Classic of the 90's that, believe it or not, is still in production. The Keeper had a huge success in the 90's because it was fashionable, but today it's still around because it's really efficient. Seems like that should be a joke
You weren't cool unless you had a dope set of overalls. Baggy overalls? Even better. Baggy overalls with one side hanging down? Your coolness could not be measured. If you don't believe me...ask N'Sync
The 90's were a prosperous time. The average income people were earning doubled in the decade. But for some reason this lead to more and more people using credit cards. As you may know from personal experience, credit cards have the ability to get you things that you can't afford right now, but also the ability to let you accumulate a ton of debt that you will eventually have to pay back
Just like a song you haven't heard in forever brings back all sorts of memories and feelings, seeing video of computers back in the day brings back visions of the first Doom and slowly loading pictures. If you were at a computer using age in the 90's you may remember how incredibly different it was to be online. This video is a brief look at how it might have worked had it been invented in the 90s. I don't think it would have taken off quite as quickly.
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