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 on: Today at 03:36:21 AM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by Trevor
Another toy I have from my youth - when was that exactly?  Wink - which I still have is a Kermit hand puppet. If you're one of my FB friends, I have the puppet on my hand in my profile pic.  Smile

 on: Today at 03:02:17 AM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by retrorussell
RC-- the game you're thinking of is TROUBLE (1965).  I was fascinated by that "pop-o-matic" bubble.

I had these board games:
GAMBLER (1975), in which you--well--gamble.

BONKERS (1978). 
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THE MAD MAGAZINE GAME (1979).  The object was to LOSE all your money!

Way the eff cool game!  Use an electronic scanner to give you clues to a thief's whereabouts and try to reach him on a game board and make an arrest.

And I had this weird game, COMPUTER PERFECTION (1979).  It had NOTHING to do with Perfection and it was more like a multiple-games-in-one type of toy.
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 on: Today at 02:23:09 AM 
Started by zombie #1 - Last post by Trevor
A View to A Kill is IMO a bad Bond film which features a heroine who is almost helpless and just seems to scream all the time.

 on: Today at 02:16:14 AM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by Trevor
I still have my first toy: a rather grubby and elderly Teddy bear who's been with me since the first day and the first book I ever bought as a kid:

That book is about three post WW2 kids who get involved with silver thieves in rural England: its' falling apart but I still have it.  Smile

 on: Today at 02:12:20 AM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by Trevor
My sister had a MR.Microphone-she usta screech Shaun Cassidy songs at the top of her lungs. UGH! That was about 1978.

"Hey,good looking! We'll be back to pick you up later!"
Good-that will give me time to go get MY GUN.

 Buggedout BuggedoutBounceGiggle BounceGiggle BounceGiggle

I had - and still have - the same Denis Gifford book, RC: cost my folks 25 Zimbabwean dollars, a whole $2.50.  TeddyR

 on: Today at 01:37:52 AM 
Started by RCMerchant - Last post by Trevor
You've posted in here you expect to be celibate for the foreseeable future, and if that's your choice there's nothing wrong with that at all, but, Trevor, you seem like such a nice man with a lot to offer another person that I can't understand why it is you're lonely, if you don't want to be.

First of all, hugs to you.  Smile

I've been badly knocked around in my life - abuse, abandonment - and as a result of that and other things, I have major trust issues. My last relationship ended in 2004 - it ended very badly - so I have been celibate by choice since then up until now and I have not let anyone get close to me again, for fear of being hurt. I have special peeps in my life both here and in my day to day life so I get by with those but yes, I am lonely and am afraid of getting hurt again.

Someone would be lucky to love you, and I am sure there are those out there who would appreciate you for what you are, which is the sweet individual everyone here knows you to be. I hope you know that about yourself, and I hope you're not lonely this Christmas, or anytime.

Aww...hugs: I will be seeing my special niece and nephew this Christmas so that should blow the lonely cloud away for a while. Smile

 on: Today at 12:47:33 AM 
Started by clockworkcanary - Last post by AoTFan
Yes, regarding the wife: we got together because of our love of crappy movies, so bad movies can lead to good things, haha!

Yeah, I'm sure that'll happen to me someday too!  AHAHAHHAHAHA ah, aha... oh, god... (starts to cry).

So, uh, where/how did you guys meet?

Yeah that was a cool discussion I had with Matt (Samurai Cop); he even sent us an audio recording response, which was cool as hell. Funny how we get more/as much response from people in the actual movies we've reviewed; we also had a response from someone on the set of Night of the Comet, which blew our minds. I was just glad no one took our goofy review/recaps too seriously; seems a lot of folks involved with these sure have a good sense of humor. Of course, if we heard from the director of Troll 2, I doubt it would follow suit, hehe.

Thanks again for your input/response/cudos!

Any chance you'll post that audio response?  That might be cool to listen to.  (I'd get his permission first though..)

BTW has anyone else told you that one of you guys (sorry, still haven't gotten all the names/voices down part yet) sounds a bit like Dennis Miller?  Which is pretty cool, I think...

 on: Today at 12:41:51 AM 
Started by Ash - Last post by RCMerchant
I've never eaten lobster.
I've never owned a cell phone.
I never went swimming. Oh,sure-Iv'e gotten in lakes and pools-but I can't swim.
I've never been to a wedding,or a wedding reception.
I've never been to a funeral-lotsa wakes-no funerals.
I've never been to a dentist.

 on: Today at 12:23:03 AM 
Started by retrorussell - Last post by RCMerchant
My sister had a MR.Microphone-she usta screech Shaun Cassidy songs at the top of her lungs. UGH! That was about 1978.

"Hey,good looking! We'll be back to pick you up later!"
Good-that will give me time to go get MY GUN.

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I usta have this game-I got this for X-mas about the time I got the Monster book-about 1970-

I don't recall how to play it-I do remember that I used the glow-in-the-dark set of fangs that came with it,though.
I didn't like most board games-except,Battleship,Stratego,and Monopoly. Checkers and chess too. I DID have a lot of games,though-I just didn't play them too much.Life,Pay Day,the thing with the marbles-I forget what it was called-there was a bubble in the middle-and you pressed it down and it popped and rolled the dice.I dunno. Maybe It didn't have marbles.

I had lotsa Marbles! I had boulders and peries and cat-eyes and steelies...! We had fun at the playground at school-we played marbles for keepsies! Can you imagine kids nowadays-with all there electronic s**t-playing with marbles?

 on: Today at 12:17:23 AM 
Started by Doggett - Last post by AoTFan

This is Codpiece, and yes, it's a real picture of an actual villain from the DC Universe.  He appeared in only one issue of Doom Patrol trying to rob a bank or something.  Dunno why he didn't catch on as a regular. 

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