For the U.S. the 1990s was a time of relative peace. To borrow from Dickens, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was a time of oral sex in executive buildings and clear colas. It was a time of grunge and it was a time of Hanson. It was a time of the wild west Internet and it was a time of Y2K fears.
History looks back on the 1990s as yet another decade of self-indulgence. It marked for many the hastening of corporations to catch on to and exploit new trends with the youth, and it was also when gold rimmed glasses were in fashion (I should know). In comparison to the troubles found before and after it, the 1990s seem almost like a party–a party where you have to wear your pants baggy.
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It’s booty shaking gone wild!
Nude dancing has become the rage in of all places, Kathmandu. However, it’s not without it’s problems, such as the fact that it’s against the law–sort of. Despite what you might think in their society, and even though nude dancing is not allowed by law in the Hindu society, there’s very little regulation regarding night clubs. Still, not to be deterred, police have been raiding a number of the hedonistic buildings that contain such frivolities as nude dancing, frolicking and anything by Soulja Boy.
Not to be deterred, fans of the fad have begun a protest to combat this terrorism. Their hope? Improve the “deteriorating law and order.” The biggest flaw in their plan? They attempt to do so without the illuminating power of music. Well, that and they’re wearing their clothes while doing so. Treat it like crack, kids! It’s the only way to win!