I miss the great kids' programming at the time. Shows like The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Doug, The Simpsons (at its prime) and Hey Arnold constructed these wonderful surreal universes that children could joyfully inhabit to make sense of their own lives. We've yet to build upon the promise of those series. Now cartoons are perverse (in a good, but undeniably adult, way) and kids' show are mind numbing (ie, Yo Gabba Gabba).
Hallucinogens and psychotropics mainly, but also being on the radio, seeing Fishbone and Morphine in concert about twelve times each, keeping great company with young females that I didn't fully appreciate at the time, living in a cheap attic apartment and wondering if today would be the day the building finally collapsed, Scranton (110 in the summer, -10 in the winter), how cutting edge everybody thought the first Playstation was, buying cd's in an actual record store, protesting against the World Bank, coffee before Starbucks and let's not forget that back then Adam Sandler actually made a decent movie now and then . . . you'd think with all of the drugs I did that I wouldn't remember any of it, but I do . . . and fondly:)