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4481ArticleSupermanCount me as another who would probably dig the 50's Prime Time CafĂ©. It sounds like something right up my alley. Jun 20, 2018View
4482ArticleSupermanYou're like me in that neither of us ever had a Disney vacation growing up, but it sounds like you, again like me, had a lot of fun anyways with the things you did get to do. This was an enjoyable read.Theme Parks: Adventures in New EnglandJun 20, 2018View
4483ArticleSuperman@Vaporman - Yes, these trips were very special. I had a lot of fun reminiscing about them while writing this article. @NLogan - Riding an elephant was a lot of fun. I totally consider myself fortunate to have experienced it. @pikachulover - It's so cool that you also had the opportunity to ride an elephant. I remember thinking it was so much higher from the ground compared to a horse, too. @Hoju - Yes, these trips really were something special. I totally recommend Wisconsin Dells. I hear that Wax World of the Stars and the American UFO Sci-Fi Museum are no longer around, but I believe the other things I wrote about are still around. Plus, I'm sure there are newer attractions that weren't there during my visit and things that were around when I went there that I just didn't get to see.My Childhood Family VacationsJun 20, 2018View
4502ArticleSuperman@Lazlo Those sound like some fun vacations.My Childhood Family VacationsJul 29, 2018View
4553ArticleSupermanThis article reminds me so much of the fun my cousin and I used to have when he used to come over on the weekend or (even better) the times he spent the whole summer over at my house. They were fun times I'd love to relive. I'm glad the two of you managed to enjoy reliving a bit of your childhoods for a night.Rad Retro Weekend Part 1Sep 16, 2018View
4552ArticleSupermanI think I saw some of that kryptonite for sale when I visited the Superman Celebration in Metropolis, IL several years ago. If not this specific version, it was definitely similar in that it was just some regular rocks painted green. I considered buying it for a souvenir but rethought it since they were, after all, just painted green rocks. The paint was even coming off already.Super Hero Toy Catalog 1978Sep 16, 2018View
4558ArticleSupermanIt's so cool that a place like this still exists.Rad Retro Weekend Part 3: Video Store VictorySep 17, 2018View
4557ArticleSupermanLooks like you guys stumbled across some great finds. I especially love that TMNT lunchbox.Rad Retro Weekend Part 2: Antique Store FindsSep 17, 2018View
4562ArticleSupermanBeing a kid of the '90s, I missed out on a lot of the most popular dogs of the '80s, but the fictional dog from pop culture who most appealed to me during childhood was probably Scooby-Doo.10 Pop Culture Dogs of the 80sSep 18, 2018View
4563ArticleSupermanI had many coloring books as a kid, but the two that stick out the most in my mind are a Scooby-Doo one and a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers one.80s Coloring BooksSep 18, 2018View