So I said, "Yeah dude, they're really cool especially the first one, got a directors commentary and everything, you should check it out".
The guy put his little scanning gizmo down on the counter hard, looked up to the ceiling and rolled his eyes, then continued to scan with a laugh and said, "Uhhhh, well Superman is a bit before my time, it was some kind of '80s thing.
I mentioned the commercials to someone else in high school last year, and she had absolutely no idea what I was talking about, and she's the same age as me. At my brother's best friend's graduation party, which was 4 days before our high school graduation, one of my brother's friends bought over the old Nintendo console, and a few games, Contra and Super Mario 1, 2, and 3.
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The only Superman I know is that Lois & Clark series.
I was only born in '83" This 17 or 18 year old then gave me the bag in a disgusted way.
There I was buying a Superman DVD pack, 25 years old and this 17 or 18 year old kid treated me like a 50 year old man buy a Beatles CD. This was the first time I ever felt seriously old, I've been feeling bad ever since.
Realizing that later in this new '00 decade I will turn 30 and a 10 high school year reunion isn't that far away has me &%^*#$%% bricks too.
When the kid at the counter saw what I was buying he said "Suuuuperman" in a saracatic way.
Still I erroneously figured he was my age or at least around my age, 20 or above.
The son was amazed to learn that people didn't always have car phones, and that they used to have cords. I was network administrator at a university, and asked out one of the girls at the college to a Chicago concert. I feel old when I talk to the 20 somethings at work about......
I mentioned, during the lull before the concert, something about REO Speedwagon. I thought that the guy in the seat next to us was going to have a heart attack . the days before videos and I used to take photos of fav bands off the tv....... They had floppy disks the size of LP records..............mmmmm I feel OLD!
buying records, using the oven to heat food because microwaves were not around yet.....seeing latest movies at the Drive Inn (Dusk to Dawn's were great) At my first job they has mobile phones as big as bricks with a black box attached with a cord which was carried around....machines as big as a large photocopiers you had to dial the number and "yell" at the person at the other end to "I want to send a fax" (calling for OZ to Japan was the pits! In Communications class, my friends (all almost 19), and I (just turned 19), where talking about 1980s commercials that we were gonna use on our project.