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  1. Say Goodbye to Barbara Walters With the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    What happened, April? This was your scoop!

    This morning Barbara Walters bid farewell to The View after five decades of working in broadcasting, and what better way to honor such a radical dudette than by looking back at this historic interview from her 1991 Oscar special? Just think: the people inside those Turtles suits are making some Juilliard professors very proud.

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  2. That Time the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Were on Oprah

    You get a live action movie! And you get a live action movie!

    Think Michael Bay's Ninja Turtles are missing that certain tubular something that made the heroes on a half shell such an important part of your childhood? Watch this weird clip from a 1990 taping of The Oprah Winfrey Show and see if your nostalgia is justified.

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  3. Remade Intro Sends Breaking Bad Back To The 90s

    I don't know what would possess a person to remake the intro for Breaking Bad as a high concept dramedy from the 1990s. I'm just glad that the spirit took them, because this video is absolutely tops. Who knew that Walt, Jesse and the rest of the gang would have been so at home on the WB right after Buffy? Now, we all do -- or at least, you will once you check out the video below.

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  4. Guitarist Blasts Through 50 Excellent 90s Guitar Riffs [Video]

    Musician Jocelyn Pelichet has now gone about putting his mark on the internet by performing this rather outstanding selection of guitar riffs from the early 90's without so much as blinking between them. Though his choices can be quibbled, there are 50 of them after all, none can say he doesn't perform them with some serious aplomb. The man blazes through the 50 riffs while still making each easily recognizable. Perhaps the only complaint one can have is the drums in the background but he goes so far as to provide one without it. How considerate!

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  5. What Facebook Would Have Looked Like in the 90s [Video]

    When Facebook was born in 2004, it arguably began an entire new age of the Internet, an age of social networking, an age where putting your name on the net was actually encouraged. But what if Facebook had come out in the 90s? It's no surprise someone has thought about that, the folks at Squirrel Monkey, specifically. They even made a very 90s video detailing its advanced features. It's worth a watch for all of you who'd like to explore a surreal, alternate past.

    If that floats your boat, be sure to check out 80s versions of Twitter and Google as well.

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