Ludwig Kietzmann: Egads, I was in 7th grade back then! I still am, but at this rate, I'm pretty sure I'll be out before Duke Nukem Forever.
Justin McElroy: I was enjoying a malt at The Maxx, trying to convince Screech that he deserved to be valedictorian, despite how badly Jesse wanted the honor. Also: The Macarena.
Ross Miller: I was 11 and in 5th grade. I was probably running around on the playground and learning how to swear. Maybe I was playing Commander Keen.
Tony Carnevale: Ten years ago, I was attending college in a desert in Arizona, for reasons I still haven't figured out. I played a lot of Moria and Angband in those days. I'm actually very similar to Duke Nukem Forever, because everybody keeps expecting that someday, both of us will "come out."
Andrew Yoon: I was in 6th grade and I was most certainly watching Power Rangers -- as my friends were making fun of me for still watching Power Rangers.
Kevin Kelly: "I was graduating college and hitting the road from Austin, Texas to Los Angeles, California. Whee-ha!"
Alexander Sliwinski: I would have said playing Starcraft, but that wouldn't be out for another year.
Zack Stern: "I was preparing to spend the summer canoeing in the Arctic, where my group of paddlers would play card games instead of consoles."
James Ransom-Wiley: Getting stoned on my friend's roof, while listening to embarrassingly cliched songs about getting stoned.
Christopher Grant: I was undoubtedly playing Duke Nukem 3D over a 33.6 kbps modem on my 90Mhz Pentium all while wearing Reebok pumps, drinking a Crystal Pepsi, and fiddling with a snap bracelet.