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wayback wednesday: the stupendous stinger!

I was visiting home this past weekend, so of course I had to dig through all my old stuff for a wave of nostalgia. This time I discovered some things I had been trying to find for a long time, including some of my very first comics. 24 more words

Comics

Wayback Wednesday: Lee Elia's Tirade

Granted, neither Chris or me are Chicago Cub fans but 32 years ago today, former Cub manager Lee Elia delivered a rant for the ages.

Chicago Cubs

Wayback Wednesday:Clumsy!

I drew this back in 1987, and possibly for my parents’ anniversary. I figure this because my dad recently gave me back a bunch of old artwork I had done for them years ago. 148 more words

Features

Wayback Wednesday: The Clash Release Debut Album 38 Years Ago Today

This month in 1977, The Clash released their self-titled debut in the U.K. In the United States, The album was not released until 1979. CBS in America had decided that the album was ‘not radio friendly’, so it was initially only available in the States during 1977–1978 as an import, and as such became the best-selling import of the year, shifting over 100,000 copies. 249 more words

Music

Way Back Wednesday: It's Not too Late for a Vision Board!

By Erika, Resident Fashionista

Normally, I reserve the throwback/flashback posts for Thursdays and Fridays; however, it’s only Wednesday and I’ve had a conversation no less than four times this week about creating a vision board. 604 more words

How-to

Wayback Wednesday - The End is Near: The Road Warrior

The end of the week, I mean, and the beginning of something altogether different. Kind of like the end of the world (as we know it) isn’t going to be the end of everything per se. 835 more words

Post-Apocalypse

26 Things for 26 Years

Today is my birthday! I have successfully completed one quarter of a century of life, and have begun the next quarter-century. (The first few hours have been pretty great. 242 more words

Horses