Boakaur, my neighbor

I had a dream last night that I was watching a video from 1989, where a man with a microphone asked a man with a semi-mullet, glasses and mustache who was sitting in a studio audience what the "Internet meant to him." The man replied after a brief pause, "Boakaur, my neighbor," in a soft-spoken/dad-trying-to-be-funny manner. The studio audience roars in laughter.

 

Now, there are a couple of things going on here. First, he uses the word "Boakaur," because it sounds like a gibberish/space alien/"I don't understand technology" response. Second is "My neighbor," which refers to the little he does know about this mostly unknown quantity, that one can perhaps talk to their neighbor by using a computer.

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