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I was inspired by the schoolhouse thread to determine what defined our generation. I don’t know if you have to get deep but here are some that would give a good indication of mine. Please add your own or to mine.

We were the first of Generation X, the children of the Baby Boomers.
Here is a small list.

• School House Rock, Land of the Lost and Isis on Saturday morning cartoons
• The Breakfast Club
• Friends

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Noel's angel
I am of the Nickelodeon generation.

Clarissa Explains It All, Pete 'N' Pete, Doug....you know you love 'em. Edited by Noel's angel

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MissyP89
Legends of the Hidden Temple, GUTS, Figure It Out and Double Dare...

Rugrats, CatDog, Angry Beavers, Invader Zim, and the premier of Spongebob...

Sailor Moon, DBZ, Pokemon and Digimon, and Sonic on Saturday mornings...

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Galloglasses' Alt
Pokemon was new

Toonami

People gave a beaver dam about their country

POGz (I thinkt hats how you spelled them.

the 90s, were fun too.

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HisChildForever
[quote name='MissyP89' post='1679197' date='Oct 16 2008, 04:55 PM']Legends of the Hidden Temple, GUTS, Figure It Out and Double Dare...

Rugrats, CatDog, Angry Beavers, Invader Zim, and the premier of Spongebob...

Sailor Moon, DBZ, Pokemon and Digimon, and Sonic on Saturday mornings...[/quote]

:yes:

Are You Afraid of the Dark? Plus Ninja Turtles - cartoon, and Spiderman - cartoon.

Power Rangers!

'Nsync, 98 Degrees, the beginnings of Britney and Christina...

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Domine ut Videam
I was raised on Sesame Street and Full House.

Grew up reading the Babysitter's Club and the Rats of Nihm.
In a time where kids still played unorganized games out in the backyards and the streets.
Before personal computers and cell phones. Before ipods. It was the time of the Sony Walkman, everyone had their CD players.
I was in 7th grade on 9/11, since that time I have known how important (and it has been taught to me) it is to be aware of what is going on in the world.

Nano-babies, gigapets, furbies, skip-its were all the rage.

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Galloglasses' Alt
[quote name='Excelsior1027' post='1679235' date='Oct 16 2008, 04:32 PM']One word: internet.

Perhaps "digital" can be added on to that. [b]Everything's digital now.[/b][/quote]


Pity this is not neccesarily a good thing. =[

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MissyP89
[quote name='Domine ut Videam' post='1679234' date='Oct 16 2008, 05:30 PM']Nano-babies, gigapets, furbies, skip-its were all the rage.[/quote]

Tamagotchi!

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thegoodpippo
it was MC Hammer, Full House, Vanilla Ice, Pee-Wees Big Adventure, Nirvana, and Pearl Jam... Green Day, Saved By the Bell, Reality Bites, Salt N Pepa, Alanis Morrisette, Transformers, Thundercats, TMNT, Macgyver, Beavis and Butthead, Dumb and Dumber, Wayne's World, Cross Colours, Cavarecci's, Rayon Shirts, Doc Martens, Flannel Shirts, Street Fighter II, Mortal Kombat, and of course... What Would Jesus Do???

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