The VHS one is stupid. They all had FBI warnings and trailers, too, and they were just as unskippable. Also, why show a muscle car and a Prius? Shouldn’t you show a modern muscle car? Oh, and get a better TV. It’s not the future’s fault you bought cheap junk. And lastly, the credit card thing is absolute crap. We still have the “normal way” where I work and five seconds is simply a pipe dream..
I’m guessing whoever made this is fifteen, at most.
With VHS nothing was skippable
It included fbi/interpol warning just like DVD
It had previews which had to manually be FF through (most companies do let you skip the coming soon and or preview screens on DVD/Blu-Ray)
With DVD most people use the default subtitle/soundoptions making going to the menu unnecessary, yet if done, makes the viewing more enjoyable, as you have the option to change languages and subtitles if you want.
Also doing everything you describe for the DVD 2 min tops
Manually FF through the VHS bs at least 3 min DVD/Bluray> VHS in every way shape and form.
Both take about 20 sec to warm up modern TV’s because they are loading software older TVS to literally warm up the Cathodes
Step 2 Change channels 01-maybe 30 has same time delay as modern tvs between channels, as the is the reciever (old school antenna vs cable/sattelite) 1 min
Repeat step 2 if nothing on enjoy the boredom until you find something else to do either around the house or outside. That until something you know will be on is on. 30 min-3hr to be conservative estimate on how often shows you would want to watch airs. Modern TV about 15 min.
Step4 If found spend entire 30 min to 2 hrs adjusting the antenna to get a signal that is bearable and understandable enough to watch. Also enjoy your monaural sound. Modern TV if found enjoy your show no adjustment needed and ins stereo the way the ears actually process live sounds.
On two above FAIL
Everything else is pretty accurate though…
I guess the Bugatti Veyron and Pagani Zonda aren’t nearly cool as the Prius.
The VHS *was* skippable. Just pres the FF button. On my VCR I even had a “double speed” button. On DVDs you CAN NOT skip the warnings. And how do you record your favorite TV series on a DVD player?
Yeah i pretty much feel the same way. Also those who say the warnings on a VHS can’t be skipped …Probably never handled a VCR.
The SNES one should read;
1: Insert cartridge
2: Power on
3: Blank screen
4: Power off
5: Remove cartridge
7: Insert cartridge
8: Power on
9: Start, start, start
10: Play game
Muscles cars back then were muuuch faster than now. Hands down.
This whole thing is stupid, dvds are so much better then vhs! The rewinding and rewinding and rewinding sucked so much, now you just skip ahead or skip back which makes watching porn so much easier! Nintendo lol come on really? Play for 3 hours and die with no lives left and your screwed now you can save the dam game and come back next yr if you want and finish it, and anyone who had a Nintendo remembers having to put the game in and take it out so many times before you could play it was like having sex with it! The rest of your stuff is just stupid!
Who the hell still even uses DVD’s. And anyone who actually plays video games wouldn’t take that old crap over the current gen stuff. No sir, fuck the past, the present is just fine. I for one am totally looking forward to the future.
not to mention…
Wide screen TVs are actualy short screen tvs, you still got the same width of whatever they broadcast, but the top and bottom were cut off.
Digital TV is blocky due to compression where as analogue was perfect (especialy fast motion where whole screen changes…football)
HD only gives you as good as what we used to get on analogue but still blocky especialy showing black
major sport events, world cup…boxing was free and all the Chanels cost you about £30 a year, they now cost twice that much a month
rewind worked at the same speed as fast forward
when you spoke to people on the phone they heard you…you heard them
to form a “band” each member had a different musical skill now they just have to be pretty
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