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These 19 Photos Aged So Horribly That Anyone Looking At Them In 2022 Will Be Shocked

My jaw dropped several times while reading this.

Disclaimer: The following post contains discussions of sexual assault and gun violence.

1. Google called itself a "pure search engine" in 1999. Today, it is filled with ads, news, links to sponsors, and more:

2. This Reddit user outed themselves for praising Shane Dawson in 2009. In 2020, Shane was called out for posting a myriad of racist videos to their account in the 2010s:

3. NASA claimed they were "ready" to launch Artemis I — their Space Launch System rocket that's supposed to orbit the moon for six weeks — on August 29. It's now been delayed by more than a month due to technical issues:

4. Following the recent allegations that Nickelodeon show creator Dan Schneider was abusive toward cast and crew members on set, the classic foot symbol feels just plain creepy. Women who were teen actors on his shows claimed they were pressured into unnecessarily sexualized scenes, verbally harassed, and touched inappropriately by the producer:

5. Although Schneider claims the onslaught of teenage feet in his shows was "totally innocent" comedy, a lot of viewers (myself included) beg to differ:

6. Batgirl was praised for casting the first trans actor in a DC Comics feature film. But according to Esquire, it was scrapped in August due to a "fresh direction and financial shakeup from new leadership" at Warner Bros:

7. Here's a post from the star, Leslie Grace, talking about how excited she was for people to see the project mere months before it was cancelled:

8. A decade ago, Elon Musk claimed he'd put a man on Mars. We're still waiting:

9. The National Enquirer and other tabloids continuously smeared Princess Diana until her untimely death in 1997. In fact, the National Enquirer had to apologize for a headline that read "DI GOES SEX MAD" in a paper that was on stands after she died:

10. In 1991, Pee-wee Herman was arrested for masturbating in an adult movie theater. Here he is, for whatever reason, posing with a hotdog in a movie theater:

11. This quote from the US Office of Patents in 1899 feels VERY presumptuous:

12. In 2018, Sarah Palin tweeted, "I can see 2022 from my house" — both making fun of herself for her infamous Russia comment, and confidently assuming she would win the 2022 US House special election in Alaska. She lost to Democrat Mary Peltola this month:

13. This Marvel comic feels extremely inappropriate these days, considering the fact that there have been 29 school shootings this year alone:

14. A few years back, GQ praised Ezra Miller — calling them the "Hollywood Star of the Future." But in recent months, the actor has been under fire for allegedly forming a sex cult, grooming and brainwashing a teenager, and harassing a 12-year-old:

15. In 2017, Mia Khalifa sang Deshaun Watson's praises when he was drafted to the Houston Texans. This year, he was suspended from 11 games and fined $5 million after 24 women filed lawsuits against him for sexual misconduct:

16. Whoever wrote this in the 2010s is probably punching themselves now, considering the fact that a decade later, the iPhone is the most popular smartphone in the world:

17. Same with this person who bet their left nut on Apple never incorporating USB-C in the iPhone:

18. In 1971, sugar was advertised as a diet aid. In 2022, it's known to be one of the greatest threats to cardiovascular disease:

19. And finally, as someone who's currently living in California (where temperatures are getting up to 115° this week), I can confidently say this man's "opinion" is trash:

H/T: r/agedlikemilk