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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    1960 isn't really a part of the 60s as we remember it, it was pretty square and 50s-esque. The "real" 60s culture didn't start until like '64, just sayin'.
    And the most popular images of the 60's usually focus more on 1968.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    And the most popular images of the 60's usually focus more on 1968.
    Yes this is true, it always takes a while for us to catch on to trends. Everyone focuses on Woodstock as the golden age of hippies, but really, it was more like the last death rattle.

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    Hmm, if I'm going to take this thread seriously, I'll +1 the sentiment of Annwn's post. I'm much more interested in the future.

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    I will confess to liking me my hippies, but the futuristic ones are even better - I promise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annwn View Post
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    I will confess to liking me my hippies, but the futuristic ones are even better - I promise.
    Tech nerd hippies will inherent the earth, basically. Come 2050. New humble ruling class.

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    I love hippies. I tried to dress like it in high school. And college. Until I realized I needed a job...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    I'm more interested in the 1560s...
    The court of Elizabeth I was fashion conscious and socially free as well. One just had to be a little bit more stealthy about it. Plus you had to hate Catholics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adasta View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    1960 isn't really a part of the 60s as we remember it, it was pretty square and 50s-esque. The "real" 60s culture didn't start until like '64, just sayin'.
    Actually the mod subculture (which I love more about the 60's than hippies) began in England in the late 50's. I love love love all things mod. I feel that in the United States Andy Warhol and the Factory and Edie Sedgwick also seemed to fit a bit more with the mod subculture than with hippies. I don't necessarily consider the hippies the "real" 60's culture, myself, just ONE of the elements of the 60's. Everything wasn't square in the 50's, either. The beatniks are also from the 50's.

    Maybe I'm the only person that does kind of like that "square-ish" 50's, early 60's vibe...it's part of the reason why I like David Lynch films and shows like Mad Men.

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    The hippies were the major American offshoot of the 60s "feeling", I think. "The 60s", as a concept, was largely British in nature but was obviously incorporated and changed when it reached America. The pertinence of the Vietnam War obviously gave a very US-gloss to proceedings Stateside. I think that's why there may be a tendency to consider the early 60s as a bit of a write-off in America; Americans probably identity more with the end and with Woodstock, etc.
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