How to relive the 80s, 90s, and 00s
Ryan and Bart begin the first of a three-part series exploring how to go back in time and relive or recreate the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. The guys explain what to wear, what to listen to, what to watch, and how to talk to really get into the culture of the time. You won’t believe who the guys give as their biggest celebrity crushes from each decade!
For the 80s, Bart mentions his love for the original Nintendo and the Spielberg movies as great ways to transport one’s self back in time. Ryan cites the music of Bon Jovi and classic shows like Fraggle Rock and Who’s The Boss.
For the 90s, Ryan recalls The Simpsons, Seinfeld, and the last time his beloved Minnesota Twins won the World Series, while Bart gets lost in the music of Nirvana while recalling a 90s bar crawl.
In the 2000s, the guys realize their attire hasn’t changed much, but they had experimented with various facial hair styles at the time. Shows like Freaks and Geeks and Family Guy were amongst the guys’ favorites in the past. Revisiting old college campuses seemed odd and diminished the experience.
The guys not only touched on the past in terms of decades, but also go into more detailed experiences with how to actually live out memories from the past. Ryan cautions, however, that it is easy to look back at past experiences through rose-tinted lenses.
- How to relive the 80s
- How to relive the 90s
- How to relive the 00s
- How to actually revisit places from your past (childhood, high school, college)
- How to revisit friends from your past
- How to avoid looking at the past through rose-tinted lens
- How to avoid dwelling on the past, living in the past
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About How To Do That
How To Do That is not only a tongue-in-cheek instructional how-to blog, it’s also a weekly podcast hosted by Ryan Glanzer and Bart Christoff. The guys are frequently joined by special guests to discuss “how to” questions without definitive right or wrong answers. Many questions focus on how to react to, or how to approach everyday situations. The podcast is recorded in bars and other locations in Austin, Texas.