The past does not become the past until we look at the old pictures in the present. Only then do we realize how weird everything was, especially in the shoddy 1980s, right when we thought The Future had arrived, what with the music videos and personal computers and scrambled soft-porn movies delivered directly to our parents' house via cable. America's only perfect website, Internet K-Hole (which has occasional/ridiculous nudity) is a functioning time machine. Use it.
Bill Murray takes on technology in a rant filmed in multiple takes for a television promo in 1982. No facet of the futurescape goes without notice, as the comedy master bemoans everything he can with equal displeasure.
Ginger from American EXXXtasy is here, in her biker cap and overalls sans undershirt, to explain to you how you can descramble such films as "New Wave Hookers" and "Sex Crimes 2084." Who could resist her permed glory?
Jazzercise founder Judy Sheppard Missett gets intense about her workout, bouncing her "boogie body" as shouts frantically in time. Jazz-handing and shrieking positive reinforcement like a manic banshee, she is terrifying and wonderful—a real-life Kristen Wiig character.
Tailgating before a Judas Priest concert, a motley crew of mostly shirtless mid-Atlantic metalheads unites to drink, and yell, and throw the sign of the horns—worshiping the devil music; achieving ecstasy just hanging out.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty spouted gibberish, twisted his horrible visage, and killed himself. This Kinder Surprise commercial was banned when children found the freakish version of the nursery rhyme hero too terrifying for broadcast television. Wabadoobie!