1980s Toy Baseball T-Shirts
The eigthies! What a time! Nobody cared about social networks or mobile phones! In the eighties, children were children. We enjoyed the best cartoons and shows ever: Masters of the Universe, Transformers... We played in real parks, and enjoyed the first really awesome videogames... and there were no saving points every three steps, fellas! The eighties, the last great decade!
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Relive the glory days of the real king of Akron Ohio...Rolling Acres Mall. Rolling Acres mall opened in Akron, Ohio with Sears and 21 stores on August 6, 1975. JCPenney opened a year later as a second anchor. A new wing was added in 1977, including a third anchor store, Montgomery Ward. Further expansion in 1978 added a new two-story wing called the Promenade, which included a food court called “Prom-N-Eat” (later renamed “Picnic Place”) and local chain O’Neil’s as a fourth anchor. The mall was foreclosed in June 2016. As of October 2016, demolition of the mall had begun with full demolition on the property expected to be complete by October 2017.
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Herman's Toy, aka, the Munster Koach, is the family car that was used in the television series, The Munsters. The Munster Koach was designed and built by George Barris and appeared in over twenty episodes throughout The Munster's two-year run.
Tags: vintage, the-munsters, munsters, frankenstein, dracula
ColcoVision vintage video-game console design. The ColecoVision is Coleco Industries' second-generation home video-game console which was released in August 1982. The ColecoVision offered a closer experience to more powerful arcade game systems compared to competitors such as the Atari 2600, along with the means to expand the system's basic hardware.
Tags: video-game, vintage, joodls, 1980s, cool