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Old 10-05-2008, 09:00 AM   #31
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In the 90's we had John Ritter and in 2003 he passed away. In the 90's The Atlanta Braves went to the playoffs and World Series. In the 2000's The Atlanta Braves are not doing too good to go to the playoffs and World Series.
 
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In the 90's carbs were called Gasp! CARBOHYDRATES! and they were considered GOOD for you! In the 2000s, they were shortened to carbs, and they were considered bad for you and gasp "STAY AWAY FROM THEM"! 9it's funny how om,ething that was good in the 90's, was considered 'bad" in the 2000s)......
 
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90's: Metal was "dead" on account of grunge.
2000's: Metal is BACK with a vengeance!!

90's: Ozzy went into retirement before forming Ozzfest.
2000's: Ozzy is now a reality t.v. celebrity.

90's: Metallica cut their hair and went alternative.
2000's: Metallica grew their hair back and went back to thrash.

90's: Maiden and Priest lost their main lead singers and struggled through the decade.
2000's: Maiden and Priest got back with their lead singers and recorded two of the biggest albums of their careers which both hit the Top Ten.

90's: Black Sabbath lost Ronnie James Dio (for a second time) on vocals and reunited with Ozzy.
2000's: Black Sabbath lost Ozzy (for a second time) and reunited with Dio!!
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In the 90's, if you were over the age of 17, and still living at home, you were considered a LOSER!

In the 2000s, with high apartment costs, and high mortgages, the acceptable age has been pushed to about 30..... If you are over the age of 29, and still living at hiome, you are considered a LOSER!
 
 


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