Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Should the 1980s apologize?

Lets be honest, the 80's are about as cool as swamp ass. I know some of you don't agree with me but I don't give a sh*t. Lets review.... tapered jeans, British Knights, Cyndi Lauper, neon clothes, Footloose, Milli Vanilli, spiked hair... do I need to go on? I admit, there are some good parts as well, such as Cheers, Bon Jovi, Back to the Future, Family Ties, anything by the Boss. But in my opinion the cons far out-weigh the pro's. Anyways, the above clip is a trailer for probably one of the sickest BMX movies of all time albeit produced in the 80's

One more thing before I go, but I feel I have to mention it. Around the 2:22 mark, if you're watching closely you'll notice a familiar face (stop reading now and watch the clip up until that point, then continue reading)...................I know, I couldn't believe it either. It seems as though this 'Full House' theme has grown a life of its own and is dictating my thought pattern. I didn't plan this......I swear! I was going to post this clip anyways, but the second time I watched it I noticed her. I don't know what to say, but I'm beginning to wonder...

Orlando

9 comments:

Simply Suds said...

At least my dad knew enough not to use a condom in 1980 and conceive a little Sudsie.

Simply Suds said...

Nintendo was invented in the 1980's....so that automatically makes the 80's worth while.

Anonymous said...

80's music is the best shit ever....ill listen to toto's "africa" and eddie money's "take me home tonite" anytime, and i know the words . i was actually thinking on pegging my jeans tonite at the bbq im going to in honor of the late 80's.

Simply Suds said...

Metallica makes me wanna smear shit all over my face.

Anonymous said...

whats up with smearing shit on your face? thats the second reference to that today. does smearing shit on your face mean you're fired up or something? i dont usually look for a pile of shit when im amped up but to each his own. i knew suds was into some weird sh*t...literally.

Anonymous said...

lori laughlin for life

Norman P. Orlando said...

yeeeeeeeeeeeeeees! Lori Loughlin!

The Commodore said...

The only thing the 80's should apologize for is not being around in the 90!'s

sticky wicket said...

I would even go as far as to say that Rad is better than Gleaming the Cube, which has been put on DVD. Personally, I blame Christian Slater for this entire situation.