I actually don't like to think of the entire decade of the 90s as a thing. In my opinion it makes more sense to group '75-'84, '85-94, and '95-'04. I'm haven't worked it out to an exact science, but they just seem to fit together in terms of the music, styles, cars and technology available from the start to the end of those time frames.
I'm pretty good at the whole cell phone game. I regularly leave the home without it. If somebody calls and I don't pick up, then tough shit. I don't always call back. If it's that important, whoever called can call again later. I've always tried to treat a cellphone like a landline. It's something that sits on my night stand, and I'll answer it when I happen to be there.
Censorshit and PC blows goats for bus fare and walks home. The internets worked just fine when there was basically no censorshit. The people in the media who claim that the world will implode if there is no web censorshit are probably computer illiterates who didn't have internets until 2010 and have no idea what it was like before their dumb asses got online. It's funny to see so-called liberals championing this bullshit these days. Back in olden days it was always the conservatives doing it. The difference is that the liberals mainly want to police your speech, while conservatives just want to take away your pr0n and Mortal Kombat.
"Will the highways on the internets become more few?" -Gee Dubya
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