Tag Archives: Eerie

Before Video Cassettes

A lot of members of the generation that begat the baby boomers were sold on movie cameras in order to capture those babies’ first steps or opening presents Christmas morning or the vacation to the beach. And if Mom and … Continue reading

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Temporary Tattoos

Back when only bikers, sailors and circus freaks had tattoos, kids could exhibit their countercultural zeal and longing to be different like everyone else by donning a tee-shirt emblazoned with a garishly colored, usually rudely humorous decal. Along the boardwalks … Continue reading

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