In the year 2000

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27 Responses to “In the year 2000”

  1. tyger11 says:

    Wow – I can’t wait for the year 2000!

  2. Kevyn Jacobs says:

    That baby is going to fall out the window! (Upper right)

  3. Knarf Black says:

    Those were the days.

  4. Michael Polo says:

    Now I’m curious what there is to be had at the “Svper Rob” store(maybe super robots?). (note the use of v instead of u, which links up with the classical way the faces are illustrated)

  5. Similar to the life lived by humans in WALL-E but more slender.

  6. tyger11 says:

    I think the color sense of people in the year 2000 is pretty awful. Go see Cloud Atlas for a great look at 2177 Neo Seoul; it’s pretty great.

  7. Neil Shurley says:

    And people wonder why we were so angry when the year 2000 arrived and it didn’t look all that different from the seventies, architecture-wise. #sigh 

  8. Marc says:

    Why does a monorail with windshields and windows have to be further contained in a pneumatic-esque tube? Is it pneumatic-turbine powered or some other pseudo technology?

  9. TheKaz1969 says:

    Isn’t this just the intro to Futurama?

  10. Stefan Jones says:

    Wow. The Year 2000 looks really, really ugly.

    There, I said it.

  11. Halloween_Jack says:

    There’s something very Hieronymus Bosch-esque about this picture; some of it may be due to the presence of that disturbing yellow potato-shaped thing on the left side of the picture; it reminds me of a certain urban legend photograph allegedly showing a parasitic infection of the breast that I won’t link to. 

  12. IronEdithKidd says:

    Dang.  I was hoping for an old Conan vid.  Guess that’s what I get for jumping from RSS.

  13. Yep says:

    Hmm. Yeah that’s the Ted Stevens future. A series of tubes.

  14. p96 says:

    Screw the flying cars, why can’t I get decent speed “broadband” network service to my house inside city limits?

  15. Jim Casey says:

    Surreal, innit? Almost exactly what the year 2000 was like.

  16. Nash Rambler says:

    So, basically, we should take any predictions of the future and run them through the “suck” filter for a more accurate analysis.

  17. Culturedropout says:

    Wow.  Sort of looks like the bastard child of Fisher-Price and Habitrail…

  18. sburns54 says:

    Ah, 2000! I remember those days! I LOVED my hover-recliner. 

  19. B E Pratt says:

     And note that smoking is still considered ‘cool’ in 2000!

  20. The Grim Snark says:

    OK, Where is my floating bubble chair? I was promised a floating bubble chair!

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