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Sunday, December 04, 2011

Trip on the 80's or Magic 80's ride

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Just Some Old and New Headers I Like :)

First I would like To Say WELCOME HOME Teri I hope you feel better Soon :)

 Good day Folk,
Today We Will be Going Back in Time ( AGAIN ) :) So kick Back Put On Your Converse 
and Enjoy the ride Ohhh after our trip we will be seeing some "OFF THE WALL ANIMAL PHOTO BOMBS . Okay All Straped in ??? LET'S GOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!








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Hair today Gone Tomorrow

There used to be the Beehive, and then the Beatles haircut. Then in the late ’60s early ’70s, there were Afros and men started growing their hair long. But nobody’s hair gets mentioned more than the ’80s. Both men and women had hair that could reach to the stars. And it can be argued that the hairspray, required to hold all that hair in place, burned a huge hole in the ozone layer. In general the hair could be feathered. This was probably started by Farah Fawcett in the late-’70s. The hair could be long or short in the back, but the top and sides would still be feathered. There were other hairdos that could (and should) only be seen in the ’80s. The Feathered hair could lead to the Mullet! Oh yeah, business in the front and party in the back! And don’t forget the Jheri Curl! This was started by Michael Jackson. But Eric LaSalle probably had the best Jheri curls of the ’80s in the movie Coming to America. And finally, there was the New Wave style. The hair very short at the sides and back and extra long in the front so the hair is worn over one eye.So, long or short, the ’80s probably had the most memorable hair of any decade!

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What was Then
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Rubik's Cube was in

Yellow ribbons were displayed for concern of the hostages in Iran

Largest audience on record for a regular series learns Who shot JR on "Dallas", it was JR's girlfriend Kristin.

Calvin Klein Ad, Brook Shields: You know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing!

BMW 320: $12,000

Quote: Ronald Reagan to Jimmy Carter during a TV debate "There you go again…Are you better off than you were four years ago?"

"Donahue" becomes the most widely watched TV talk show in America

Fashion returns to the Preppy Look with the basics: challis skirt, navy blazer, button down shirt

Thousands mourn the death of John Lennon who was shot by a former mental patient.

The cordless phone and front-wheel-drive compact cars were new.


DYK :
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In the 80's
Cost of a new home:     $76,400.00
Cost of a new car:     $
Median Household Income:     $17,710.00
Cost of a first-class stamp:     $0.15
Cost of a gallon of regular gas:     $1.25
Cost of a dozen eggs:     $0.91
Cost of a gallon of Milk:     $2.16


Yes More Boring Stuff  however more Funny stuff below :)
Movies from the 80s
( what a list )

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E.T. phones home and the Spielberg era continues with Raiders of the Lost Ark, Goonies, Gremlins, Explorers and Back to the Future. The Care Bears and Rainbow Brite land movie deals, Masters of the Universe goes live-action, and the Transformers duke it out on the silver screen. John Hughes becomes the voice of a generation with Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Weird Science, and Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Don Bluth challenges the Disney crown with The Secret of NIMH, followed by An American Tail, All Dogs Go To Heaven, and The Land Before Time. Disney takes the arcade to the big screen in Tron, and then brings the magic back to a whole new generation with The Little Mermaid.

A
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
Airplane!
All Dogs Go to Heaven
An American Tail
Annie
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! (series)
B
Back to the Future
Back to the Future Part II
Batman
The Beastmaster
Beetlejuice
Benji the Hunted
Big
Big Top Pee-Wee
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
The Black Cauldron
The Black Stallion Returns
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!)
The Brave Little Toaster
The Breakfast Club
Breakin'
C
 Can't Buy Me Love
The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation
The Care Bears Movie
Caveman
A Christmas Story
Clash of the Titans
Cloak & Dagger
Condorman
Crocodile Dundee
D
 The Dark Crystal
E
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
The Empire Strikes Back
Ernest Goes to Camp
Ernest Saves Christmas
Explorers
F
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Flash Gordon (80's)
Flight of the Navigator
The Fox and the Hound
G
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters II
Godzilla (series)
The Goonies
The Great Mouse Detective
The Great Muppet Caper
Gremlins
H
Herbie Goes Bananas
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Howard the Duck
I
 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
J
Jaws (series)
K
The Karate Kid
The Karate Kid Part II
The Karate Kid Part III
Krull
L
 Labyrinth
The Land Before Time
The Last Dragon
The Last Starfighter
The Last Unicorn
The Little Mermaid ( 1989 don't count) :P
M
Mac and Me
The Muppets Take Manhattan
My Bodyguard
My Little Pony: The Movie
N
The NeverEnding Story
The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking
Nine to Five
O
Oh, Heavenly Dog
Oliver & Company
The Outsiders
P
Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
The Pink Panther (series)
Pretty in Pink
The Princess Bride
The Private Eyes
R
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer
Real Genius
Return of the Jedi
S
Santa Claus
The Secret of NIMH
Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird
Sixteen Candles
Smokey and the Bandit (series)
The Smurfs and the Magic Flute
Some Kind of Wonderful
SpaceCamp
Splash
Star Trek (series)
Super Fuzz
Superman II
Superman III
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
T
Tarzan (series)
Time Bandits
The Transformers: The Movie
Tron
U
UHF
W
WarGames
Watcher in the Woods
Weird Science
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Willow
X
Xanadu

Music from the 80s
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Blondie, Devo and Duran Duran usher in the new wave with electronic sounds and pop hooks. In the stadiums, Foreigner, Van Halen and Journey forge a combination of power chords and sweet melodies that will soon be known as arena-rock. For those with dancing feet, Pop King Michael Jackson and Material Girl Madonna will get you into the groove. Deep in the heart of the city, Run DMC and LL Cool J combine fast-talking and slamming beats to create a sound that the kids call 'rap music.' Meanwhile, back in the suburbs, the malls are filled with the sounds of everything from the danceable teen-pop of Debbie Gibson and Tiffany to the pop-flavored guitar rock of Def Leppard. Outside the mainstream, Depeche Mode and The Cure bring an artsy, moody quality to pop, thereby paving the way for the rise of indie rock.

 A
 A-ha
Abba
Paula Abdul
AC/DC
Bryan Adams
Aerosmith
Afghan Whigs
Adam Ant
B
The B-52's
Bananarama
Bangles
The Beach Boys
The Beastie Boys
The Bee Gees
Pat Benatar
Berlin
Blondie
Bon Jovi
Boston
David Bowie
Bobby Brown
James Brown
C
Glen Campbell
Carpenters
The Cars
Cheap Trick
Chicago
The Chipmunks
The Clash
Alice Cooper
Elvis Costello
Culture Club
The Cure
D
Dead Milkmen
Def Leppard
John Denver
Depeche Mode
Jackie DeShannon
Devo
Neil Diamond
DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
Duran Duran
E
The Eagles ( they where way b4 the 80's )
Earth, Wind & Fire
Electric Light Orchestra
Eurythmics
F
Falco
The Fat Boys
Fleetwood Mac
Foreigner
The Four Tops
Samantha Fox
Aretha Franklin
G
Genesis
Debbie Gibson
Glass Tiger
Eddy Grant
Guns N' Roses
H
Hall & Oates
George Harrison
Heart
Whitney Houston
The Human League
I
Billy Idol
INXS
J
J. Geils Band
The Jackson 5
Janet Jackson
Michael Jackson
Joan Jett
Billy Joel
Elton John
Journey
K
KC and the Sunshine Band
The Kinks
KISS
Klaatu
The Knack
Kool and the Gang
L
Cyndi Lauper
Led Zeppelin
John Lennon
Huey Lewis and the News
LL Cool J
Lulu
M
Madness
Madonna
Paul McCartney (and Wings)
John Cougar Mellencamp
George Michael
Steve Miller
Milli Vanilli
Mr. Mister
Musical Youth
N
Willie Nelson
New Edition
New Kids on the Block
Olivia Newton-John
O
Billy Ocean
Ozzy Osbourne
Marie Osmond
P
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Pink Floyd
The Police
The Pretenders
Prince
Q
Queen
R R.E.M.
The Ramones
Lionel Richie
The Rolling Stones
The Romantics
Linda Ronstadt
Diana Ross
David Lee Roth
Run DMC
S
Salt-n-Pepa
Sha Na Na
Frank Sinatra
The Smiths
Rick Springfield
Bruce Springsteen
Ringo Starr
Rod Stewart
The Stray Cats
Styx
Donna Summer
Sweet
T
The Talking Heads
Tears For Fears
The Temptations
Tiffany
TLC
Twisted Sister
U
U2
V
Van Halen
The Ventures
Violent Femmes
W
Wham!
The Who
Kim Wilde
Stevie Wonder
X
XTC
Y
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Z
ZZ Top
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Shwooooo Bord Yet ? :P


And finally, 
we’ll wrap up our 80's trip with the Parachute Pants. I mean, what else are you suppose to break dance in?!? The parachute pants were made of nylon, and usually had a bunch of zippers. They could also be called Zipper pants. 
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“Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto...
You're wondering who I am, machine or mannequin
With parts made in Japan, I am the modern man…”
Ohhh sry :P Where was  I  Ohhhh yes


The mechanical moves of the ‘robot’ helped create the breakdancing world, and parachute pants saved street fashion from a life of sweatpants. Was anyone really going to jump out of an airplane in 5th grade? Probably not, but in your rad new pair of nylon, multi-zip parachute pants, you were ready for anything—especially an impromptu breakin’ session out on the playground after lunch, or in front of your local arcade ( memba )..... So don’t be a neo-maxi-zoom dweebie…go get yourself some parachute pants and trade in your Styx album for some Grandmaster Flash. ( I don't indorse these things ROFL just love making fun at them)
And why The Hell when you google pis of them MC Hammer shows up arrrggggg so frustrating :)
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HAVE YOU SEEN MY PANTS ???
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I see You Laughing!!! s'not funny they were cool at the time ROFL 
Okay you can stop laughing now .................

I SAID STOP LAUGHING :) !!.......................

Okay As Promised a FEW Animal Photo Bombs
I will do a few of these every now and then ( cause i have a bagillion pics)

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And My Fav
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TODAYS MOVIE PIC AND QUOTE-O-DE-DAY 
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Breakin' ( 1984 )
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Turbo: [Talking in the mirror, using a broomstick as a microphone] I want, to thank you for this award. It's the recognition for my peers, it's all those agonizing days, teaching Ozone everything I know.
Ozone: I don't want to stay, all night don't you? Why don't you, go out and sweep man?
Turbo: Award winners, don't push brooms.
Ozone: Yeah, go out and sweep, kucklehead. Who are you anyway, Fred Astaire?
Turbo: Who?
Turbo: [dances to breakdance music, with the broom] 


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Back in 1984 when breakin came out there were two things you could be certain of. One was that if someone started dancing a circle would form around them from out of thin air and everyone would clap and hoot to the dancer (especially if you're an unnown little actor named JEAN CLAUDE VAN DAMME!).Yes He Was In The Movie. ( I looked it up LOL he is not even in the cast of people in the movie :)
There he is ROFL


 HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE TRIP , HAVE A GREAT DAY IF YOU HAVE TO WORK
DON'T WORK TO HARD,  AND SMILE YOU ARE VERY MUCH LOVED :)
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Gezzz Mon Good sng till the END ROFL :P  OLè   
   
The Bullfighter Was a Lady
Elvis Presley

Pedro the bull was a killer
King of the bullfight arena
He'd wipe up the floor with each brave matador
And have matador stew for his dinner

He heard the crowd shouting "Olé"
But he met his master that day

The bullfighter was a lady
And it was true love at first sight
Her red cape was waving but Pedro was shaving
He wanted to date her that night

Olé

Pedro the bull he was smitten
First time the love bug had bitten
He once was a mad bull, a wild and a bad bull
But now he was mild as a kitten

The people were starting to hiss
But Pedro just wanted to kiss

The bullfighter was a lady
And Pedro he liked what he saw
He floated on air with a rose in his hair
As he waltzed with that sweet matador

His fate was a bad one, his tale is a sad one
It's hanging right over her door

Olé!


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