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4660ArticleNLogan@sturm you and me both buddy. If you ever find any pictures I definitely want to see them. @the post Halloween blues have settled in here. But I am staving them off by making a Beast costume for the Beauty and the Beast play at my sons' school. That and eating their candy.NLogan's Retro Halloween AnticipationNov 05, 2018View
4659ArticleHoju KoolanderI was always a sucker for the Spider-Man balloon, but that Masters of the Universe float is Pinnacle of of the art form I you ask me.TDitH's Favorite Macy's Thanksgiving Parade FloatsNov 04, 2018View
4658ArticleHoju KoolanderI was saving this to get me over the post Halloween blues and it did the trick...or treat. We had that Peck Skull from 1982 growing up! I love tale of your Dad teaching you how to fake people out and scare them. I used to do the same thing when I was character at Disneyland, I called it "Playing Statue". Here's to more years of fun trick or treating with your niece.NLogan's Retro Halloween AnticipationNov 04, 2018View
4657ArticleretroboyI miss the 90'sRetroJunk Classic: The 90s Holiday Trilogy: ThanksgivingNov 03, 2018View
4656ArticlepikachuloverI remember in Reading Rainbow there is an episode where LeVar goes inside the Tom Turkey float. TDitH's Favorite Macy's Thanksgiving Parade FloatsNov 02, 2018View
4655ArticleDirtyD79People can make all the noise they want about Amazon but if you really want to see what's killing malls, pay attention the next time you're out driving around. Take a look at how many shopping centers, unattached stores, and strip malls you see. I know going to this one mall near me depending on the route I take I could pass either two or four different shopping centers and several unattached stores on the way there. It kind of defeats the purpose of having a mall. Mall MemoriesNov 02, 2018View
4654Articlesturm316I remember you posting a similar article on Retrojunk years ago. I also grew up in the Salt Lake area (Murray) and have many similar memories, including the March of Dimes Haunted House on State Street in the old Murray Laundry. I've long been looking for someone who has pictures of it, both with the monsters painted on the front and the later skull entry version.NLogan's Retro Halloween AnticipationNov 01, 2018View
4653ArticleVaporman87I love the really elaborate floats, especially if they are themed around a classic live action or animated show. I recall a Masters of the Universe float (from '85 I think) that blew me away: <img src="/images/postImages/1541094354Masters Float 3.jpg" width="424" height="322"><br> <img src="/images/postImages/1541094376Masters Float 1.jpg" width="423" height="318"><br> <img src="/images/postImages/1541094406Masters Float 2.jpg" width="423" height="317"><br> <img src="/images/postImages/1541094433Masters Float 4.jpg" width="423" height="317"><br> <img src="/images/postImages/1541094459Masters Float 5.jpg" width="423" height="318"><br> <img src="/images/postImages/1541094483Masters Float 6.jpg" width="422" height="315">TDitH's Favorite Macy's Thanksgiving Parade FloatsNov 01, 2018View
4652ArticleVaporman87Ahhh... This really does a great job of setting the mood for the month. Thanks for bringing this classic back from the RJ graveyard and giving it new life here.RetroJunk Classic: The 90s Holiday Trilogy: ThanksgivingNov 01, 2018View
4651Articlejkatz"In summation, decades treat everyone differently, and in my opinion, no one should catch heat for speaking positively about whichever era they like." That's a good way of putting it, Caps.The 2000s decade wasn't that badOct 31, 2018View