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The Nostalgia Machine
The Nostalgia Machine
Black Friday, 1996.
I remember playing with these Street Fighter 2 when I was little. Parents and Grandparents would buy my figures at K-Mart! They would break easily in the middle because there is a black rubber/elastic loop inside so they can do roundhouse kicks and fight moves.
Yet another one of the ES series stack I made a while ago, this time with the Sony CDP-X77ES compact disc player! It maintains those same beautiful lines from the prior ones, black mate color with the wooden sides, a great machine from a time the CD format was blooming into the scene!
Yet another vector design, this is just one from an entire stack I made: The sony TC-K950ES. A beautiful cassette deck, especially when it was the wooden planks on the sides. Plus the black color with a bit of strong green and other colors when on really gives such a great look. I love the ES line.
McDonald’s tries to squeeze all the black male stereotypes into a single commercial (1992)
In 1969, when black Americans were still prevented from swimming alongside whites, Mr.Rogers decided to invite Officer Clemmons to join him and cool his feet in a pool, breaking a well-known color barrier.
I have fever dreams about the Men in Black Animated Series. Anybody remember this one on Kids WB?
Re-watched Men In Black today. The end credits playing this song hit me with nostolgia.
The Teacher from the Black Lagoon
“Me and Mariah Go back like babies and pacifiers” | Mariah Carey appears in Black Beat Magazine (November 1992)
Black Jack, Beemans, & Clove chewing gum
Black Lotus (MTG, 1993) patch. Pm im if interested! Crazy that this iconic card ended up becoming $100k+!
Black light posters
The black bottoms of PS1 discs
Black Cat (1991) Intro – Brutal & Dark Hong Kong Action Flick With An Insane Anti-Hero Female Assassin Lead – Like An H.K La Femme Nikita
I actually really enjoyed Black Knight
My first Black Mirror experience
Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun
Field Day ribbons! But mine were always blank with a smudgy black ink stamp of my school’s name on them
John Landis and Michael Jackson goofing on the set of the making of “Black & White” short movie
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