In the last 20 years our culture has been completely transformed with the help of technology. Today computers are an integral part of our daily lives. We do everything from banking to surfing for dwarf lesbian porn on our laptops, smartphones, and tablets. But it wasn't always so. It used to be that you had to go into a financial establishment to cash a check or go to a seedy fap emporium by the airport for your smut fix. Computers have been evolving from giant mainframes into something that can fit in your pocket since the 40's, but that doesn't explain the immediacy of their use. We've been conducting exhaustive sociological, economic, and psychological research at the Egotastic! offices and we've come to the conclusion that we have the 1985 John Hughes film Weird Science to thank for the modern world.
Weird Science is about a couple of nerds named Gary and Wyatt that create "the perfect woman" using their computer. This leads to them getting popular, confident, and - most importantly - laid. This film more than any other single factor inspired millions of horny young dorks to go into computing. Back in 1985, the home computing revolution was just getting under way. Most people didn't understand why they would even want to own a computer. Then John Hughes showed the world that technology could get you some booty. That she looked like Kelly LeBrock didn't hurt. Most of the people who created the computing and Internet world were either children or in their early 30's during the 1980's. Weird Science created a paradigm shift in the minds of older guys like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Spreadsheet programs and DOS prompts are cute and all but you need user-friendliness in order to make a hot chick. For the children of the 80's, as well as the 90's kids that watched the Weird Science TV show, it fed their dreams of potential supermodel sex and riches. So, thanks John Hughes for giving us modern life.