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Living in the past.

Izthewiz

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I know they say living in the past is bad but I disagree.
Most of our choices come from past experiences.
Ideally I only listen to music from 2005 and before.
Movies im kinda in the same place except for a few scary movies.
I somewhat wish I could return to the 90's and re-live all those amazing times
And visit my family that has Past away since then.
If you miss the past decades please share some memories.
My favorite memories summer of 98- 2005 best times in my life.
Life is still good and I'm grateful for my wife and child but more
Of this relates to being young and living life to the fullest.
 

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I hate modern music. Listen to late 70's punk and early 80's Ska music. Think when we were younger we hadn't a care in the world. Days seemed to last longer. As we spent more time outside the house than in the house. Had a regular music venue I used to go to every Saturday night. No disco music allowed. Alternative / rock / punk. Lot of gigs we used to go to on a Saturday afternoon. Loud music only. Lot of the time were spent in small record shops. You make the time machine and I will borrow it from you.
 

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I talked to my therapist about this (being "stuck" in the past), and she said it's often a coping mechanism, and it's generally a healthy one. It helps us relax the mind, thinking of simpler times or times that otherwise brought us much happiness.
 

Izthewiz

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I talked to my therapist about this (being "stuck" in the past), and she said it's often a coping mechanism, and it's generally a healthy one. It helps us relax the mind, thinking of simpler times or times that otherwise brought us much happiness.
That sounds great.
Just bought a pair of jnco jeans and cd walkman.
The 90's are back.
 

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That sounds great.
Just bought a pair of jnco jeans and cd walkman.
The 90's are back.
I've been noticing some trends in my music of choice (hip hop) that are very reminiscent of the 90s, re: the rap group Griselda. Reminds me in many ways of Wu Tang Clan and the like. I'm so excited to see that, because most modern hip hop is garbage pop music.
 

Izthewiz

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I've been noticing some trends in my music of choice (hip hop) that are very reminiscent of the 90s, re: the rap group Griselda. Reminds me in many ways of Wu Tang Clan and the like. I'm so excited to see that, because most modern hip hop is garbage pop music.
Yeah I agree.
Really like wu-tang forever cd and most of the other stuff cappadonna and ghost face.
New hip hop is garbage and I can't listen to any of it.
 

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I am Generation X...I grew up in the 80’s and 90’s..back when the music was great. My playlist reflects this. There are some good acts today...but they are few and far between.
 
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