*~ RIP AIM, 4ever in our ♥ ~*
It was the summer that gave us Harry Potter, Netflix, and hope about the new Stars Wars film.
"Get off the internet. I need the phone!"
Im Grunde antike Geschichte
Public records released this week showed Mike and Karen Pence used their private AOL accounts to conduct official state business when the vice president was governor of Indiana.
LBH, you only used your pricey TI-83 just to play games.
If you don't know who JTT is, then you shouldn't click on this post!
It was these tiny moments that just brought you so much joy.
Think about it: When was the last time you licked a stamp?
Ask your parents' permission before reading this.
You had mail, but you had to wait ’cause your mom was using the phone.
Y2Kan you believe how old this shit is?
Dreamin' of Pete Wentz <33
These were some of the biggest things two decades ago!
Kids today will never know the struggle of having monthly hour limits on your internet.
Some of the documents released Thursday appeared to be memos prepared for the Senate.
Remember when there was NOTHING worse than getting a "burn error" while making a mix CD?
You can probably still smell those Disney VHS tapes.
Bleeps, bloops, blips. Which is which?
This is not a safe space for 14-year-olds.
This dog really knows how to start the party.
Natural enemies coexisting in harmony.
"Wanna see how big my snake is?"
Can't we all just get along?
Na na na na na na na na super dog!
The age-old question.
This is true bliss.
Ooooooooh so cute!
Quit monkeying around.
Some of them looked mega-sketchy back in the day.
Just surfin' the interwebz!
This kid made what we call a "bad decision."
Fall down, go boom.
"I was trying to get chicks on AOL."
Just do this!
So many critters!
This is truly the definitive way to find out.
Quack quack, my friend.
Some ladies to look up to.
Tim Armstrong stands to receive "Founders' Incentive Reward" for orchestrating the Verizon deal. He also gets access to the Verizon corporate jet.
This pup gets the old noggin' freeze.
The former Google executive has spent more than $20 million of his own money buying AOL shares. That is looking like a smart move as Verizon pays $4.4 billion to buy the company.
The all-cash deal would end AOL's short second life as an independent company.
Man bun FTW!