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Desc:Mind blowing animation brings us through the perils of cyberspace on a quest for fancy 90s hardware
Category:Science & Technology, Advertisements
Tags:90s, Internet, animation, cyberspace, Major Modem
Submitted:jreid
Date:09/09/11
Views:649
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Comment count is 15
EvilHomer
The Internet was so much cooler back in the 90s. It was all flashing lights and space robots and tubes made of fluorescent glowing numbers that lead to magical interstellar wonderlands where VR-headset wearing cyberpunks would hang out and swap hacker stories.

Now it's just cat videos and Twitter. Fuck you, Internet!

TimbolinoBilchard
It certaintly wasn't a truck you could dump something on.

Pompoulus
You can't steal physical objects through a phone line, Major Modem! You're looking at a court martial for this!
Cube
Well. you wouldn't steal a car...

Nikon
If I could download a car, I would.

FreeOJ
The coolest ad for a tv card ever
Robin Kestrel
Needs more countdowns.
fedex
the camera makes me feel like im playing Descent
THA SUGAH RAIN
Using fire to propel through water? what? Get the fuck off my screen major fakedom
Wonko the Sane
Fake you say?

baleen
Miro, I remember that.
bopeton
Those are Mechwarrior cockpits strapped on your shoulders, don't lie.
tenten
I guess Clancy Brown needed SOMETHING to do between Highlander and Superman: the Animated Series.
hammsangwich
This video would have taken at least 47 hours to download on dialup, thus losing its effectiveness.
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