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Jan
29th
2019

Words · 11:10pm Jan 29th, 2019

Your vision is not limited by what your eye can see, but by what your mind can imagine…
Make your life count - and the world will be a better place because you tried.

Ellison S. Onizuka
June 24, 1946 - January 28, 1986

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Feb
21st
2016

Happy Anniversary Legend of Zelda! (Japan only) · 11:27pm Feb 21st, 2016

Today's date (2-21-2016) 30 years ago in Japan (2-21-1986) The Legend of Zelda was released on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Happy 30th anniversary LoZ!!:rainbowkiss::pinkiehappy:

Mar
27th
2018

DESTINY... YOU CANNOT.... DESTROY... MY..... DESTINYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (BOOOOOOM- KRACKBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMM) · 10:30pm Mar 27th, 2018

ME:(AS UNICRON) DESTINY YOU CANNOT DESTROY.......................MY.............................DESTINYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(BOOOOOOM- KRACKBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMM)

Dec
7th
2016

STOCKHOLM BONUS! (Warner Home Video promo, circa. 1986) · 5:03pm Dec 7th, 2016

A trailer reel advertising many releases from Warner Home Video; the song (a high quality version of which can be heard here) is about a couple snuggling up to watch a film from Warner Home Video (i.e. the kind of song "Weird Al"/Cheese Sandwich wouldn't mind recording). Also . . . typical '80s tune!

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Oct
9th
2019

Return of Valhalla · 10:18am Oct 9th, 2019

Okay, I need to ramble a bit. Yesterday I was all nostalgic about Peter Madsen's works - more specifically his Danish comic series “Valhalla” that I grew up on. My Dad always been an enthusiast about our heritage as Danes, in particular the old stories and Myths about the old Nordic gods. And one faved medium to teach us these stories were through those comics, as the cartoonist behind them told the stories quite well, even with his own spin on them.

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Jul
8th
2016

VHS Opening/Closing: MLP - Escape from Catrina (Children's Video Library, 1986) · 4:33pm Jul 8th, 2016

Opening and closing of the 1986 VHS of the second made-for-TV special based on the franchise FIMFiction is proud to call home. The tape opens with the warning screen used by Vestron Video during this timeframe and is then followed by the logo used by the Children's Video Library (which was a subsidiary of Vestron). The closing of this tape has a repeat of this logo, followed by a prompt asking them to write to their address

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