Besides some innocent-enough fumbling over which end of the VHS goes in the machine first and figuring out which buttons do what, there were a few moments that underscored how truly archaic the VCR is in the age of Netflix. Two of the boys mistook the stack of movie tapes for books, and one girl speculated that VCRs first came out in the 1800s. One kid kind of recognized the machine in front of him, but insisted it was an "HRV."
Presented with the notion that VCRs were actually the future of TV, the kids weren't too thrilled. "I would hate it," one said. "I would probably die," another insisted. And honestly, can you blame them?
h/t The Next Web
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