MKEdude From South Korea, joined May 2005, 1008 posts, RR: 1 Reply 5, posted (7 years 3 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 1179 times:
The 90's, I came of age at the start of grunge. Suddenly I had a closet full of flannel, torn jeans, and a pair of Doc Martens that I wouldn't take off. Plus I cut off my mullet and grew my hair out in front till it was almost covering my eyes (the rents loved that one)
"You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline." Frank Zappa
QANTASforever From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 24, posted (7 years 3 months 3 weeks 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 1112 times:
The 1990s was a time I really enjoyed. I liked the flow and the general feel of the decade. I also felt it was a particularly progressive time in politics (at least Australian and American). Also it seems now like the calm before the storm of the war on terrorism.
Sort of how my Prime Minister feels about the 1950s I suppose I feel about the 1990s.
25 Gkirk: Hawd yer wheesht or I'll have you deported to Australia
26 ANCFlyer: For me, professionally and personally, the 90s. No doubt about it. Hit the pinnacle of my military career, and found I was happier when I wasn't marr
27 Skidmarks: I suppose thats one thing - at least I'm not in the same league as kirkie Andy
28 Kiwiandrew: your signature reminds me of a great saying I once heard "You are only young once ..... but you can be immature forever!" ... in fact , I might just
29 Leigh pilgrim: Well, I was'nt around, however I would say the 70's! Im a big rock music fan, and the 70's would have been an early birthday present for me, with Pink
30 AeroWesty: The 80's, hands down. I was out of school, working, traveling, moved to a new town, etc.
31 IAH777: 'Twas a magnificent decade! It began with Sumanguru Kante in firm control of Ghana and Eric X was victorious at Gestilren, while Mildred the XIV fina
32 Skidmarks: Ah, a youth with taste. So rare ! Andy