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1993

’93… summer… Lollapalooza. still have that shirt In the 90’s Lollapalooza was a pretty big deal. It was a traveling fest, and 1993 was perhaps the year it really hit its stride. It was the first year I went anyway … Continue reading

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1984

As an 8-9 year old boy, my main interests were Showbiz Pizza on special occasions,┬áthe Transformers cartoon series (after school!) and MTV in 1984. It’s common knowledge that many 30-something dudes are walking around now, still amazed at how awesome … Continue reading

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1981

It cannot be overstated how much the space shuttle was a part of the 80’s. This is when I started up with grade school, and I remember having some pretty cool space shuttle swag. Stickers, t-shirts, and books were all … Continue reading

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