This is for all you people out there who still love pre-21st century technology. I was surprised when I searched DA and couldn't find a stamp like this. There is support for old video game systems, why not old home entertainment.
I'll explain it for those here who are too young to remember (or just choose to pretend to to remember so they can seem "cool"... I won't get into that): VHS tapes were how people my age and older watched movies and old TV shows at home before DVD came along. It was our only option, really. And we could record stuff off TV with them too.
Don't get me wrong; I love DVD. I love the improved picture quality, the ability to jump to a scene, and all the neat extras... but I'm also a sucker for nostalgia. And for me, VHS is nostalgia. And there still are a few advantages that VHS has. Namely: There are a lot of things still not on DVD. Mostly because there are new rights issues or something that was not considered controversial back then in controversial now. Muppet Babies still isn't on DVD, for example. I think it's because now they don't have the rights to many of those clips from other movies they used to be released on DVD. It's complicated, I know.
Also (and this is my real nerdy side talking) really old home video releases have cool company logos.
I'm not going to give up my VHS collection. I'll only replace stuff with a DVD version if the DVD is really worth it. Some DVDs don't have any extras (and in some cases, not even improved picture quality). They're basically just a VHS tape on a disc. Why bother with those?
Yeah, anyway, no flames, please. DVDs are awesome too, but this stamp is just showing support for the past. After all, something had to come before DVD.
I will say one more thing: There is no way in hell anyone will make me replace my DVD collection with blu-ray. Seriously, I just bought this stuff, and now Sony is telling me to change already? Fuck. That. (And I know there are many others who feel the same)