The year was 1999. I just bought a shiny red Saturn (my first car with a built-in CD player) and I needed some tunes to drive (speed) to. I went out and grabbed Vertical Horizon's 'Everything You Want' and it became the soundtrack in my car
In light of seeing your kid's Common Core math homework and not being able to help them using the basic arithmetic that you were taught, Lou's flawed methods below suddenly don't seem all that far fetched.
Even though I'm thirty-something now, I still geek out like a little boy every now and then. Okay, maybe it's more often than I'm hinting at, but what caused my latest episode was a video on my Facebook feed of a guy riding what looked like a light bike
I stumbled on this old Oldiez (I know, the irony) TV spot that I'm guessing dates back to the late 80's or early 90's based on the footage. We're all about nostalgia on this station, even if it's our own.
In a world where new technologies become old news faster than Taylor Swift's boyfriends, a HUGE surprise was unveiled yesterday by music juggernaut, Sony. The mixtapes of the 80's and 90's just got a HUGE upgrade
Remember the days when you'd stay out all day doing God knows what and your parents didn't care as long as you were back before the street lights came on? Or riding bikes or doing anything else marginally 'dangerous' without safety gear?
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