twelve years, anon.
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>>77493070
Justice League had the greatest take on a Christmas episode.
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>>77501185
But it was just yesterday we had the 10 year celebration...
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>>77501129
Imagine if people where still trying to have Ceres and Juno as planets too, like they where initially classified as.
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>>77496837
Yeah. 15 years ago.
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>>77500442
Homer the Heretic is basically church life nowadays. Way more people skipping than going.
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>>77500442
>just church-going peer pressure.
>Not fedora
It's always weird to me when anons talk about people in communities. It usually just shows how long of a shut in they've been
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>>77493070
>"Hurr durr Santa isn't real because science."
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>>77500990
>people who think because feathers were found on a few smaller dinosaurs and newborn dinos that means every dino had feathers
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>>77502031
Thank you for saying this. There's no reason to slap feathers on dinosaurs outside of maniraptora and some exceptions like psittacosaurus and leallynasaura. Even then psittacosaurus had quill like structures rather than true feathers, and yet people think this is grounds to make triceratops look like a parrot.
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>>77485246
That is actually the correct name.
"Internet" is a misnomer that people use because it's faster and that's the term they were exposed to the most.

Prime was right
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>>77497212
>We have 300 channels!
>So you just have the basic package then? We have the premium deal with over 600 channels including a bunch of foreign ones.
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>>77486046
I think it wraps around to be the opposite joke. First they're so rich and cutting edge they have a website. Now they're so poor and far behind they couldn't get their own name and are some cheap generic site
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>>77500442
Where I live there's a saying, the surest way to make your kid into an atheist is to enroll them into a catholic school. My family in general stopped going to church by the time I was in highschool and we only go nowadays when it's the anniversary of a dead family member out of respect.
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ITT: People aren't allowed to own old things or even be aware of them.
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>>77484478
>kitty
>sexualized

she's fugly, even her mother looks better after her menopause
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>>77503197
I'm sure it's mostly kids that weren't aware of them and pretend to be adults going "this is so dated now".
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>>77501199
you mean with Flash and Ultrahumanite or J'on going around Smallville?
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>>77503197
Why would you think that? I love this stuff.
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>>77493004
Scott Adams is pretty funny, his actual books beat the comic strips too.
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>>77506042
Speaking of the comic.
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>>77488399
>Those Mac OS 9 "Platinum" window-borders
Ha!
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>>77494676
The Jetsons takes place in 2062, though.
>>77501045
And the iconography for 'Save' is still a microfloppy, or a hard disk with an arrow pointing to it, both of which are dead mediums for today's computers.
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>>77493544
>We're here just in time
>but wait...
WE DIDN'T REWIND!
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>>77506468
It's fun finding Apple references that don't involve the iProducts.

>>77497212
>500 channels and nothing to watch
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>>77488659
>/co/
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>>77506687
That clip was actually in the latest Steve Jobs movie.
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>>77486046
>>77496870

>It seemed like back in the day everything was THE WORLD WIDE WEB. Websites and companies trying to be hip were always very insistent that they were on the WORLD WIDE WEB, and not just 'the internet'.

Same thing today with QR codes, few cartoons have jokes about QR codes y expect more in 2016-7
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>On tv during Bush's last year
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>>77497212
>where the super-specific cable channels were meant to be a parody of the number of channels cable offered at the time

American cable companies have super-specific packages

-Mexican/latam channels (spanish audio, no subs)
-Europe channels (original audio)
-Chinese
-Canada and France
-BBC
-HBO and HBO in spanish audio
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>>77483878

Girlfriends (or boyfriends).

I dont remember modern cartoons with romantic partners. (Yes, i know Bart Simpson)
Most are pseudo harems with zero relationships
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>>77497047
It's not like they could have known that jet fuel can't melt steel beams
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>>77506966
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>>77483878
LEAVE HIM ALONE WILMA!!! HE KNOWS WHAT HE'S DOING!!!
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>>77483878
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>>77483878

japan episode
>Ninjas, sakura tree, wacky spa, cosplayers, black stockings, etc

And:
>Character sips drink from a straw
>Detention Classrooms
>Character speaks on phone. They talk faster than the other person can answer
>Reading Playboy magazines, Fapping with Playboy magazines
>"We now return to..." immediately when they stop talking

>"Next gen" video game. Reminds me the graphics of E.T. for Atari 2600.
>Dora The Explorer: CGI Mapa
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>>77483878
Damn those magic sky castle people
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>>77506864
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>>77508215
It only hit me now that it's not /co/ material, but it's relevant to the thread anyway.
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>>77483878
I love seeing dated shit in cartoons though

when you come back on that stuff it's life a landmark in time pretty much preserving the time it originates from including attitudes and people
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>>77508627
That's why I love watching episodes involving the Y2K bug and/or the new millennium.

Of course now I wonder if years from now, people will look back at today's cartoons and spot all the stuff they consider dated. Like smartphones and memes and stuff.
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>>77508627
My exact feelings.

That's why I can appreciate TTA fully embracing the fact that they are in the 90's.

"Welcome to the 90's". It's like they knew that people would go back to watch them.
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>>77508753
Of course they will. Why would today's culture be immune to the passing of time? In twenty years we'll be the fossils whining about ye good ole days.
Or rather our children will. We already are whining about how it was better before and going "god I feel old" when some kid admits he's never had a cathodic TV.
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>>77508753
I hope that memes become less prevalent in cartoons, but I feel like it's only going to get worse
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>>77508797
Tiny Toons my nignog, it's a shame those Kennedy Cartoons episodes are an absolute eyesore to look at

seriously, you could have sent those to the most boring overseas studio but it still would have been more watchable. If you've seen those dancing sequences from A Pup Named Scooby Doo (and I know you have) you know exactly what I'm getting at.

>>77508753
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7rwY9cqabc
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>>77508933
The past always sucked.
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>>77500442
Where do you live that people aren't still going to church?
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>>77511585
He means that when the Simpsons started in the early 90s, this was at a time when fundie Christians were extremely powerful.
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>>77501045
>Loading symbol is an hourglass
>Trash can instead of recycle bin
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>>77501135
I remember not getting certain Looney Tunes jokes as a kid because they were parodies of celebrities that had been dead for decades.

Like this fucker.
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>>77508215
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>>77488765
The notion of "the bully" is incredibly outdated if it was ever true to begin with, typically if someone is bullied it's more a general ostracization than one big guy shaking you down for lunch money. Also the people that come the closest to being the one, singular bully are skinny fuckers instead of lumbering Nelson Muntz types, and needless to say they harass and talk shit instead of stuff you in lockers. I speak from experience, my "enemy" in middle school was some wigger with curly blonde hair.

I've also noticed that middle school stereotypes apply more for later elementary school and high school stereotypes apply more for middle school.
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>>77511840
He was one of the easier celebrity cameos to pick up on as a kid. His face/voice has been imitated (or actually in) in so much shit that it wasn't hard to guess where his relevance came from.
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Wally West isn't a black teenager in this. Problematic.
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Homer: We were about to learn the iron law of showbusiness. Whatever goes up must come down.
Lisa: What about Bob Hope? He's been consistently popular for over 50 years.
Homer: Anyway, we were all getting tired of...
Bart: Same with Sinatra.
Lisa: Ditto Tom Jones.

I can't remember for sure, but I thought the writers made some jokes about this on the DVD commentary.
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>>77511840
But Steve Buscemi is still alive.
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>>77512199
>Lisa: What about Bob Hope? He's been consistently popular for over 50 years

This is more amusing because by the early 90s, Bob Hope was a senile drooling 90 year old man. When he'd make appearances somewhere, people would mostly just humor him like you do your grandpa when you visit him in the rest home.
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>computer making dial-up noises
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>>77507251
>Character sips drink from a straw
Are you saying that straws are outdated? Literally a plastic tube for drinking? Outdated?
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>>77511840
So many jokes were pop culture references of the 30s and 40s, but nowadays nobody sees them as that.
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White straight males
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>>77495112
We still say "passing the torch" as an expression of handing off something to someone, even though pretty much nowhere uses torches regularly anymore in the English speaking world.
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>>77513740
I always thought it was like a reference to the olympic torch, and relay races and whatnot.

Plus, don't the british call flashlights torches?
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>>77507127
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRzOBT1qJMA
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>character is playing videogames
>is always close to getting the HIGH SCORE
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>>77512845
I think he means the idea of people "sipping" with a straw instead of half the cup
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>>77513796
Homer founded ebaums world?
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If you're gonna put real musicians in your cartoon it's probably best to stick with historically significant ones.
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I don't know if this has been posted yet but I remember when /co/ imploded for days after this shit. It was dated from airing too, but still.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndA69KiffJE&spfreload=10
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We had a thread before "Most dated Simpsons jokes". After rewatching New Kid On The Block (one of my more favorite Simpsons episodes) I was kind of struck at the sheer amount of dated references/jokes in it.
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>>77514100
>Milli Vanilli

I just don't understand how they got away with it for so long.
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Practically any episode of Tiny Toons and Animaniacs.
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>>77514207
Examples.
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>>77514100
I totally forgot about that. And Princess Toadstool was a fan of to boot.
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>>77514246
>>77514100
After the huge backlash around Milli Vanilli, MTV banned all dance pop for a while and replaced them with hip-hop videos. This ended up proved a huge factor in bringing hip-hop to mainstream attention.
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>>77514282
Pretty much everything from Marge giving Ruth a porn VHS to the fact that Ruth and Laura were obvious early 90s stereotypes (divorced mom, daughter is supposed to look like a grungefag). The talk show that Homer is watching at the start of the episode also smacks of that era.
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>>77514100
>give them large muscular upper bodies
>the actual real-life guys were twigs

???
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>>77514437
There's not divorced single moms now?
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>>77514525
There are, but the US had a huge divorce epidemic in the 70s-90s thanks to baby boomers. You probably heard the 50% of marriages end in divorce figure before, but it actually comes from that time and isn't really true anymore.
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>>77514481
It's an exaggeration of their look, which tended to have blazers with thicker than usual shoulderpads
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>>77514602
Is there any generation worse than the baby boomers?
besides every other generation too
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>>77513252
>vowing to make personally see that every child gets aids
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>>77513896
You dont know man. He could love classic games...or rogue-like games.
I-its possible.
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>>77514681
The Human generation
98.1 The Edge!
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>>77501043
It had a very optimistic view of the internet, though.
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>>77514207
For your money, Mr. Plow is way more dated than that.

>bit where Adam West is rambling how kids only know Michael Keaton as Batman

Replace Adam West with Michael Keaton rambling about kids only know of Christian Bale and...there you go. Joke successfully updated.
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>>77501129
I can understand Pluto not being a planet. its all good. I mean a little lame that one of my hometown's claims to fame (discovering pluto) sort of got downgraded but i get it, Science.

At least its the cutest celestial object now.
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>>77500442
You must live I or near the coast. The south and Midwest are still devoutly religious. God help you, if they find out you aren't, you become a pariah. Happened to an eighth grader in Indiana a year and a half ago I think. Poor kid, his moms fucked over now too. I hope someone stepped in and blew that town the fuck out.
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>>77515100
I'd argue that the Gas Giants shouldn't really be planets, either.

Earth, Mars, Venus, and Mercury.

That's it.
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>>77515100
At least you guys found the first dwarf planet. My home towns got nothing. Don't take that claim to fame for granted, anon, even after a mild demotion like that , its still amazing compared to what little us other townies have.
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>>77515222
I argue that planets that aren't made up of a majority of water shouldn't really be planets either.

Earth.

That's it.
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>>77515222
Wouldnt their core be their 'planet' then? just a dense collection of gas around it? like rings around Saturn?
But there is a scientific criteria for 'Planets' ive heard.
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>>77515244
I'd argue that planets that don't have intelligent life on them can't really be planets.

So the Solar System might as well be empty.
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>>77515244
What no, the Earth is not a planet anymore.
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>>77515222
>if it's not like where I'm from it must not be remotely comparable
Now now...
>is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity,
>is not massive enough to cause thermonuclear fusion
>has cleared its neighbouring region of planetesimals.
They're planets anon. Pluto failed number 3 so it got put at almost-a-full-Planet level. Don't be salty. It's still a fucking cool little guy.
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>>77514437
If you watch classic Simpsons, it's kind of interesting to see how the show's tone and humor change over the course of the 90s to reflect the general social climate of the time. Say you have the darker, more button-down Season 1-3 episodes and by the time you get to the Scully era, it's the Dot Com Bubble days when everything is just silly good-time fun.
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>>77506507
It'd never happen. Mohammed here would take down entire buildings with a single pound of dynamite. No one wants some pussy flying sphere, they want speed, and power.
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Krusty the Clown counts as a big one. He's based on Bozo, who used to be popular among kids when Matt Groening was little. Even by the late 80's when The Simpsons came out, Bozo's popularity had declined. The idea of a kid being a huge fan of an afternoon variety show hosted by a clown would make a lot more sense to late Baby Boomers and early Gen Xers.
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Oldie but a goodie
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>>77506507
A co-worker of mine has a floppy on his desk a few months ago. It was a typical "oh wow I haven't seen these in years" moment and he found it while cleaning out an old filing cabinet. Then he told me was going to take it home to show his 15 year old son so he could explain where the "save" icon comes from.

Then I felt old.
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>>77515580
That reminds me, remember when weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings were the main (and usually only) time for cartoons?
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>>77488399
But popups still exist, don't they? I use blockers but I assume normies that don't still get them. The worst are the porn ones that talk to you.
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>>77515641
If it's a 3.5" floppy (and I'm guessing it is), big fat hairy deal. Find an 8" disk and I'll be impressed.
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>>77499997
But handhelds still exist.
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>>77515140
Deary me, I wish I lived in a First World country where people didn't judge you based on whether you did or didn't believe in Bronze Age storybooks.
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>>77515721
Haven't seen them on my computer in years, but I get them on mobile devices. And they're still annoying as fuck.

The Wwwyzzerdd hasn't left us yet.
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>>77515775
*tips hat*
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>>77515708
Saturday morning cartoon blocks still existed until like last year. They've been on the decline for ages now and most teenagers now probably don't remember a time when Saturday morning was when all the good stuff came on.
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>>77515721
they still exist, but aren't as common these days for multiple reasons
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>>77496357
Now, talk about a dated reference - how many people recognize that as Peter Lorre?
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>>77514185
I think this wasn't as bad because on some level you could tell they were just pretending to be retarded.

Also the invisible sandwich bit still gets me.
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>>77507251
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1wcuoxs4mU
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>>77513963
Wasn't the guy that ebaums world was named after fired from the site years ago?
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>>77514100
Problem with that is it's hard to tell who's still going to be significant even just a few years later. Someone could be hot shit right now but in just a few short years the most you'll ever hear about them is some old fuck going "I remember (Music Artist), what ever happened to them?" and nothing else.
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>>77514681
I honestly can't think of a generation that has fucked over things more for the generations that came after it. According to all the experts because of baby boomers I'm most likely never going to own my own home or even retire. That's fucked up.
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>>77516481
They must have done something horribly wrong because boomers for the most part (after they got past their angsty teen phase in the 60s) had great respect and veneration for their parents' generation (WWII vets). Yet now you have middle-aged Gen Xers still cursing out boomers and wishing for them to all die off.
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>that time on Futurama where the Professor had everyone get off the internet so he could use the phone
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>>77514100
I dunno. Milli Vanilli are unintentionally pretty famous now. Everybody knows what they look like and what they've done
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>>77515766
But the Game Slave's a Game Boy parody. There hasn't been a new Game Boy in 10 years.
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>>77516727
The DS is a type of GameBoy.
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>>77516523
They let themselves be blinded by that respect. Assuming as long as they kept that, they could do no worse than when they were those angsty teens. Even when the ones in control of billions of dollars in resources have to choose between changing there ways and staying the same, they feel the new way of thinking disrespects their parents', so it is rejected outright. That's why they let the world fly into chaos. Better it should suffer like those they looked up to than leave those people behind, for better or worse. It'd almost be sad if they weren't ruining fucking everything in the process. Not that the next ones in line are much better, a lot have the opposite problem. Though at least that one will help get things moving at least somewhat closer to an amicable arrangement.
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>>77501248
I think that's what gets me the most about all of this. Everyone is so anally annihilated over Pluto being changed and yet we already went through this twice before with little to no resistance. Just goes to show the generation of whiners that have been created.
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>>77501049
There's already that episode of RIck & Morty
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>>77501086
skeuomorph/skeuomorphism is what you are looking for, I think.
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>>77516523
The boomer mentality is basically "fuck you, got mine." They grew up in a time of (relative) economic prosperity that came from the hard work of the generation before them and largely coasted on it. They're the kind of people who will tell the younger generation "suck it up and tough it out" despite never having had to do that themselves. They don't seem to understand that their prosperity didn't come through their own hard work, but from the hard work of their parents.

To be fair every generation has a bit of that, but the boomers are numerous and they're all old enough to be in positions of authority and influence.
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WELCOME

YOU'VE GOT MAIL

GOODBYE
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>>77518205
I remember when AOL was "hip" and "cool" and you could easily tell who the retards were because they had AOL handles.

Now it's just an email service only old people use.
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>>77485246
What did you think "www" stands for, you pleb?
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>>77516826
>>77518123
Every single boomer president we've had has been shitty

This isn't a coincidence- they're a generation raised on rebellion and the belief that everything will always be nice and fine. It is funny listening to a 65 year old man talk about how he doesn't understand how ISIS can be so fucked up, when his father would have been a soldier fighting in WWII against the Nazis who primarily started the war for the sake of resources.

The boomer mentality is one of neverending childhood, never taking responsibility and always assuming someone else is at fault.
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>>77495112
Has a caveman themed joke ever been made that a burning torch appears above his head when he gets an idea?
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>>77518358
>The boomer mentality is one of neverending childhood, never taking responsibility and always assuming someone else is at fault.
Interestingly, the Gen Xers seem to ascribe the same traits to millenials. I think there's some real pent up resentment toward the boomers coming out there.
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>>77518398
I think growing up hearing "wah wah quit being such a little faggot and man up" from a bunch of people who themselves never actually had to man up will do that.
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>>77518448
Basically. The younger Gen Xers grew up in the 70's when the economy went to shit and had to deal with their parents going "well I got by through hard work and pulling myself up by my bootstraps, you're just a whiner"
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>>77501043
Extreeemely late, but, nah. The feels are still real and relevant.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLcRSIEtXwI
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>>77516749
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MncoXyc4LH4
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>>77501203
Dumb frogposter.
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>>77514271

Holy shit this. It's every bit as dated as Laugh-in.
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>>77518861
>Fingerprints

Also:
>The Rapture is coming this year, 20__!
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>>77518861
>laugh-in

Laugh-in is still pretty fucking hilarious though
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>>77506042
The 3 panel gag a day formula seems incredibly stifling and high pressure, even if he probably writes them in advance.
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>>77486759
>That one Regular Show episode
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>>77500740
The Simpsons seems to be more notorious for this with each passing season.
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>people complaining that shows that rely on topical references and humor get dated

That's like complaining that cereal gets soggy in milk
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>>77507127
Not really. this sort of plebian shit still exists in the form of viral videos and memes.
>>77513796
The only difference is that Homer wouldn't start his own webpage when he can shitpost on social media.
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>>77502031
>>77502104
Too bad that there are not only feathers found on non-maniraptora dinosaurs (Ornithomimus for example, is pretty much an ostrich with arms and a tail now, it even has wing feathers), but also BIG dinosaurs too.

Now, I'm not an idiot, so I'm not going to say "all dinosaurs were covered in some type of feather all over their body", but it turns out that many did, no matter the size. Pic related, the biggest feathered dinosaur to date.

Here's my grip about dated things in cartoons

>Pterosaurs are bird-bat reptile hybrids that all have sharp teeth and will grab you with their feet
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>>77507251
>>Reading Playboy magazines, Fapping with Playboy magazines
>tfw Playboy will no longer have nudity

And I just turned 18 this year. Is it too late for me to snag one with nudity, as a rite of passage?
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>>77519212
>he's on the internet, asking about printed porn
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>>77511840
A LOT of jokes are outdated but still come across as funny for Looney Tunes.

>I LOOOOOOOOOOVE THAT MAN
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>>77514100
GIRL YOU KNOW IT'S

GIRL YOU KNOW IT'S

GIRL YOU KNOW IT'S


I still don't think that was an accident, it had to be on purpose.
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>>77515244
>No Mars
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>>77519221
>implying I wouldn't want to buy at least one to show off in the future and act like I'm ancient to my grandkids
>I'mplying I'll have grandkids
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>>77519278
Its a special kind of feel anon, and I share it.
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>>77519309
>that edit

Thank you for reminding me to catch up on Kiss X Sis

>the handjob chapter
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>>77518358
>Every single boomer president we've had has been shitty

Vat? We only had two of them and Bush was ok.
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>>77519819
I think he's including Barack. Also

>Bush was okay
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>>77519909
Obama is an early Gen Xer. If anything, his mother was far more of a boomer than he is. Also Bush fucked up some things, especially in his last year was pretty bad with the bank bailouts but I'd take him 101% over the entire last 7 years.
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>>77519949
Putin attempting to drag him into leading has been cringeworthy.
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>>77519949
When does Gen X start? Last I've heard, it was between 1964 and 1984.
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>>77519987
There's not an exact point, but boomers gradually transition into Gen X from the late 1950s-early 1960s. Obama's upbringing and life story are much more like a Gen Xer than a boomer.

And then Gen X transitions gradually into Millenials from the mid-70s to early 80s although again there's no definite cutoff year.
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>>77486046
It's the same today - only now it's hashtags and QR codes
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>>77519987
If you heard somewhere that people born in the early 60s are boomers, disregard it. That was never true and back in the 80s, those guys weren't considered boomers at all, they were the 20-somethings who couldn't get a job because boomers (people 5-10 years older) hogged all the good ones.

What eventually happened is that in the mid-90s, when the oldest boomers were pushing 50, they started claiming the early Gen Xers for themselves so as to not feel so old.
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>>77520079
My uncle was born in 64 which according to this would put him in the early part of Gen X. Anyway, he was in high school when John Lennon got capped and he said his 30 year old teacher (thus a boomer) was bawling over it, but most of the kids didn't know who he even was.
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>>77520121
Of course not, he was in the 1st grade when the Beatles broke up. I'm pretty sure when I was in the 1st grade that none of my classmates were discussing Pearl Jam either.
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>>77520168
Sure but obviously you can't be much of a boomer if you were still sucking your thumb when the Beatles were around.
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>>77516727
I'd say she's actually playing a Sega Nomad with Chakan: The Forever Man plugged in.
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The use of real politicians ever
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>>77520269
I think Bill Clinton caricatures have a bit of staying power, but that might just be me.
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>>77520269
I like how whenever Obama is in any comic, they make him at least 2 shades darker.

Also

>You can't even touch me
>his hand is reaching for those delicious C-cups
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>>77520308
Bomb Queen is drawn by a black guy, if that matters.
But yeah, it is odd that so many artists do that. I guess they want you to remember that he isn't white?
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>>77520069
Gonna need a source
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>>77520069

>filename

I've noticed you, but I'm judging you harshly.
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>>77520527
Why did they never show Kiyo's mother?
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>>77486046
I think it was to show how far ahead the school was for the time rather than be a joke. A school with a web page in the late 90's was still new. They were even using a whiteboard with erasable markers, which was new at the time as well and even now some schools still use chalk and a blackboard.
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>>77520370
It's not like you can't tell he isn't white just by looking at him. Then again, he looks like his white grandfather...
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>>77497047
This was way before 9/11.
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>>77508797
More like what they were doing at the time was completely new and never done in a kids show. Sadly only our gen could go back and get all those jokes or references.
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>>77520269
God that comic sucked.
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>>77519278
>I want to show my grandchildren porn
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>>77507251
Isn't this what most Americans think of when they hear about Japan anyway? Or are you expecting more anime jokes?
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>>77520708
It's stereotyping, much like when they show the US they're dressed as cowboys, a girl in an american flag bikini while eating burgers and drinking coke.
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>>77507251
>japan episode
>cosplayers, black stockings
Where? I've never seen that being referenced in a cartoon.

Instead I remember the Pucca episode where they go in Japan, she transforms in Sailor Moon and Godzilla is always in the background fighting Gigan.
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>>77500946
Libraries, especially in urban and nearurban areas, are actually skyrocketting in importance, since they provide public internet access, movie rentals, game rentals, meeting spaces, etc.
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>>77520869
That's especially odd considering that show is Korean. You'd think they'd come up with more original jokes.
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>>77520595
Man, the presidency isn't doing so well for his health
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>>77520932
Jesus no, every president since at least Hoover aged about 250 years over their administration.
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>>77520932
Its actually a recorded thing
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>>77520269
Gotta love how a mainstream comic has never not portrayed Obama as the second coming of Christ on Earth here to right all of the world's wrongs. Anyone have one of the 70 drawings of Dubya as a monkey from Ultimates?
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>>77521078
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>>77521078
I don't know didn't 616 Obama basically take the keys to national security and hand them over to Norman Osborn?
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>>77488765
not in japan
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>>77496870
Well to be fair, the world wide web (the ability to browse between sites rapidly thanks to hyperlinks) and the internet (the TCP/IP protocol) are separate inventions.
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>>77515088
the "who the hell's robin" line even still applies
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>>77514971
Out of topic, but every time someone is shown playing video games, it's usually a shitty looking MMO from an unplayable perspective, and the player either gets the HIGH SCORE!!!!!! gets to the next "level". Have these people played a videogame in the last 15 years?
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>>77515234
Actually Ceres was the first dwarf planet to be discovered back in the 18th century.
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>>77483878
>FUCK YOU RICH ASSHOLES AND YOUR FLYING SPACE CASTLES.jpeg
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>>77520297
I could see Clinton, Bush and Obama staying for a while.
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>>77513899
What the actual fuck? People still use straws
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>>77516570
>that episode where they show off screen the year fry is going to die
>bender yells "dips on his vcr" (or maybe he said CD player)
>year 3000
>VCRs and CD players
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>>77521734
>>77521848
They still treat your child terribly if they are mixed race.
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>>77501900
No, church-going peer pressure is definitely a thing, particularly in the South. There is different stuff outside of your little bubble anon.
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http://www.warnerbros.com/archive/spacejam/movie/jam.htm

It still exist.
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>>77521095

Supreme also has Bill Clinton. And Friends, the TV show.

It's pretty bonkers.
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>>77505494
Get off 4chan Mom
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>>77523599
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>>77515783
>tfw still no adblock plus for iphones
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>>77523612
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>>77523634
>have adblocker
>only works in safari
>everything else still has ads
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>>77523680

Also, remember the time that Reagan shut down the Suicide Squad?
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>>77518366
Yup
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ry8yTXhjCYQ
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>>77495112
>>77497240
What is this world coming to?
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>>77511840
>Bugs Bunny chewing on a carrot is just a reference to a Clark Gable movie
>Rabbits don't even like carrots, we only think they do because of Bugs
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>>77523903
Seriously why does he care?
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>>77516441
Lady Gaga?
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>>77495112
It'll be like this
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>>77524065

Because crying lady liberty
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>>77512230
Hhaha
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>>77524204
>Levar Burton

God I love Kelly
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>>77520670

That's the kind of granddad kids take care of later on, instead of sticking them in a home to get sub-standard care.
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Tom and jerry
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>>77524243

God bless America
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>>77524456
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>>77523634
>>77523736
Root then lucky patcher for ads
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>>77524585
>We overcame.
Holy fucking shit
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>>77522810
>selling bootleg tapes is wrong
>musicians need that income to survive
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>>77483878
>Christmas episode that's actually about Jesus
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>77520869

>Where? I've never seen that being referenced in a cartoon.

Phines and Ferb travel to Japan.webm
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>>77483878

Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Metallica
Gun n Roses
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Remember that Simpsons episode set in the future year of 2010?
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>>77483878
>ITT: Things that are dated

Who here remembers that an important plot point of Death in the Family was that the Joker got diplomatic immunity by becoming an ambassador to the U.N. from Iran, directly at the behest of Khomeini himself?
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>>77483878
Well Happy Birthday entered public domain this year, so be prepared for every show to use it now.
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>>77497313
>>77502587
That's not the point you fucking asshole pedants.
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>>77526302
it entered public domain a long fucking time ago, it's just that they realized it wasn't going to make them any money by pretending it didn't.
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>>77487259

Ouch.
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>>77523903
>>77524204
What are these even trying to say
>>77524585
Kek
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>>77502870
very generic site names are hot fucking money though. Go try to register something like cars.auction and see.
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>>77483878

>Canada is the 51th State
>There are igloo and polar bears in Alaska
>There are snow is Alaska
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>>77508753
>That's why I love watching episodes involving the Y2K bug and/or the new millennium.

Since Moot said Digimon was /co a long time ago I have to bring up Our War Game. The villain was the Y2K bug. It had a bug motif and was trying to launch nukes. A bunch of kids watch the fight through the internet and they all pop up in old windows 98 windows. There's a lot of scenes from windows 98 throughout the whole movie actually. They win by lagging Diablomon by sending him all the emails and a giant hourglass appears over him.

The Wonderswan games had a Y2K villain too, named Milleniumon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QlWbnSp2wE

>>77506687
Izzy's computer was a Macbook or something too. Well Pineapple book. And the third season had a lot of references to Linux.
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>>77512764
I love how the Web Riders in ReBoot would speak in dial-up noses. There's too much dated shit in ReBoot to list though so I'm going to go ahead and say the entire show.


I wonder what this show would have been like if Ian Gibson's artstyle was used like they intended it too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6D5zh7oIXI
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>>77526613
On the subject of Digimon, I find it kind of weird that they still have pay phones in Tamers, then I remember when this show came out.

Speaking of which, when's the last time they used the Superman transforming in a phone booth gimmick?
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>>77507127
>Implying memes ever die
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>>77526790
From Superman Homepage:
>There was no phone booth used in "Superman: The Animated Series". And no phone booth in the "Justice League" cartoons. Although, in the future, Clark rushed for a phone booth in the "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" episode titled "Triumvirate of Terror".

So 2011 is my guess. At least cartoon-wise. Somebody else can back me up on the comic scene.
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>>77493445
>The president is clinton or bush-like
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>>77483878

FUCK THOSE RICH ASSHOLES AND THEIR MAGIC SKY CASTLES
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>>77524062
Really? Because this is news to me.
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>>77514100
>>77514246
>>77514481
Wait, Milli Vanilli isn't a woman? It's two guys?? WHY DIDN'T I KNOW THIS? I WAS BORN IN '89 FOR CHRIST'S SAKE.
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>>77526673
>Punished Bob
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>>77527778
k e k
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