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46VideoVaporman87This had to be the longest intro for a television series of ANY kind. At least it was different and interesting... the first 5 or so times you watched it. Pee-Wee's Playhouse IntroDec 12, 2012View
45ArticleVaporman87"This is my favorite autobot..." That's awesome. lol I feel like, while still the nerd, I must have grown up being the anti-shakin steak nerd. I had my paws into everything that had to do with cultural phenomenons of the day. I have the awful pictures to prove it.I totally missed out!Dec 12, 2012View
43ArticleBenjanimeit's almost the same for me here. i truly miss the days when games were just about the adventure and not how much memory you needed for a console or any of these flimsy system updates. i have taken interest in the 3DS though, as it just might be the last game console that i ever get, unless the wii u begins to have a huge library of underrated titlesThousand Arms (1999) ReviewDec 11, 2012View
42VideoVaporman87What kind of programming was usually aired during this slot?TNTs 100 Percent Weird Dec 11, 2012View
41VideoVaporman87My question was always... Is this guy made of cheese? If so, what kind? Hunka Cheese PSADec 11, 2012View
40VideoMr MagicI don't know. It seems possible to me. Kentucky Fried Chicken - 1971Dec 11, 2012View
39ArticleVaporman87Few games capture my undivided attention to the point of spending hours on them anymore. However, the Mass Effect trilogy was an exception.Thousand Arms (1999) ReviewDec 11, 2012View
38VideoVaporman87400 locations... in Canada... in 1971? That just seems impossible. Kentucky Fried Chicken - 1971Dec 11, 2012View
37VideoVaporman87I remember this one vividly, right down to Scrooge's demeanor and voice inflection. A classic Holiday ad.Honey Nut Cheerios commercial with Ebenezer ScroogeDec 11, 2012View
36VideoVaporman87I can't say I do. Though I do recall seeing a couple other Arbor Day ads in the same vein.Trees are TerrificDec 11, 2012View