This is delightful outtake from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood of Mister Rogers getting pranked by the crew with somebody else’s too-small shoes, and Mister Rogers reacting in the most wholesome way possible, even going so far as thanking the crew for the prank. Man, what a gem. Is Mister Rogers Neighborhood
This is what will now be known as the Spectrum Of Kindness, a barcode style chart created by data lover Owen Llewellyn Henry Jean Phillips to celebrate Mister Rogers’ birthday by presenting the color of every cardigan he wore on Mister Rogers’ neighborhood in chronological order from 1969 – 2001
The online Winamp Skin Museum. Looking through all of these I can close my eyes and almost see my freshman dorm room. The loft bed with desk underneath, a huge 21-inch CRT monitor taking up most of the desk space, a Winamp visualizer playing at full screen. Little did I
This is the very appropriately titled ‘This F***’d Me Up as a kid!’, a compilation video of movie scenes predominately from the 80’s and 90’s that were nightmare fuel for kids to watch. Most scary, some heartbreaking. Obviously, the worst of them all has been and always will be– “Artax
In proof you’re never too old to Smash Bros, this is a video of very talented pianist and Youtuber BearKeys performing a medley of video game themes on an old Roland Juniper-6 synthesizer from the early 80’s, which produces an absolutely wonderful sound for this use. And if you like
Have you ever wondered what the dial-up modem handshake sound LOOKS like? Just how high were you? Edibles? Maybe next time wait an hour before eating the rest. This is the dial-up modem sound presented in spectrogram form. Sure brings back memories, doesn’t it? MOM! MOM HANG UP THE PHONE.
This is a video of classically trained starer and virtuoso pianist Lord Vinheteiro (aka Fabricio Andre Bernard Di Paolo) performing a medley of 80’s hits on the piano. Man, I haven’t heard some of those songs in…forever. Like I’ve legitimately never heard them before man I thought these were supposed
The last Blockbuster store, located in Bend, Oregon, is letting residents of Deschutes County the chance to have an AirBnB sleepover in the store for three nights in September for just $4 a night (a cent more than the cost of a movie rental). So, yeah, just to be clear