I’m a mid-nineties baby and while that means my memories of the 90s are few and far between – with every bi-daily Buzzfeed article about 90s nostalgia going straight over my head – I do have one or two recollections.
I used to play some dinosaur game on my dad’s computer (he used to have to set it up for me) and one day when he was at work, my mum and I tried to get it working. Obviously we didn’t have a clue what to do and tried consulting the web. My god, it was so slow that my dad was back from work before we even got to search what we wanted.
He needed to use the computer so I didn’t play that day.
My point is that while the 90s were “a simpler time”, they weren’t all that. People always hark on about them but the music was worse, it was a very weak decade for film and sure, technology “worked”, but there wasn’t a lot to go wrong.
With that in mind, everyone’s favourite Chris – Evans – had a minor Twitter rant about how defunct 90s tech was far better than its modern-day counterpart for the simple fact that it worked…
Weirdly in character for him…
I love my smart TV.
Anyway, with that in mind and considering how eerily similar his attitude is to what you’d assume would be exhibited by Steve Rogers, Robert Downy Jr and Mark Ruffalo chimed in, also in character…
hey @MarkRuffalo looks like Cap needs a little tutoring from the science bros.
— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) January 8, 2019
Call or DM us whenever you need assistance, @ChrisEvans. Also language.
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) January 8, 2019
Just giving the fans what they want, aren’t they?
They likelihood is that next time we see these three as their Marvel counterparts, that’ll be the last. A hard pill to swallow and one that I feel so torn about. I’m obviously dangerously excited for Avengers: Endgame but I love my guys…
Images via Microsoft, Disney