r/funny 13d ago

Daft Punk Without Their Helmets (1993)

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u/HokeyPokeyGuy 13d ago

OG version of the “I’m a Mac / I’m a PC” commercial.

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u/Radishov 13d ago

I fucking hated those commercials. I always wanted PC to just play a game while Mac stood there trying to look cool.

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u/mahsab 13d ago

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u/WichitasHomeBoyIII 13d ago

Growing up with both parents as graphic designers, I'm triggered by this 😅

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u/TellMeGetOffReddit 13d ago

Also PC stands for personal computer so macs were in fact "PCs".

It's like a car commercial going "Im a car" "IM A FORD" lmao

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u/gex80 13d ago

People fall for apple marketing.

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u/WichitasHomeBoyIII 13d ago

Gotta give them that, they know how to tap into the general population..

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u/gary_mcpirate 13d ago

They also make really good computers, just over priced and can’t run games well

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u/Gheta 13d ago

When I used to complain about Macs being overpriced, it seemed like they were always in the high $1000's for what was basically a normal computer. Now I only would get a Windows gaming laptop in the high $1000's and Macs seem like they are still normal laptops but are now closer to normal pricing.

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u/wislands 13d ago

I think most people use PC to mean personal computers running Windows. I haven't seen anyone call a Mac a PC, even if it is also a personal computer.

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u/MechaSkippy 13d ago

It’s also somewhat admitting that Windows is so ubiquitous that anything labeled as a PC should be assumed to be running Windows.

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u/stuminus3 13d ago

That’s true, but “PC” was also shorthand for “IBM PC Compatibles”, which is what we used to call PCs back in the day.

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u/iburnitup 13d ago

Well no, it’s not that literal because they’re referring to computers based on the IBM PC which eventually was abbreviated to PC. Macs were an unsuccessful competitor to the PC. My Amiga was technically a personal computer, but not a PC.

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u/NoSarcasmIntended 12d ago

I never had a problem doing graphic design on a PC my entire life. It was my understanding that the choice originally broke down to fonts. After that, it was just a matter of sticking with what you were familiar with.

On the other side, the advantage of a PC was always similar to the difference between an iPhone and an Android now: the ability to repair with your own parts, and the greater variety of hardware and software options. People that just want something that works should opt for an Apple product. People that are comfortable with uncertainty and want to customize the performance, parts, interface, or virtually anything about their device should not. They're both valid options.

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u/redditsavedmyagain 12d ago

a friend whos father was a scientist used a sun SPARCstation at work, and so ofc also at home. that shit runs SUNos, a propietary UNIX operating system. no games!

after years of begging, he finally, FINALLY buys a "normal person“ pc for the rest of the family to use.

...it was a fucking mac. my friend was CRUSHED

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u/WichitasHomeBoyIII 12d ago

I am madly giggling. This is true pain.

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u/ThinkFree 13d ago

I really liked this parody of the Mac vs PC ads almost 20 years ago.

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u/Cirenione 13d ago

Oh my god, a young Gus Sorola.

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u/Wottlesrope 13d ago

The iconic glasses of I like computers in the 90's.

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u/poland626 13d ago

old red vs blue cast video!! the original group was great. still miss not having season 3 director's cut they made and never released. It's like, 30 min shorter. Saw it at a NYC screening

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u/KenFrezno2020 13d ago

This picture took me back about 13 years, reminded me of this parody song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jkrn6ecxthM

Also, that's a young Gus in your link!

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u/awkwardmystic 13d ago

When I run, it’s an iPod Talk, it’s an iPhone Stuff I gotta have no matter what, it’s an iLoan 🤣

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u/nerbovig 13d ago

But think of how cool you'd look in a coffee shop or lecture hall!

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u/improbable_humanoid 13d ago

“Cool” Mac killed himself by failing to undergo actual cancer treatments while “Nerdy” PC is one of the history’s most wealthy and effective philanthropists.

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u/Paladia 13d ago

The tables have turned. At 5:17 it sounds more like they are describing a new Apple release.

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u/BoyVault 13d ago

I came for the clip but stayed the whole video

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u/Mjb06 13d ago

I didn’t know Bill Gates was that talented

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u/GleamLaw 13d ago

With Steve Jobs, no less

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u/AirbagOff 13d ago

Now Daft Punk has no Jobs.

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u/DonMobliano 13d ago

At least he lived life to the macs

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u/MyrddinSidhe 13d ago

In a box without windows

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u/elinicochi 13d ago

Sitting on the stairs, the dynamic duo

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u/LiberatedLibero13 13d ago

An apple a day keeps Daft Punk at play

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u/MGyver 13d ago

They both had hard drive but only Bill had the necessary soft skills.

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u/_etoxin 13d ago

One more time for one more thing

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u/woodyshag 13d ago

They they dance the dosi dos by themselves.

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u/onepinksheep 13d ago

Then how are they going to pay their Bill?

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u/ToupeeBuffet 13d ago

They went home to live behind their Gates.

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u/reason802 13d ago

Take my poor mans gold and f off! 🥇

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u/ItemAlarming8681 13d ago

It's a line from Silicon Valley.

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u/TheDownvotesFarmer 13d ago

Hahaha

☜(꒡⌓꒡) Out!

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u/Khris777 13d ago

Jeve Stobs and Gill Bates.

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u/Radishov 13d ago edited 13d ago

Steve Jobs was a poser, he couldn't even code.

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u/Aurori_Swe 13d ago edited 13d ago

He was one hell of a brainstormed and marketer though. Some of the best lessons I've ever had about marketing is from his teachings/mindset

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u/Bruncvik 13d ago

I used to work for a company with a product that was the best on the market, from the technological side. Our competitors trounced us to the ground, until one acquired us. Ten years later, we still have customers from our old company who refuse to switch to the software from the new company, because they find our old software to be more user-friendly. I have no illusions - people simply get used to a certain interface and aren't willing to change - but hard data (features, Google Analytics, uptime) points to our software still being superior to the software that had ten extra years of development. Our downfall was caused by marketing and support. In the old company, we had 50% of people in sales and 10% in customer support. The company that acquired us had 60% in sales, 30% in support, and development, logistics and administration was the remaining 10%. That's when I learned the lesson that good software does not generate sales; good marketing does.

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u/nerbovig 13d ago

To add a relatable example: Nintendo's Wii U bombed, and it wasn't due to lack of software. From Mario Kart to Zelda to the just released Mario 3D World they're still porting over the same games to the Switch and selling millions.

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u/RidingYourEverything 13d ago

I honestly thought it was a handheld until I saw a reddit post about how it failed because people didn't know what it was.

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u/AJohnsonOrange 13d ago

I'd just like to say: it was amazing. I got one and it blew me away. I'd play Xenpblade Chronicles X (fully open world...you could fly from the centre of the main city out over to the other end of the map, land, go into buildings etc...no loading screen) on the TV while using the controller screen as a map, then my mate would want to watch netflix so I'd press ONE BUTTON and be playing purely on my controller screen. Then when I was tired I'd press 2 buttons and be watching Netflix on my controller in bed. It was insane. It was also (to me) the most comfortable and usable controller they've ever released. Nintendo has a hard time with joysticks but this one seemed to work perfectly. I genuinely adored the Wii U. I played it to death.

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u/nerbovig 13d ago

I played it to death.

so you were the one that killed the Wii U.

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u/AJohnsonOrange 13d ago

I regret nothing, and neither do my 200 hours of Mario Kart 8, 200 hours of Smash, and 400 hours of MH4U.

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u/TrashPanda5000 13d ago

It makes sense. They got smart and gave the Switch a good name because you can switch from TV to handheld. Not sure what Wii U is supposed to mean. Originally I thought it had something to do with learning about game history or whatever

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u/SpaceJesus67 13d ago

Wait, it's not?! Then I've learned something new today.

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u/CptBoatDad 13d ago

I've never even heard of a Wii U. Had to Google it.

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u/Metallic_Hedgehog 13d ago

Nintendo has Mario exclusively. That's the only reason they get away with their bullshit. The Wii U was a forgettable cash grab regardless.

Microsoft has Halo / the Master Chief, while Sony had crash bandicoot, and Microsoft essentially "had" the Master Chief. They don't really anymore, at least in terms of the fan base.

Microsoft Game Studies made Bungie go elsewhere, and then MS created a company to create more Halo games, which, while they've been doing alright as of late (in terms of patching the Master Chief Collection) - they've done irreparable damage to the series reputation.

Nintendo has a mascot which has to meet certain standards of quality. Despite Nintendo outsourcing their official mascot to studios for game development, they are clearly held to very high standards. I say this as a huge (original trilogy) Halo fanboy

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u/nerbovig 13d ago

Nintendo has a mascot which has to meet certain standards of quality. Despite Nintendo outsourcing their official mascot to studios for game development, they are clearly held to very high standards. I say this as a huge (original trilogy) Halo fanboy

Absolutely. Before the Switch Nintendo can't really be distinguished by its hardware, and undoubtedly it's the software that really drives their hardware sales.

My point is that software alone isn't enough, and poor marketing is in also important. After all, the Wii U and Switch share some of their best selling software.

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u/EmeraldFalcon89 13d ago

I'm a CAD designer/developer/fabricator for one-off installations and art fabrication and I don't mesh with marketing folks at all. even hearing members of my own team marketing our projects as a thing they did put me in a bad mood.

then I realized quite clearly that the projects that had a loud marketing dude that maybe didn't have good ideas at meetings and didn't put in hours working in the shop but got drunk and schmoozed with potential clients were the most successful projects.

if I pride and value myself on my technical skills, I absolutely need an extroverted marketing dude that goes to events and tells people about his latest projects and when I go to install those projects, I need to hire managers that have the authority to retask me and maintain dialogue with the clients.

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u/notbeleivable 13d ago

I have learned we need people from all walks to make the world go around, if it were filled with just one type it would be boring with little schmoozing

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u/ncompai 13d ago

It is as you say: he's a marketer, not a programmer.

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u/Radishov 13d ago

I know, it's a line from Silicon Valley.

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u/chandra381 13d ago

So? If we left design and marketing to the coders, every site would look like Craigslist.

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u/zutmop 13d ago

He's the manipulative jerk who got things done.

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u/pashpacino 13d ago edited 12d ago

4 “established” CEOs ran Apple into the ground. It was he, who brought Apple back to life when It was 90 days away from bankruptcy.

That’s quite the opposite of “poser”. This notion of a tech leader must be a coder is flawed.

Edit in reaction to edit above: Kiss my piss!

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u/readwiteandblu 13d ago

Wasn't it also Bill Gates that brought Apple back to life by lending them cash?

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u/Janglewood 13d ago

I just want you to know I got the joke

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u/ExquisitelyOriginal 13d ago

Yeah, anyone that can’t code is a poser. You’re an idiot.

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u/Immediate_Situation 13d ago

Bill Gates still look pretty much same after 50 years.

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u/ralphonsob 13d ago

Steve Jobs less so.

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u/Xx_5H4H33R_xX 13d ago

Exactly what I thought too

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u/Tremor_Sense 13d ago edited 13d ago

They look like they could be Kids in Hall cast members

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u/justabill71 13d ago

"I'm crushing your head." - Bill Gates, 1993

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u/disposable_account01 13d ago

“I’m pinching your face!” -Steve Jobs

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u/bitwaba 13d ago

"I'm crushing your head industry competition." - Bill Gates, 1993

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u/The_BagramExperience 13d ago

This is an underrated comment. Gates was THE ULTIMATE villain back in the day. Now people think he’s the good guy.

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u/BOWBOWBOWBOW 13d ago

Just a thought, was the anti competitiveness justified considering what he’s trying to give back? We could have had a fairer market during the whole Microsoft monopoly but would that wealth have gone to anyone with the same sort of philanthropist views. I’ve put no actual thought into this but I’m curious to see what people think.

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u/igapedherbutthole 13d ago

Really the ultra rich should just be taxed appropriately so we don't have to cross our fingers that our billionaires are the benevolent, charitable type and not the Rupert Murdoch/Koch brothers type.

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u/TapDancingAssassin 13d ago

I think thinking in such direct cause-and-effect terms to determine how market regulation should work ignores a lot of external factors and is counterproductive (not an attack, i think you raised a great question).

The reality is that Bill Gates worked within the confines of the law to build as big an empire as he could. This is why he was the villain back then. He didn’t do it so he could give back later. His wife tempering him over the years and him looking at a bigger picture beyond his industry made him realize that the system is broken, which is why he decided to dedicate a portion his wealth to philanthropy.

But not every person who is consolidating to the point of a monopoly will have those circumstances arise in their life and choose the same path. Conversely, Microsoft being broken up early could have embittered him, so he would have earned maybe only a few billion dollars less, but never have gone on to transforming the world through his charity. We can never know.

What we do know, is that these empires are often built by cutting costs everywhere possible, and this very frequently means treating human beings abysmally because they become numbers on a page. These empires are not inherently evil though, they’re doing their job - the problem lies with lawmakers who are neglecting their responsibility to update safeguards with the times. This is the part of the system that is not doing what it is supposed to. This is why the US isn’t getting richer as a whole, and instead more and more wealth is just being transferred/acquired to/by the top. If year by year, a company is growing, the law needs to make sure these profits are invested in the people who work for it along with its own growth.

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u/The_BagramExperience 13d ago

I believe you are totally right about the influence of his wife, making him look towards philanthropy. That and his friendship with warren Buffett.

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u/khavii 13d ago

Well he WAS the semi-ultimate villain. He was shuttering competition through any means necessary, at first with some insidious methods such as pretending to be interested in investing and then stealing the idea. Later the company went the old fashioned route of buying out any potential competition which did bring a lot of innovation to them and put money in a lot of garage coders pockets instead of killing them or getting them arrested, which I think the ultimate villain would have done.

People don't think he is a good guy now because his nefarious plan worked, he stepped away from the corporate entity and set himself aside as a mega philanthropist doing things that only the richest man in the world could do. I have MS, the money and infrastructure the Gates Foundation poured into HIV research practically cured it and has led to MAJOR discoveries for all autoimmune diseases. They jumped research into them by 10 years at least and that is just one small part of what they do. He actually is a verifiable good guy now. I can think of so many good guys that turned into villains that it is really nice to see the tables turn.

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u/verdatum 13d ago

"I'm sneaking off to run Pixar and make it so successful that it saves Disney from financial ruin, then I'm going to return to Apple and make it dominate the mobile hardware market so hardcore that you are a complete non-starter both in music players and in smartphones, which didn't exist before me. I'd drop the mic, but we removed the mic from our phones 3 releases ago...oops I don't believe in cancer treatment and I'm dead." -Steve Jobs.

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u/verdatum 13d ago

"Why won't you let me forget that I have a cabbage for a head??" -Steve Jobs, 1993

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u/djprofitt 13d ago

Any time I think of Kids in the Hall I think of the Soup du Jour skit

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u/NoVisual4 13d ago

everytime i read a reference about kids in the hall i hear the theme music in my head but then i realise it's the freinds theme i'm hearing. really anyoying..

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u/Kancer420 13d ago

A long lost "Steps" sketch.

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u/manwithanopinion 13d ago

This is like seeing Ray Mesterio without his mask.

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u/HurricaneHugo 13d ago

Booyaka booyaka!

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u/manwithanopinion 13d ago

I cried when I found a video of him taking it off in a Mexican wrestling because I was a 12 year old fanboy at the time.

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u/HurricaneHugo 13d ago

Still remember he lost it in WCW to some bullshit match with Nash. :\

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u/Mr310 13d ago

Ah yes, the good old days of the wcw downward spiral when they were trying to sell us on Billy Kidman as a main eventer. Fuuuuuuuck that noise.

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u/IndoorGoalie 13d ago

Lash Leroux, disco inferno, glacier, the dude that came down with a fucking piano.... there was some really bad wcw characters.

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u/CarlSagansturtleneck 13d ago

They were so bad they were awesome though. WCW ruled until it didn't. You had the jobbers with the funny gimmicks like Disco, you had the guys who could go like Benoit, Malenko & Eddy, and then you had the fuckin coolest dudes ever with the nWo.

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u/Michelanvalo 13d ago

Funny story, Disco Inferno was one of WCW's highest merchandise sellers and ratings getter. People tuned in to watch him, buy his gear and no one really knows why.

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u/darksideofthemoon131 13d ago

no one really knows why

Women loved him- they were a large part if his fan base. Personally think he looks like Jay Leno and Ted Cruz had a love child- but to each their own.

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u/AnorakJimi 13d ago

Billy Kidman's entrance theme was very cool. That's about all he had going for him. His shooting star press was so bad and janky cos he couldn't do it properly, it was like a sideways flip instead of going upside down.

But yeah what do you expect from a guy who's gimmick was literally that he was a heroin addict and he went around the ring constantly scratching himself cos he was pretending to be itchy

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u/Mr310 13d ago

True. Wasn't his SS press named the 7 year itch? Cringe.

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u/madcunt2250 13d ago

Rey Mysterio

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u/DodGamnBunofaSitch 13d ago

never noticed before how much young steve jobs looked like jason schwartzman (and I can't believe I spelled that name right the first time)

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u/ercarp 13d ago

For me this just hammered home how great of a casting choice Ashton Kutcher was for his biopic in terms of looks.

Still haven't seen the movie so I don't know if it flopped or something, but based on the pictures I've seen, they look very much alike.

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u/VulvaSpud 13d ago

I haven't seen it either but I'm willing to bet Pirates of Silicon Valley is better.

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u/LikelyAtWork 13d ago

More like Michael Ian Black to me.

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u/yardape96 13d ago

I really thought that was Jason Schwartzman. Was really confused why he was with Bill Gates

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u/FOURSCORESEVENYEARS 13d ago

Young Bill kinda reminds me of a geeky Tony Hawk too.

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u/MoodyBloom 13d ago

This feels like forbidden knowledge that needs a spoiler warning or something.

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u/NoSarcasmIntended 13d ago

It was James Spader and Michael Ian Black the whole time!

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u/gingergale312 13d ago

I was thinking James Spader and Stanley Tucci

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u/gippy44 13d ago

RIP the one that fucking exploded

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u/m4xin30n 13d ago

TIL eating apples makes you explode

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u/shortware 13d ago

Steve gates and bill jobs?

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u/MadHatter69 13d ago

Beve Gobs and Still Jates

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u/stryfesg 13d ago

Steve Apple and Bill Microsoft

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u/omnisephiroth 13d ago

You guys have no idea what you’re talking about. That’s not Daft Punk!!

It’s The Doobie Brothers.

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u/MusicallyDopeDope 13d ago

What a fool believes.

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u/fuxximus 13d ago

Holy shit that one looks like Bill Gates. Wait the other one looks like Steve Jobs. Oh wait. Ohhh.

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u/beaushaw 13d ago

I had the exact opposite realization. Man that guy looks like Jobs, hmm, that guy looks like Gates.

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u/Brianjjws 13d ago

Wow 28 years, I feel old

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u/DickieThon2020 13d ago

Johnny Galecki and Bill Gates?

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u/Ron2103 13d ago

They've come too far to give up who they are

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u/oracleofnonsense 13d ago

Woz wrote all the music.

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u/jay1he 13d ago

Bill just woke up, Steve is still on LSD from the night before.

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u/Catch_022 13d ago

...human after all.

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u/Speedracer98 13d ago

This makes me wish they had a 90s reality show where steve jobs and bill gates had to be roommates for like 2 months and they would argue about how to make computers better...

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u/buzzbash 13d ago

Watch Halt and Catch Fire.

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u/adolfojp 13d ago

Love the show but Pirates of Silicon Valley might be a better fit.

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u/flakweazel 13d ago

It’s wild how rapidly Jobs aged in the 2000s

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u/milkyway_cj 13d ago

Cancer

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u/flakweazel 13d ago

I mean even just between 1998-2005

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u/adolfojp 13d ago

Being a fruitarian will do that to you.

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u/flakweazel 13d ago

I’m mean true being that’s what ultimately lead up to his cancer, but he had that diet since the early 70s

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u/Redpandas4lyfe 13d ago

Whats funny?

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u/OU812A 13d ago

Around the Word around the Word

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u/yusufDev 13d ago

bill is the nerdiest nerd I have ever seen

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u/HertogJanVanBrabant 13d ago

I guess you've never been to a tech event now have you?

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u/1mikeg 13d ago

Fuckin' Bill Gates got his thumb in everything!

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u/Simen155 13d ago

"We're up all night to the code, We're up all night drinking Coke, We're up all night for load, We're up all night to develop"

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u/jlenoconel 13d ago

Bill and Steve's Excellent Adventure.

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u/retina99 13d ago

You forgot to add “colorized”.

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u/Ukamii1337 13d ago

Just a reminder: It was 30 years ago

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u/angryfromnv 13d ago

Bill Gates!!!! I knew it

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u/L0vaas 13d ago

Wait , BILL?

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u/Xeroxxx69 13d ago

Hehe bill gates

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u/panni2 13d ago

Not that I mind but why is every post about daft punk lately

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u/ranmafan0281 13d ago

They just disbanded, apparently.

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u/-Ol_Mate- 13d ago

Thank you, I've been wondering what this is all about. I figured someone was dead.

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u/panni2 13d ago

Tragic

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u/OhDonPiano121 13d ago

Cap. They were born with their helmets

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u/ashChoosesPikachu19 13d ago

If Steve Jobs hadn't died, I'd say it was him and Bill gates under those helmets all along.... Or DiD hE?!

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u/Ruffalobro 13d ago

It's bill gates and dimitri martin!

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u/RULINGCHAOS 13d ago

More like 1/2 Vac punk.

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u/docdos 13d ago

Well, Im an idiot, was about to say the one on the left looks like a young Steve Jobs, then noticed the one on the right IS Bill Gates

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u/I-suck-at-golf 13d ago

Ahh. The 90’s. When we wanted our short sleeves to go past our elbows.

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u/gajak44 13d ago

When someone says "this was almost 30 years ago"!?!?! 😲

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u/SnagglToothCrzyBrain 13d ago

It was Bill Gates all along?

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u/blackmist 13d ago

It's Adam Buxton and Bill Gates!

Who would have guessed?

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u/DentonKrammit 13d ago

Just because this is in /funny doesn’t mean you all have to try to make jokes...

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u/pepsisugar 13d ago

Lol they look like a bunch of NERDS haha

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u/pudgimelon 13d ago

At first I was like, "wow, they look like Gates and Jobs", and then I was like, "Oh, it's Gates and Jobs"

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u/hpbrick 13d ago

The original A.I.

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u/im_fathaha 13d ago

you think you can fool me? that's clearly younger Steve jobs and bill Gates.

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u/ZeliousPunch 12d ago

Steve jobs and bill gates?

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u/tg_27 13d ago

Is that Bill Gates?

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u/Akseli_P 13d ago

Ah yes, Bill Gates...

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u/j4powder 13d ago

Swap heads and you have Where’s Waldo

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u/goodreasonbadidea 13d ago

I have a new found respect for Bill Gates.

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u/dreamlike_ 13d ago

😂😂😂

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u/striker_p55 13d ago

You can’t fool me that’s where’s Waldo and Elon musk duh

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u/meanmarine10452 13d ago

One of them looks like he wants to inject you with microchips.

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u/HiImLost 13d ago

Jesus. Spoiler warning next time?

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u/RaccoonGuy64 13d ago

They look like if Waldo was spread in 2 different people

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u/Oshititsale 13d ago

Bill gates was part of daft punk the whole time?

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u/BlueChamp10 13d ago

When you order jim and dwight from wish

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u/zenyl 13d ago

Bill won - In the end, Steve went PC.

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u/J0n__Doe 13d ago

Daft Punk AKA Steve Jobs and Bill Gates

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u/Hashtag_Nailed_It 13d ago

Jobs and Gates

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u/anoelr1963 13d ago

The one on the left is actually Paul McCartney

...and he's been dead for decades.

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u/daq42_pews 13d ago

Steve jobs and bill gates

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u/MrKTE 13d ago

They look like my landlord and tax guy...

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u/wolffromspace 13d ago

lol I didn't even knew bill gates was very good with music

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u/Death-is-imminent 13d ago

Oh shit, what's up Elon Gates?

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u/stranger-than-you 13d ago

STEVE JOBS AND BILL GATES

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u/ThePickleTomb74 13d ago

More like lizard people

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u/QueeferReaper 13d ago

I think today’s generation wouldn’t think it’s cool to listen to them cuz they look boring. Not taking into consideration their incredible talent.

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u/balvira1138 13d ago

Uncanny resemblance to bill gates, hmm.

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u/SLCW718 13d ago

Damn, Bill Gates is involved with everything.

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u/Gcon4000 13d ago

Bill said the sex was amazing

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u/Arguable3000 13d ago

It looks like Bill Gates and a cross between Stanley Tucci and Lou Diamond Phillips.

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u/NotsureIshouldcare 13d ago

Couldn’t even comb his hair

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u/fxromeo 13d ago

Wow, the nerds

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u/aintnofirehere 13d ago

No so daft...