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OLD SCHOOL V.S. NEW SCHOOL (WERE TALKING LEGOS AND OTHER TOYS PEOPLE)!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Some1, Nov 25, 2001.

  1. Some1

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    OLD SCHOOL V.S. NEW SCHOOL (WERE TALKING LEGOS AND OTHER TOYS PEOPLE)!

    Discussion started by Some1 - Nov 25, 2001

    YO WHEN I WAS JUST A LITTLE SPROUT I HAD A BOX OF LEGOS NOT ANY OF THIS COLOR COORDINATED CRAP WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT ALL TOYS AND LEGOS FROM BACK THEN AND NOW:lick: :lick:
     
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    chizm - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    LEGO is a key toy from that generation. now lego talks and walks and flashes... same with Polly Pocket... polly don't fit in your pocket no more, she's like a foot tall and can do the mambo.


    sigh
     
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    seeking - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    dude, turn your caps lock off. its not that important. are you 9?
     
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    Some1 - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    no i am 15 it was on i didnt realize it sorry
     
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    chizm - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    don'y you get it? its a theme! we're talking about toys, so he's helping set the mood by sounding like a 9 year old.
     
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    T.T Boy - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    lego raised me. i swear to god. lego from back then was way cooler than it is now.


    moster in my pocket anyone?
     
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    tue skinny - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    lego FO SHO. oldschoo is dope.
     
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  8. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Nov 25, 2001

    You guys definitely haven't played with the new Lego Mindstorms set. I was all about old school Legos and Technics sets, but when I found out I can build a Lego robot that learns how to navigate through my room, all that old shit went out the window. Right now I'm working on a robot that makes its own art. It's out of control, seriously.

    On the other hand, remember the Inhumanoids? They bombed as a toy line, but they made some fucking cool big-ass monsters. Beer,

    El Mamerro
     
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    graffitiSUX - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    toys are so much cooler nowadays. fuck, half of the toys on the market today are smarter than the kids that play with em.

    toys i loved as a kid:

    leggo (of course)

    he-man

    transformers

    voltron

    mask

    matchbox/hotwheels cars

    and my trusty powell-peralta skateboard
     
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  10. imported_Tesseract - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    I used to play with Legos, playmobils, mastermind and those trippy 8o's toys.
    I was thinking about that the other day, toys in the 80's where kinda physcedelic, mind tripping. Maybe because the people who made them where consuming large ammounts of LSD when younger, during the 60's and the 70's.
    Plus the fact that violence didnt exist that much, it was all about Logic combined with some drug related glowing moment of imagination.
    I am pretty much anti-hippie and i concider video games fun,
    but i gotta say that oldschool toys where really well put as a concept,
    educationally and fun.
     
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    Some1 - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    Playmobiles where the shit idont care i played with them for days when i was 5 also those Micro Machines I would have wars in my base ment that went on for days and days!


    MICROMACHINES A GODS GIFT TO LITTLE BOYS!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Some1 - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    I like these kindsa post there great for remebering way back when
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    I would reply but I already wrote about this in another thread.....
     
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    suburbian bum - Replied Nov 26, 2001

    possesed furbys.
     
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    patrickjilbert - Replied Nov 28, 2001

    in general, older toys were so much bette.r they were much more interesting. now you dont even see kids running around playing army. they're doing dork shit like pokemon. WE'RE RAISING A NATION OF FRUITCAKES PEOPLE!

    it's annoying how kids get all nostalgic over stupid shit like ninja turtles and transformers. they buy shirts and try to get into it again.. sad....
     
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