Were the 80's really as good as people say it was?

Jaxon Price
Jaxon Price

Were the 80's really as good as people say it was?

Cameron Gutierrez
Cameron Gutierrez

It was better than they say.
Then again, anything is better than society now.

Dominic Thomas
Dominic Thomas

Yes.

Xavier Barnes
Xavier Barnes

90s were better. Hopeful time. 9/11 assraped everything.

Joshua Wood
Joshua Wood

yes.

Dylan Johnson
Dylan Johnson

for banksters and rich kids it was likely a free for all. for everyone else the recession was a humbling situation

Nicholas Myers
Nicholas Myers

Rubik's Cube, Pacman, and the Sony Walkman portable stereo cassette player / radio. Life was pretty good.

Owen Peterson
Owen Peterson

It was better than they say.
Came here to post this reply.

great aesthetic
great music
great movies
great vidya
great tech
great economy
great president
great standing in the world

The best.

Easton Mitchell
Easton Mitchell

1988 was the peak of the post-WW2 powers (USA, UK, Germany, Japan, France). Things were still good up until 9/11, but not the same. This was a time where the west was developed but half the world was still living in the dirt. We won't see wealth disparity between nations like that again.

Noah Gray
Noah Gray

10/10 time to be alive. Would definitely go back if given the chance.

Ethan Wood
Ethan Wood

Everything before 9/11 was better.

9/11 made America go full redneck for the next 7 years, blow trillions (TRILLIONS) on wars that didn't do anything, and stuff their government full of retarded cuckservatives who promised that nothing bad would happen to the US ever again as long as the billions kept flowing into Israel.

Then of course, the hangover set in, and everyone recoiled in horror, and elected a smug black guy just because he was black and could speak well and wasn't Bush and wasn't as obviously tainted with recent history's neoconservative excesses.

Now it's swung back the other way, and we're stuck with this retarded reality TV star as leader of the free world, because he's vaguely racist and the black guy turned out to be bad at everything except speeches.

Samuel Sanders
Samuel Sanders

How do we make it socially acceptable to gas these creatures?

Owen Perry
Owen Perry

youtube coke commercials from 1980s and 1990s. we are in a hellhole.

Angel Butler
Angel Butler

wow i actually agree with a leaf baka

Hudson Green
Hudson Green

clogged arteries and heart attacks are real.

Adrian Clark
Adrian Clark

If you're talking about the 1880's then yes, it was a great time.

Juan Nguyen
Juan Nguyen

my 20's began in '83

seemed pretty great.. I lived them on the California coast

Andrew Adams
Andrew Adams

yeah they were

Landon Jackson
Landon Jackson

At least the thin girl won't die of diabeetus by age 30 :^)

Isaiah James
Isaiah James

Yes, everything was better culturally. We still had problems, but people had a more positive outlook. Various reasons include...

no social media, so no desire for everyone to try and one-up each other
no widespread cellphone usage, so people actually had to talk face to face at parties and other social events
no Youtube, so you could see someone with a camcorder in public and your thought was "Oh cool, I'm gonna be in his home movies!" not "Oh fuck, this faggot is gonna turn me into a meme."
TV shows and movies often had a positive message, which made people feel good
music and commercials were generally happy and wholesome instead of nihilistic or overtly sexual
Reagan had an old fashioned Hollywood cowboy image that appealed to many people, even if they disagreed with him politically
parents could discipline their children without being accused of "abuse"
trannies and other degenerates were rightfully laughed at

Isaac Clark
Isaac Clark

Were the 80's really as good as people say it was?

Disco.

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