Quick Questions: Decades


What was the best / most interesting decade?

80 comments
AdManRobG
AdManRobG

70's NYC, Hedonistic Paradise. 60's Closest to a revolution in the modern era.

DelCoTrash
DelCoTrash

Early 90s: baggy jeans and the best nikes and jordans

G_SPOT_TORNADO
G_SPOT_TORNADO

1970s for sure. the music, chicks, drugs, were the best.

Pepper Hicks Coughing Fit
Pepper Hicks Coughing Fit

New York City for example can be divided by decade. 1950s were a "romantic" time of growth for the city, but it was also the beging of chemical experimentation.  1960 saw the begining of the downward slide in to the 70s where drug abuse and crime were at an all time high. The 70s in NY were ridiculous. The 80 marked an attempt to turn the city around. The NYPD today is much more professional then it was back then. More oversight now. By the late 90s, we started to see positve results.  Today the city in my oppinion is at a high point, if you discount hurricane sandy.     

Pepper Hicks Coughing Fit
Pepper Hicks Coughing Fit

There did seem to be a  "filtered Excellence" of the 50s.  Science Fiction of that time is still a template for today.  But it could not last.  The Vietnam war, I think is what changed things, when young people started to distrust the government and started to question society.  Things were bound to change

TemporalGrid
TemporalGrid

Living in earlier times, anything from the middle ages until the 70s, would be super cool right up until your first abscessed tooth and you're off to see the medieval barber (70s dentistry, same thing).

XTallOne
XTallOne

We are in it.  This is fucking awesome.

madtowntom
madtowntom

the 60s, nasa, motown, right ronnie!?

RonsCigar
RonsCigar

I have to say the 70s because I love all the movies from this decade.

ecupirate
ecupirate

When ever you are in Florida Thats what decade is the  best

YotaruVegeta
YotaruVegeta

The 1840s. I would be interested in observing how technology was advancing at that point.

edrooney
edrooney

Somewhere around 4200BC.  100% of all women were hot naked little liars. 

Vickroy
Vickroy

I think the 70s even though Im more of a child of the eighties. The 70s was probably the coolest decade and its been all downhill douchebaggery since.

seamus98
seamus98

everything has sucked so far, unless you're a billionaire.

AssWhack!
AssWhack!

Radio psychic, Radio psychic.  the 2050's

eddietirebiter
eddietirebiter

In the big picture they all have pluses and minuses.  In my life I was all in with a high risk sport in the 2000's, very high highs.  Nothing beats living each day with a fire in your belly, to live with a passion is to truly live.

Steve in Tampa
Steve in Tampa

We are in the first decade in recorded history in which it is the norm for women to go completely bare down below.  How did it take this long? They didn't even trim till the 90's...

Pool Keepers Son
Pool Keepers Son

The best opening line of any song ever....whiskey bottles.... Brand new car..... Oak tree your in my way

Pompano
Pompano

80's in ATL rocked. Very cool vibes from Athens music to Cameo downtown- funky cool

OllieInChicago
OllieInChicago

If you were a citizen, living in Rome in around 260 BC would be pretty tough to beat.  

sterlingblue
sterlingblue

The 1990's. I liked the music, I liked drinking, I liked turning it around in 95 and getting my life back. I understand this is only personal stuff.... but it was great for me.

KevinFromConn
KevinFromConn

The innocence of the 1950's is so romantic. How can I stay away?

Cletus from Brooklyn
Cletus from Brooklyn

The first one. It would have been cool to be alive in the single digits...

Steve in Tampa
Steve in Tampa

The 80's were the most hideous, just misplaced pockets and zippers everywhere.

JAFO1966
JAFO1966

1860s top hats and big umbrella dresses to crawl under

Dloco713
Dloco713

The 60s was the greatest!

Dead Skippy
Dead Skippy

I like the time before Fez threw me off the bridge.

harlequincy
harlequincy

1860's - Rebel Greys, Union Blues, Ellis Island 

shrekkalove
shrekkalove

I love the 1920's!  I'd kill a flapper look.

KevinFromConn
KevinFromConn

It depends where you are. 1960's London was great while 1960's U.S.A. wasn't that great.

Rorschach7
Rorschach7

1700's were my time. Im fascinated by the war, empires and the outfits and wigs., Dandy Fops and pistol duels.

harlequincy
harlequincy

1920's - prohibition, flappers, speak easies

ChineseDuck
ChineseDuck

1960s. Specifically in southern michigan so i could witness the rise and fall of two of the best bands ever, the MC5 and the stooges. Birth of punk baby.

KevinFromConn
KevinFromConn

The most appealing decade for me was the 1950's. Post war prosperous America. Music, attitude. I'd LOVE to have been in NYC during that time.

LizSetsFire
LizSetsFire

But the 80's are so close for me.. Its when i was born, most nostalgic. Ridiculous clothing. Best cheesy movies. New wave. Punk. Love it.

DeathProof
DeathProof

80's NYC. It was a Warzone! Punks! Disco freaks! All mixing it up with yuppies. Graphitti everywhere. Flickering neon...checker cabs.

archg2
archg2

The 80's was buck wild crazy craziness!

HollzinSeattle
HollzinSeattle

The 50's because i like poodle skirts & boys that look like James Dean

Moon Rocks
Moon Rocks

1960s: Cold War, Vietnam, first real activism, communist hunting, great style, TV, Beatles vs. Stones, and Ronnie B was born (I'm guessing).

Tim_P
Tim_P

The roaring 20s. Age of invention and everyone was classy.

SerotoninsGone
SerotoninsGone

Hard to beat the incredible changes that came about in the last half of the 1960s... the 90s had a chance at being something amazing with the music/indie film explosion until we decided to make Limp Bizkit famous.