Time for the second installment of Scott's Embarassing Photos. You see, for those of us that grew up before the Internet, social media and -- esepcially -- digital cameras, we were mostly free to look and act like a complete and utter tool, safe in the knowledge that people would soon forget whatever compromising/buffonish/stupid thing we did or said. We could get away with shit.
You kids today? You're screwed. Sure, you're having fun with those keg stands (video of which were caught on an iPhone and immediately posted to Facebook, tagged with your name) and then it seemed like a good idea to go streaking (snapshots courtesy of someone's Android, instantly uploaded to Flickr), and then you used your webcam to record a heartfelt drunken admission of love to your ex-girlfriend (who tweeted a link it to all your friends, who happliy retweeted and posted to their blogs). Your bad choices are immortalized, and will be seen by the companies that are considering hiring you in a few years.
The bad choices of my generation? Mostly captured in class pictures, like this one from my sophomore year. Yes, those are tinted nerd glasses and a flipped-up collar. Dig that fro, bitches!