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No. 299 [Reply]

I start:

>Earthbound
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No.1055

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I'm kind of surprised no one has mentioned Forbidden Memories. I still have all of the duel themes and entire soundtrack stuck in my head to this very day.

No.1057

>>1055
I love this game as a child, the 3D sequences were impressive to me, it's a comfy game, kinda strange, kinda bad but comfy

No.1058

>>1057
Yeah, it definitely wasn't graphically on par with some of the other games at the time and being a later PlayStation game at that. But as you put it, it's EXTREMELY comfy.

Here's a video showing off some of the 3D models for some of the cards/models that were censored. lol
I really wish Yugioh would have been marketed more towards an older teen demographic in the West as it slightly was in Japan.

No.1059

>>1058
I like this review

No.1061

>>1059
Finally got around to watching it. Definitely had to get some good laughs out of a lot that he said. So true points such as Twin-headed Thunder Dragon being your best friend in the beginning of the game until you grind your life away trying to get better cards. I still remember literally having to beat the mages 400+ times myself and doing the exact memory card "cloning" of cards. Speaking of that, I should still have a memory card with my save data on it if nothing has happened to it. Haven't probably checked on it for about a decade now though. I've played the Japanese version since then through emulation though. Also makes me realize I shouldn't have allowed all of my childhood friends to have a copy of my save file after doing all of that hard work and made them all go through the struggle themselves. lol

I also agree about the starchips system in the game with booster packs as suggested in the video. That would have made things so much easier. Also his claims with Summoned Skull is false. I had one and pretty sure there was a mage or two specifically you faced to get it. (of course after who knows how many duels) I can only imagine how much of my life was wasted doing free duels to get 'rare' cards.



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No. 1024 [Reply]

Post them, which ones did you get?
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No.1041

>>1040
Oh, I see. I guess I just didn't come across those as I don't even remember seeing them in stores.

No.1042

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Anyone remember these? I had a few of them. Most specifically remember the Magnemite and Golem, then a friend of mine having the Pikachu.

No.1043

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The Cheerios penny in 2000, can't believe that was 20 years ago…

No.1044

>>1043
Hey! I forgot all about that. I wonder if mine is still back at home, as I got one back then too. Thanks for the refresher with posting that. I have a hard time really adjusting that much time actually has went by. Before we even realize it, it'll be 25 and then 30.

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I'm definitely showing my age with this one here. But I still have this Batman coin bank from the cereal in a box full of toys and other various things from when I was a kid. Might be the oldest item from a cereal box I have or at least that I still have. I don't really go out to the store very much now days and I don't usually get cereal pickeed up for me any. But this makes me wonder, does cereal even still package "prizes" or anything else? I never see or hear anything about it anymore. Seems like another thing that was taken from the youth of today or just odds and ends collectors.



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No. 611 [Reply]

Let's talk about mothers. I don't have a good relationship with mine. Here's a joke, in comic form, that my mother has told me she tells to other people, when talking about me. I am Son B.
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No.666

>>617
maybe a bad recipe for a son, but a good recipe for a strong man

No.883

>>666
Satan himself out here with good advice for you OP. I hope your life has improved in the last year and a half

No.1015

>>617
I think that's okay. I also didn't show much affection for my parents other than an occasional forced hug. I think that happened because I couldn't relate to them, and so I didn't want to open up my soul because I knew they wouldn't really be able understand. Sometimes my mother reproached me in lack of emotionality but ironically enough I've always considered myself to be much more emotional than her, just never really showed that. I used to think that it was just some teenage angst and that one day I'll once again be able to have warm relationships with my parents just like I did in childhood, but now I'm well past puberty and I still feel the same. But I don't regret it at all, honestly. We don't get to choose our parents, so trying to act towards them dishonestly in any way will always be vain.

No.1033

The most interesting conversations, and the most intense fights, that I've ever had were with my mother. It's the affine combinations of mental disorders we share making our conversations sprawl and focus in chaotic harmony with each other. I manage to celebrate my disorders as helping me to see what most others wont, but she got the raw end of the deal in terms of severity and nonfunctionality. When she was weaning off her selfmedication, she grew more suspicious of me, eventually accusing me of things I didn't do, of manipulating her, which was really stressful, and I started to feel like she was manipulating me. In hindsight, it was probably the withdrawal and taking time adjusting to her new chemical balance, but we're effectively estranged now. She said she feared I'd kill her before she left the last time, so I can't even do anything about it.

No.1034

I miss my mom every single day.



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No. 1014 [Reply]

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No rules, Pure vanilla

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No. 447 [Reply]

So recenty I been having a blast for what was like to surf the internet 10 years ago when things were not so centralized.
There was always something new and different right after the next corner and every new place had new people.
I haven't felt that feeling of novelty when you stumbled upon a new resource, flash game, webcomic and so on in a long time, it was always different.

The internet is no longer the wild frontier it used to be and all the pioneers have disappeared.

Years ago common forums were very active and lots of people had personal pages
Today not even google can take you somewhere new.
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No.1008

>>1004
Take your own advice you pompous newfag. You have obviously not been on imageboards for long if you think identity is not extremely important.

No.1011

>>999
>letting you be you
It's frankly the best type of internet. It's how it used to be in the beginning, when it was a technical extension of the BBS scene that existed in the 80s. The internet, as its name suggests, made it easy to connect all networks together; in fact it gobbled them up, never to be seen again. People organised themselves by interest, not by identity. Interest is a good way to create connection, while "identity" is often self-defeating.
>>1000
>>1001
Hi :)
>>1003
Define "identity" and then we can talk. If your definition includes random characteristics, like place of birth, then it's limiting and I'm not interested.

No.1012

>>1011
You are talking as if I'm the master of the internet and I decide if and how identity is handled here.

No.1013

>>604
They're both dead, does anyone have the new link?

No.1050

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>>1013
Looking through the archives of both lain and arisu, I can't find it.
I'm sure if you asked you could find it.

For the topic of this thread, a lot of people consider Lainchan dead and a dumb idea for the WWW. https://cyberpunk-life.neocities.org/
there's a bunch of good links and info about cyberpunk and lain here.



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No. 989 [Reply]

I'm really nostalgic about older technology.

Let's talk phones, for example.
They were really high quality engineering masterpieces.
>High build quality, metal parts
>made not in China (in case of Nokia that was Finland)
>week battery life out of 900 mAh
>physical keys, so you don't swipe screen like idiot
>repairability. Nokia did supply schematics, with all test point signals and such.
>Unique

What happened? Why modern devices are so inferior and, well, boring?

No.992

Modern devices are made to be disposable like their owners. The collapse of the Soviet Union unleashed 3 billion cheap workers. That's when this all started.

No.1006

>>989
I've been back on Nokia for a few month. A really old one. It holds up well, and my mind is at peace.
No tracking, no notifications, no permanent internet.
Heaven.

No.1007

>>1006
Yep, nokias were rock solid compared to any modern phone.



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No. 378 [Reply]

What are some VHS tapes that you remember watching when you were younger. Could be home videos, movies, tv shows, cartoons, anime, shit you found in a dumpster, etc.

Share some /nos/talgic VHS memories!
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No.765

>>735

yes, i could hear the intro i my mind before i even played it. the rolling black metal TV cart, the easy filler worksheet you'd do along with the video in class. sighhhh.

No.893

>>378
I've been going through and digitizing my old home movies here. I've got six of them done so far.
So far it's been stuff from '91 - '96. But I have a good bit more in between those years as well to do. Then the last home video that ever was filmed was one from 2000 when I was 10. I'm certainly upset about one tape so far I've come across that has a rattling inside of it. But the tape reel doesn't seem to be damaged. It's a tape of me on Halloween in '94. I've been looking into transferring the film reel into another video cassette tape. Does anyone here have any experience with that or any tips for me? I'd personally like to find a specialist to help me. I feel as if I'd be too clumsy and mess things up to the point where I'll lose the footage.

No.988

>>378
Plenty

>Arthur tapes

>those orange Nick tapes
>The LOTR Animated movie on vhs
>Rescuers (the movie with the mice) on vhs

I had an enormous collection. I still have some of them in storage.

No.990

I’m not sure why, but I would constantly watch this. I’m happy it’s on YouTube.
>>736
This takes me back to when I would lay down in front of the tv with my favorite Winnie the Pooh blanket, excited to watch whatever movie my parents put in for me.

No.1005

>>990
I had that vhs as well! It was a good one. :)



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No. 416 [Reply]

Nostalgic Crush Thread
This thread is for any nostalgic crushes that you had. What are they from? Why did you like them? (If they're real did they age well? lol) Animated and real allowed.
Try not to judge anyone. This is a friendly thread :D

I'm starting off with an obvious one for me. Mitchell Tratchenberg from Harriet the Spy. She was also in The Adventures of Pete and Pete she's been in a lot of other stuff too. I remember watching Harriet the Spy a lot on my VCR. I can quote the hell out that movie. Harriet was a really cool character and I've always loved writing and ninja stuff and spy stuff so I connected with her character a ton.

So what about you guys?
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No.974

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This was my first waifu. In 3rd-4th grade I was obsessed with this character.

A notably embarrassing memory, I drew a picture of her that I taped up on my wall and surrounded with these tiny electronic candles. Being woken up by my mom the next morning was awkward when she saw it. She looked marginally concerned and disappointed

This was also part of my “goth” phase. I was an edgy elementary schooler.

No.980

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Cobra Commander from G.I joe. I mainly liked him as a child because his whiny personality made me want to take care of him. Another thing that made me attracted to him was that his hips were well defined. His legs weren't attractive relatively to other members, since it was a cartoon about buff guys, but they were attractive because they weren't covered by large cameo pants. Finally his voice can grow on you.

Going to anwser the age thing, even with a fictional character. Cobra didn't age well for me because it was revealed he was extremely ugly and later seasons he got to whiny with Cora la. Don't like him in reboots because they try to make him a serious leader and redesign him over and over, removing the personality and legs things.

No.981

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Not sure if she was the first, but had a big crush on Paula Trickey in Pacific Blue when I was a teenager. That was also the time I started ruining my bike by taking it on bicycle jumps. A lot of my summer activities for a couple of years revolved around that show.

No.983

>>417
Pete and Pete was something else. Melancholy, whimsical, and capturing that perspective you can only have as a child. And they did it on such a low budget too.

No.994

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Mine is a little embarrassing, but The Cheetah Girls were my bisexual awakening, lol.
>>425
Fave qt.
>>925
>>969
You two are me. We are one.



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No. 476 [Reply]

The nostalgia for the 00's right after the next corner, lets talk about it.
I just saw Harry Potter while channel surfing, I know that HP and the whole fantasy wave will be a massive nostalgia blast in a couple of years.

I don't miss much of the culture and stuff but my 90's memories are a void and many important events for my life happen in the 00's
On a personal level I been missing the 00's because I miss teen me, the lifestyle I had back then and the friends I had.
Me and my friends were kind of hipster-nerds, we talked about weird movies, obscure music, strange comics and still keeping an intellectual air to it and there were many persons like that who fed that feeling/aesthetic.
I'm sad that a lost all of that and I became a run of the mill nerd, all other people like that peobably moved on and have jobs and families now.

Lets talk about what we were doing not so long ago.
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No.864

>>779
Eno just hit the nail on the head. I respect the bejeezus out of that guy

No.865

>>781
for sure anon. it's already really charming how goofy and broken it can be at times

No.899

>>476
Same here, I really miss my teenage years and have been really strongly growing a big sense of nostalgia even for things during 2005 - 2007. It used to be '90s - 2005 with it being the cap date from what it seemed. But things still seemed very solid all the way up to 2007 even early to mid 2008. Really seems after that point in time things became shit and hopeless. I also talked about obscure movies, music, and much more as well with my friends during the early to mid 2000s. I introduced most of my social circle to anime and even Newgrounds. I started getting out of touch with everyone in 2007 - 2008 once we all started becoming adults. They've all moved on with families and jobs while I've practically stayed the same with only one friend from that late era left that still associates with me. Also my only IRL friend left which he's getting ready to move. So that's stinging a lot right now.

>>559
>I really miss 2000s internet culture. Particularly when flash was the big thing. It was a lot of fun to seek out new flash games and share them with people at school. Flash animations were a lot of fun too. They were a simple time where shooping George Bushes head onto a cat or something was the height of comedy. The early 2000s was a good balance between the mass infested net we have now, and the slow clunky net of the 90s.

I completely agree with you.

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>>577
Yeah, I got my first cell phone around 1999 just an old basic Nokia but I used phones all the way up until about 2012. I hated the way everyone became so obsessed with their smart phones. So much so I refuse to use a phone in the modern day. Also I agree with your statement about Japan.

>>579
Yeah, I still have my Walkman. Works perfect. Also yeah, I skipped CDs and went from cassettes to mp3. Getting a mp3 player really early on. I even had those weird small cartridges that played music that you could swap out that only had like one song a piece on them. Can't remember what they were or called though.

>>707
Newgrounds was my main site as well. I remember getting on a bunch the only two I really remember sticking out besides Newgrounds from the earlier days is JoeCartoon and Killfrog.

>>721
I never stopped getting on there, been there since 2004/2005.

>>752
This is the truth as well. Everyone was much more creative back then and original.

Also before I end my post. I'll also share a picture of my first phone since a couple of others did throughout the thread.

No.987

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>>476
Check out the y2k aesthetic twitter to see a lot of cool stuff



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No. 478 [Reply]

What are some lessons that you remember learning during your childhood?

Did you learn them the "easy" way - sitting on your grandpa's knee? Or the "hard" way - that touching that hot stove when mom says not to is not such a good idea!
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No.872

>>561
>Don't climb a tree with no way down
I learned this too. An extension is, "don't ask someone to help you up into the tree if you won't be able to get yourself back down."

No.874

>>775
>>871
>>872
based necromancers

anyways my advice is that it pays to do the right thing, but not to be right. sometimes its okay to be wrong, the bad guy. everybody likes the underdog, nobody likes ned flanders

No.884

>>872
This reminds me of a time my buddy and I were hiking up a really steep mountain in a dense jungle and we decided against getting a guide and just heading up trailblazing. About maybe halfway up it became a practically vertical climb and eventhough we couldve prolly climbed it, there would be no way back down without falling. We decided to call it quits and turn back. Turns out we took the wrong path and other people have died on the unsanctioned trails that we were on lol

No.894

>>478
Don't stick my hand in a blender. It wasn't on, but I still cut my hand up. Also don't drink flea shampoo.

No.984

I'll throw one in: Dont mess with crazy women and avoid serious relationships until you have yourself in order. I have had a few friends of mine who've tried getting with crazy fat chicks out desperation or something and it ended up nearly ruining their lives. Years of time gone and lots of money spent for nothing.



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