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Old 02-11-2017, 09:45 AM   #1
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My Technical Writing teacher has us working on an in-class project analyzing magazine content, and we're using his copies of Sports Illustrated from the 80s. My magazine is from 1984 and includes this ad, which could only remind me of a certain "neat look" LOL.

Seriously tempted to look for 80s magazines on Ebay now - I'd ask my teacher for his except he came up with this class exercise partly as an excuse to keep his magazines. Some people are fans of the Middle Ages or the French Revolution - is it crazy that I really like 1980s America?
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Haha oh boy, now I've done it! I seem to recall that we were avoiding the hair topic to prevent descending into frivolity, but here is an entire thread dedicated to 80s hair. Of course there were other reasons Dirk became famous, right?

...Right?

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Yeah, his 70s locks. ��
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Haha oh boy, now I've done it! I seem to recall that we were avoiding the hair topic to prevent descending into frivolity, but here is an entire thread dedicated to 80s hair. Of course there were other reasons Dirk became famous, right?

...Right?

Sure. Lots of other reason (those eyes, that face, ... ) ...
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yeah, his 70s locks. ��
lol!
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Sure. Lots of other reason (those eyes, that face, ... ) ...
"You could be a star!"
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Ok, so it's the whole package. I can't argue.
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Ok, so it's the whole package. I can't argue.
Mixed with talent. Heaps and heaps of talent.
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Mixed with talent. Heaps and heaps of talent.
Definitely. When I watch movies/TV, I spend 25-50% of the time thinking about what went into the acting. Always enjoy watching his movies because he usually nails an authentic performance.

You know I was (partly) kidding about the other stuff. Although it doesn't hurt either.
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Definitely. When I watch movies/TV, I spend 25-50% of the time thinking about what went into the acting. Always enjoy watching his movies because he usually nails an authentic performance.

You know I was (partly) kidding about the other stuff. Although it doesn't hurt either.
I'm exactly like that and that's also why I asked one of my questions. And I agree on nailing the authentic performance.
LOL I had fun with it anyway
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