Full House actor, I am the guy Alanis Morissette raged about

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19 Jul 2022, 11:49 am

I remember watching that. So cute!


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19 Jul 2022, 11:51 am

CockneyRebel wrote:
The 90s were a very edgy time.


The 90's was one of those decades where I was just really high. I'm sure I had a good time but I just can't remember it.

Oh I tell a lie. I went to party on December 31st 1999.

Then the next thing I can remember is joining WP.


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19 Jul 2022, 12:01 pm

Y2K was a big deal in 1999. It fizzled out in 2000 when the predicted disaster never happened.

It was all about changing a 2-digit year to a 4-digit year within dates.



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19 Jul 2022, 12:05 pm

Oh yeah the millennium bug. I got two weeks off work for that.


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19 Jul 2022, 12:05 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
Y2K was a big deal in 1999. It fizzled out in 2000 when the predicted disaster never happened.

It was all about changing a 2-digit year to a 4-digit year within dates.


I was very anxious about that and spent the last night of the year awake reading multiple Narnia books in an attempt to take my mind off of it.

People around me were nutsy about it, and it rubbed off on me to a certain extent. My anxiety was often over irrational things, though.


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19 Jul 2022, 12:05 pm

babybird wrote:
Oh yeah the millennium bug. I got two weeks off work for that.


Sweet!


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19 Jul 2022, 1:37 pm

Twilightprincess wrote:

Sweet!


Yes you are


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19 Jul 2022, 2:24 pm

babybird wrote:
Twilightprincess wrote:

Sweet!


Yes you are

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19 Jul 2022, 8:20 pm

I was born in 82 so I know a bit about 90s culture since I grew up then but I was not really part of any cultural movement. I really liked pop music back then as well as alternative rock but the radio stations in my area wouldn't play much else for current music except rap. Stuff like pop punk, ska, grunge, EMO, 80s pop, 70s pop, old skewl punk, glam rock, & metal/hard rock got little air-play in my area :( the other radio stations were mostly classic rock, oldies, country, christian, & cajun. Anyways Alanis Morissette's music is pretty good & I really like Jagged Little Pill but I never owned any of her CDs. I didn't have a lot of money to spend on music & after I graduated high-school in 2001 & got a computer & net, I was able to :pirat: her music. I guess it was a very good thing for Morissette's music career that Dave really hurt her. Lots of great music artists turn their bad relationships into awesome songs. They sure know how to make lemonade when life gives them lemons.


kraftiekortie wrote:
The twins were pretty cute; otherwise, Full
House was pretty standard sitcom fare to me.
Full House was a pretty funny show & I would watch reruns if I'm channel surfing & it's on. I never seen the reboot Fuller House thou. After Full House, the Olsen Twins had a couple hit TV shows where they played twins. I think they were called Two Of A Kind & So Little Time. They had a few movies as well where they played twins. After I graduated high-school, the Family Channel(or whatever they were called at that time) played a lot of their non-Full House stuff for a bit. I thought they were pretty good shows & at the time I also thought the twins were pretty attractive in their latest stuff :oops:


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19 Jul 2022, 8:24 pm

nick007 wrote:
I guess it was a very good thing for Morissette's music career that Dave really hurt her. Lots of great music artists turn their bad relationships into awesome songs. They sure know how to make lemonade when life gives them lemons.


I think some artists have trouble finding inspiration when everything is at an even keel and there are no highs and lows.

Opinion and pure speculation: Perhaps this is why there are a disproportionate number of people with bipolar who are artists of some sort.


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