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The general synopsis goes something like this: a young girl named Wisp is brought to a gray, desolate land with the mission to bring color to this fictional world by locating the Sphere of Light. Along the way, she befriends a furry creature named Twink and a magnificent horse named Starlite and finds a mysterious baby who turns out to be the key to her mission. With the help of her new friends, Wisp locates the legendary Color Belt and rescues the Color Kids, who had been trapped by the King of Shadows. Using the Color Belt, Wisp and the Sphere of Light defeat the King of Shadows, liberate the sprites and bring color and beauty to the land, henceforth called Rainbow Land. Wisp is renamed Rainbow Brite in honor of her new role as leader.
Tags: starlite, lgbtq, pride, twink, retro
White Motor Company was an American truck manufacturer based in Cleveland, Ohio, in existence from 1900 to 1980. The company started out manufacturing everything from bicycles to sewing machines, but after WWI, began focusing on trucks, selling off, or simply eliminating unrelated legacy lines. Not long after changing focus, the company was soon responsible for selling 10 percent of all trucks made in the U.S. Although White produced all sizes of trucks from light delivery to heavy semis, the decision was made after WWII to produce only heavy truck lines. White acquired several other truck manufacturing companies to grow the company post-Vietnam, but a series of unfavorable acquisitions and mergers left the company insolvent by 1980.
Tags: truck-driving-man, 70s, truck-driver, diesel, trucker
One of the ways in which Frankenstein's monster demonstrates his eloquence is by alluding to John Milton’s Paradise Lost, one of the books he reads while living in the peasants’ hovel (described later in the monster’s narrative). The first of these allusions occur in these chapters when the monster tries to convince Victor to listen to his story. He entreats Victor to “remember, that I am thy creature: I ought to be thy Adam, but I am rather the fallen angel.” By comparing Victor to God, the monster heaps responsibility for his evil actions upon Victor, scolding him for his neglectful failure to provide a nourishing environment.
Tags: victorian, halloween, bauhaus, goth, mary-shelley
This is our updated take on the classic Feelin' Fine in '79 design which we think brings a little something extra to the table.
Tags: sexy-lips, retro-vintage-aesthetic, party-like-its-1979, vintage, 1979-birthday
Published by Relim Publishing Company of Chicago, Fling was a men's lifestyle magazine that billed itself as a 'Passport to Pleasure.' With the first issue in 1957, Fling featured articles of interest to men along with pictorials of scantily clad models. Over the years, Fling became increasingly racier and while still very much a men's magazine, the articles had become a lot less tongue in cheek and the pictorials overtly sexual by the mid-'70s.
Tags: redhead, stockings, lingerie, pin-up, fling
Azienda Generale Italiana Petroli (AGIP) was established in Rome in 1926 under the auspices of the Italian government for the purpose of exploring, exploiting, and distributing Italy's underground resources. After the discovery of oil at Cortemaggiore near Piacenza in 1952, the then president of the state-owned company, Enrico Mattei, decided the company needed a logomark. The new logo depicted a stretched-out figure of a six-legged black dog with large red flames issuing forth from its mouth set against a yellow background and would go on to appear on service stations throughout Europe and in countless placements as a sponsor of a wide range of motorsports and events.
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Eat shit and die represents an ill feeling toward another person where simply eating excrement does not do justice to the offense given, nor is dying. Both must be experienced to satisfy the level of vengeance desired by the offended party. The definitive definition after twenty years of hearing it used in context: "I command you to eat shit (which is the most putrid experience one can imagine as a living being) and then die (which many view as the most undesirable state of being). Therefore, eat shit and die is a phrase that must be used completely with the combination of both parts to ensure the totality of the message hits with full force, rendering the recipient stunned and utterly speechless.
Tags: insult, rose, tattoo, broken-heart, traditional-tattoo
The third-generation G-Series vans launched as 1971 model-year vehicles in 1970 and aside from incremental styling and powertrain changes, had a production run of 25 years until it was replaced by the all-new Express models in 1996.
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In the 80s and 90s, there wasn't a better source for metal news than RIP.
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Ironically, it takes more water to produce a plastic bottle than what it will carry – with around 1.47 quarts (1.39 liters) needed to produce a 1.06 quart (one liter) bottle. That’s less than what it takes to produce a bottle of soft drink, but still lots for a product you can get from the tap. Around the world, we spend $100 billion on bottled water every year. At around $1.22, your average bottle is 300 times more expensive than tap water. In 2006, it was estimated 17 million barrels of oil were needed to meet the demand for bottled water in America alone. To imagine the amount of oil used to produce virgin plastic bottles, picture a bottle filled one-quarter of the way with crude oil.
Tags: stop-plastic, plastic-pollution, plastic-ocean, climate-change, tree-hugger
The universe of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is a reflection of the real world with the added existence of supernatural forces and beings. In this setting, some people are capable of transforming their inner spiritual power into a Stand (スタンド, Sutando); another significant form of energy is Hamon (波紋, "Ripple"), a martial arts technique that allows its user to focus bodily energy into sunlight via controlled breathing. The narrative of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is split into parts with independent stories and different characters. Each of the series' protagonists is a member of the Joestar family, whose mainline descendants possess a star-shaped birthmark above their left shoulder blade and a name that can be abbreviated to the titular "JoJo"
Tags: japanese, jojos-bizarre-adventure, lgbt, japan, comics
If you can't trust the Queen of Country, who can you trust?
Tags: country-musician, queen-of-country-music, country-western, cowgirl, tennessee
La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One is the third studio album by White Zombie, released on March 17, 1992. The album marked a major artistic and commercial turning point for the band as White Zombie was able to successfully embrace the heavy metal sound they had been pursuing. The album's sound is a mix of groove metal and heavy metal with multiple B-movie samples. Contrary to rumors, a "Devil Music Volume Two" was never planned and Volume One was just a one-off name. La Sexorcisto was both a critical and commercial success, climbing up the charts in the US and gaining massive video airplay and mainstream rock radio airplay with "Thunder Kiss '65" and "Black Sunshine."
Tags: drummer, bass-player, guitar, musician, demons
If you're in Baltimore and looking to score some hot clams, look no further than The Clam Bandit. Located at Pier 5 on Baltimore's Inner Harbor, The Clam Bandit serves up authentic New England seafood that is freshly caught daily.
Tags: inner-harbor-baltimore-skyline, clam-bandit, restaurant, fish, clams
Trans World Airlines (TWA) was a major American airline that operated from 1930 until 2001. It was formed as Transcontinental & Western Air to operate a route from New York City to Los Angeles via St. Louis, Kansas City, and other stops. It was one of the "Big Four" domestic airlines in the United States formed by the Spoils Conference of 1930. Howard Hughes acquired control of TWA in 1939, and after World War II led the expansion of the airline to serve Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, making TWA a second unofficial flag carrier of the United States after Pan Am. By the '60s, TWA began aggressively pursuing the profitable air cargo segment, though one of the airline's biggest missteps was ignoring the emerging dedicated air cargo market.
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Thomas A. Edison invented the phonograph, the first device for recording and playing back sound, in 1877. After patenting the invention and benefiting from the publicity and acclaim it received, Edison turned their attention to the development of electric lighting, playing no further role in the development of the phonograph for nearly a decade. Edison’s improved phonograph was released in 1888. The original records were wax cylinders which were later replaced by Blue Amberol cylinders, and finally, vertical-cut Diamond Discs, which would be the format that would lead to modern-day vinyl records. Until 1910 the recordings did not carry the names of the artists, making it all the more important to keep the record and the sleeve together.
Tags: sound, edison, record, musician, vinyl-records
Diana was born circa 5000 years ago on the newly-created island of Themyscira to Zeus and Hippolyta, the Queen of the Amazons, mere months after the end of the War of the Gods. Zeus intended for the child to one day grow strong enough to defeat Ares, the God of War. Fearful for her daughter's safety, Hippolyta lied to Diana about her true parentage, instead telling Diana that she'd sculpted her from clay and prayed to Zeus to bring her to life. Diana would believe this story for most of her life.
Tags: feminism, superhero, feminist, princess, retro
The Mitchell Brothers O’Farrell Theatre is said to be the first in the country to get the girls off the stage and onto the laps of the customers, thus creating the 'lap dance' as we know them today and a new adult entertainment experience that would be replicated by countless other clubs across the country for decades to come. After scoring a home run with the new live sex acts and stripping performance format, Hunter S. Thompson declared the theatre "the Carnegie Hall of public sex in America." In 1972 the brothers produced their own adult film starring Marilyn Chambers. Titled Behind the Green Door, the movie would go on to ultimately gross over $50 million, making it one of the most successful adult movies of all time.
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The 429 was NOT simply a 1 (or 2) cubic inch larger version of the blue oval 427 & 428 engines. It was a totally new engine from a different engine family. This design was a departure from the paradigm, utilizing thin-wall casting methods and a skirtless block to reduce weight. The Super Cobra Jet, rated at 375 HP, had a 4-bolt main block, a Holley 780 cfm 4BBL carburetor, and a larger mechanical camshaft. It was only available with a 3.91 or 4.30 rear axle ratio. In 1971, the CJ engine also used a 4-bolt main block. However, these engines were actually derated and produced power in the 440–460 HP range. This was done to deceive insurance companies (common practice in that era), so that buyers did not have to pay higher insurance rates.
Tags: ford-mustang, cobra-jet, cobra, classic-car, mustang
This is the famous Schmitts Gay. We know of no other brand produced by any other brewer that comes even close to being this gay. Our exclusive rainbow refraction filtration process produces a taste, a smoothness, and super gay drinkability that you will find in no other beer at any price. Schmitts is brewed with pride in Provincetown, Massachusetts, so next time you've got a big gay thirst, grab a Schmitts Gay.
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Vince Lombardi High School keeps losing principals to nervous breakdowns because of the rowdy students' love of rock 'n' roll and their disregard of education. A new principal, the rock-music-hating Miss Togar, is brought in with promises to put an end to the music craze, but when Miss Togar and a group of parents attempt to burn a pile of rock records, the students fight back and take over the school. When the police are called and demand that the students evacuate the building, they do so, which leads to an explosive finale. For better or for worse, this is the synopsis of the 1979 musical comedy, Rock 'n' Roll High School.
Tags: punk, rock-n-roll-music, 70s, musical, fight-for-your-right-to-party
Founded in October of 1966 in Oakland, California by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, the Black Panther Party for Self Defense (BPP) became the most famous black power organization of the late 1960s. Newton and Seale met in 1965 at Merritt College where they were exposed to a burgeoning wave of Black Nationalism, inspired in part by the Afro-American Association, established by Don Warden at the University of California, Berkeley in 1962. The raised fist remains a key part of their symbology, though it’s also evolved to be a symbol of standing up against the man for groups and causes of all races, so whether you’ve got a political cause in mind or are just into power fisting, this one is for you!
Tags: black-lives-matter, black-history-month, black-panthers-party, black-panther-party, all-power-to-the-people
What happens to all those hot bunny girls after the club shuts down and is boarded up ...?
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“Have no fear, Bud Man is here!” Actually, Bud Man has been here for quite a while. The stereotypical superhero mascot made his first appearance in the late '60s to promote his favorite beer and kept doing his thing well into the '90s. Over the years he's done everything from jet skiing and drag racing to playing pool and duck hunting, but always with an ice-cold Bud at the ready.
Tags: vanlife, beer-lover-gift, marijuana, van-life, vanner-vanning-nation-van-lifestyle
"When we started Apex Cybernetics, we dreamt of new ways to push past the limits of human potential. Robotics, the human mind, artificial intelligence. Who knows what brave new future we will dream of next? I'm Walter Simmons. And it is my privilege to lead Apex into humanity's bold new era. We're not going anywhere, and neither are you." - Walter Simmons, Founder and CEO of Apex Cybernetics. Walter Simmons founded Apex Cybernetics in Hong Kong in 2014. His goal was to rid the world of the Titans so control could be returned to humanity. The organization later created Mechagodzilla to exterminate Godzilla and replace him with their creation.
Tags: chinese, hong-kong, cyberpunk, robotech, mecha
Stores open 24 hours are ubiquitous across America. Of the 152,794 shops listed by the National Association of Convenience Stores, 90 percent are round-the-clock operations. New York City alone houses upwards of 1,500 independently-run bodegas; it’s hard to imagine the five boroughs without them. But there was a time, not too long ago, when city residents had to go from store to store to buy their eggs, ice, and cheap beer. Their midnight cravings were greeted with locked doors and dimmed lights. The convenience store, such as it is today, did not exist and the first one of all time opened its doors in 1946 with extended hours from 7 am to 11 pm. Nowadays these ubiquitous stores are at the ready 24-hours a day for whatever you may need...
Tags: apu, kwik-e-mart, store, corner-store, 24-hours
Everyone gets the blues, but no matter how bad things may be at the time, you have to keep on truckin'
Tags: good-vibes, keep-on-keeping-on, vanner-chick, van-chick, inspiration
Unless they’re very bad or brilliantly good, most of us take headlights for granted, but driving a Stratos at 100+ mph through a rally forest special stage at night behind the artificial daylight of six halogens and lights suddenly take on more significance. Cibie's high-performance racing lights were common among all the quickest rally cars in Europe. There’s no question of nationalistic pride among the world’s teams; they must have the best and the best lights for rallying are Cibie. Founded in 1919 as Societe des Projecteurs Cibie, by 1975 they were the single largest manufacturer of lighting in all of Europe.
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Um, it's called fashion... look it up.
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Founded by Manuel Giró, an industrialist from Barcelona as Orpheo Sincronic Sociedad Anónima, the original OSSA company got its start in 1924 by making movie projectors for its home market in Spain. The company's four-leaf clover emblem wasn't actually a four-leaf clover and rather an escapement mechanism of a film projector. Before World War II, Giró was the Spanish sidecar racing national champion, along with his co-pilot, the future founder of Bultaco motorcycles, Francisco Bultó. In 1940 Giró changed the primary focus of his company to building racing motorcycles and after the war, he obtained superior two-stroke engine technology from the German DKW factory as war reparations and was mass-producing his two-stroke motorcycles by1949.
Tags: good-luck, send-it, four-leaf-clover, shamrock, dirt-bike
The Holy City Zoo was a small but influential comedy club in San Francisco that originally opened in 1971. Located at 408 Clement Street between 5th and 6th Avenues in San Francisco's Richmond District, the club was a dark cavern that had a maximum occupancy of 78. There was a small stage set against the back wall, a bar that sold beer, wine, and soft drinks, and a set of stairs at stage left that led to a small balcony known as "The John Wilkes Booth." The club got its peculiar name from a sign the original owner picked up at a going-out-of-business sale for a zoo in Holy City. The Zoo originally opened up as a folk music venue, but after adding a comedy night, comics looking for a venue found the Zoo, crowded out the folk musiic.
Tags: stand-up, bay-area, comic, stand-up-comedian, venue
The secret to success really is sincerity...
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The plan was simple – take Yamaguchi’s lightweight trail bike, the Scrambler, and make it better. PABATCO designed and engineered the motorcycles from their Athena, Oregon headquarters, and Hodaka was responsible for the engines, manufacturing, and assembly in Japan. This resulted in Hodaka’s first model, the Ace 90, which arrived in the U.S. in 1964 and became an instant success thanks to its low cost and durability and depending on who you ask, laid the groundwork for America’s trail bike craze. Hodaka continued to improve upon their original design releasing about 18 variant models until a combination of events led to the demise of Hodaka in 1978.
Tags: motorcycle, yamaguchi, motorcycle-sport, trail-bike, dirt-bike
WASP is an American heavy metal band formed in 1982, emerging from the early 1980s Los Angeles heavy metal scene. The band's popularity peaked that decade, yet they continued to record and tour, making them one of the most enduring of the West Coast metal bands. WASP gained notoriety for their shock rock-themed image, lyrics, and live performances. The band was a prominent target of the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), an organization that pushed for warning labels on recorded music in the '80s.
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Opening its doors in 1965 inside the shell of a failed celebrity restaurant, The Classic Cat was the largest, most luxurious strip club of them all. It was far from the seedy strip clubs most people think of, and more of a classy supper club that featured topless entertainment ranging from regular dancers and amateurs wanting to take it off to full-on Vegas-style productions. It was the kind of place you would take a date to and was frequented by Hollywood's brightest stars making it a definite place to be seen nightspot.
Tags: live-nude-girls, girls-girls-girls, dancer, topless, stripper