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This scence was mental fuel for some of my earliest fapping sessions tard





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This game can seriously help build better spatial recognition in kids. Used to play it with friends, who all played tennis. The better you where in this game, the better ball control ("feeling") you had. And playing it a lot seemed to improve your coordination.

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(09-09-2019 03:54 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  This scence was mental fuel for some of my earliest fapping sessions tard





Me too! I almost broke the VCR pausing the tape so much just to get that perfect shot of those awesome Eleniak titties!

I got such an incredible 80's vibe just this very morning; I was stopped at some lights and right in front of me a bus drove slowly past with a giant poster down the side saying; 'STALLONE .... RAMBO: LAST BLOOD' with Sly himself standing there!

I'm old enough to remember seeing posters just like that for all of his films. For one glorious moment I was transported back to that amazing decade, where there was no such thing as transgenders and actors were admired for trying to out-do each other for on-screen kills.

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Sad to see your childhood heros get older! Old Angus is aging quite well though, but still...

Hard to imagine a world without Arnold and Sly in it also. I seriously hope that day never comes, but with Franco Colombo gone, you start to wonder about how long Arnold and those guys will `stick around` (remember that line? Smile)


   

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She was a lovely woman in her prime... the man in the video is her husband an they are still married today



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Still one of my favorites.



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This song was written specifically for a Canadian hero - Rick Hansen, who spent two years wheeling his way around the world in his chair raising millions for Spinal cord research. When he came home in 1986 and began the final part of his journey across Canada, you couldn't go an hour in a day without hearing this song.
There are clues in the song - all I need is this pair of wheels; - you broke the boy in me but you won't break the man (he severed his spine as a teenager when he was thrown from the back of a truck). He is probably the most respected living Canadian - a decent and honorable man and this song speaks to the courage that his journey took.
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(10-10-2019 10:42 PM)Cr33pin Wrote:  She was a lovely woman in her prime... the man in the video is her husband an they are still married today



I think this was her biggest hit:



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Miami Vice.... Veins... as in inject it into my...



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(Yesterday 02:42 AM)marcusdivincenzo Wrote:  Miami Vice.... Veins... as in inject it into my...




Miami Vice had some amazing music. I used to listen to Crockett's Theme while sitting on the beach in Miami/Fort Lauderdale. Sad to say Miami and South Florida's best years are long gone. Wish I could have experienced it or the 80s in general.



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From the comments:
This song was written specifically for a Canadian hero - Rick Hansen, who spent two years wheeling his way around the world in his chair raising millions for Spinal cord research. When he came home in 1986 and began the final part of his journey across Canada, you couldn't go an hour in a day without hearing this song.
There are clues in the song - all I need is this pair of wheels; - you broke the boy in me but you won't break the man (he severed his spine as a teenager when he was thrown from the back of a truck). He is probably the most respected living Canadian - a decent and honorable man and this song speaks to the courage that his journey took.
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Reminds me of a fond memory of my childhood.

We had an assortment of farm dogs, some brighter than others. My favorite of the current lot was a mangy, lovable spaniel who usually stayed pretty close to home. So I was a bit sad that he had been gone for a couple days now.

Rick Hansen had been on the radio and was wheeling his way through our little farm town and was going to make a stop. So as most small town folk are wont to do, they all went out to see him, wish him well and give some small donations. As Rick is up there with some of the local well doers accepting our good will, I see my mangy mutt sitting next to Rick. Tongue out, smile on his natty dog face. Rick would wheel over, dog would move with him and sit next to him. As he wheeled off the little town square, sure enough my dog trotted right next to him. My mom and aunt were howling with laughter at the self importance of my dog.

As Rick was shaking hands and smiling at words of encouragement, I finally got my dogs attention. He ran over to me and was all his usual lovable self. Rick laughed and just said "This little guy must be yours. He showed up yesterday and has been doing his best not to leave my side since!"

He had trotted along next to Rick and his entourage and had become a bit of a mascot to them over the last day.
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A glimpse of old America, from the 1984 Rep. convention.



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