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#46 - zurk (02/04/2013) [-]
The time travelling hipster one (5) is actually easily explained.   
Though they were never in style, there are sunglasses that were made in that style during the 1940's and 30's. A similar style of sunglasses was used in the 1944 film "Double Indemnity" by Barbara Stanwyck. (It's actually not a bad movie, actually) The shirt is actually probably some sort of sport/college sweater with the initialism "M" on it.    
Also, portable cameras existed at that time as well, they were just expensive. See the Kodak Folding Pocket model. It looks just like it, to me at least.    
Plus, a hipster would never time travel to that era. There'd be no cell service to post their ironic time travelling self shot to Instahologram.    
   
I like the Max Headroom broadcast thing, though.    
Fun Fact: It actually interrupted a Dr. Who episode.
The time travelling hipster one (5) is actually easily explained.
Though they were never in style, there are sunglasses that were made in that style during the 1940's and 30's. A similar style of sunglasses was used in the 1944 film "Double Indemnity" by Barbara Stanwyck. (It's actually not a bad movie, actually) The shirt is actually probably some sort of sport/college sweater with the initialism "M" on it.
Also, portable cameras existed at that time as well, they were just expensive. See the Kodak Folding Pocket model. It looks just like it, to me at least.
Plus, a hipster would never time travel to that era. There'd be no cell service to post their ironic time travelling self shot to Instahologram.

I like the Max Headroom broadcast thing, though.
Fun Fact: It actually interrupted a Dr. Who episode.
User avatar #105 to #46 - zerokiller (02/04/2013) [-]
It explained the whole time traveling hipster thing in the content. Did you even read it?
#217 to #105 - zurk (02/04/2013) [-]
Sorry, I didn't. Thanks for pointing it out!
Sorry, I didn't. Thanks for pointing it out!
#47 to #46 - zurk (02/04/2013) [-]
>(It's actually not a bad movie, actually)
>actually not a bad movie, actually
>actually actually
What have I done?
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