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Old 10-28-2007, 09:42 PM   #91
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I loved this game. Me and my friends played it a lot and I always won:
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And this game was based on the tv game show CONCENTRATION, I got this for Christmas when I was 9:
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Really huh? Make the hair redder and there you have it ALFRED E. NEWMAN. Notice Ralph Malph isn't featured but everyone else is.
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Really huh? Make the hair redder and there you have it ALFRED E. NEWMAN. Notice Ralph Malph isn't featured but everyone else is.
The weird part is, Ronny Howard HAD red hair
Maybe Donny Most wanted too much $$$ for his "image"...more likely they just didnt WANT him though!
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Ok, I will post some games I had growing up, but so I don't forget, anyone remember this classic 70's kids show that aired on Saturday mornings, LAND OF THE LOST?

Here are some pics to refresh your memory:

I remember watching this show on saturday mornings. At that time I never noticed how low-budget the props were. It's interesting looking back on all that stuff now.
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Which show, Concentration? (Which I really loved, btw)
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Default Anyone here eat Boo Berry cereal?

This was my favorite of all the monster cereals...I can remember watching saturday morning cartoons and having a bowl of Boo Berry cereal right there with me. This cereal always had the best toys in it too!
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OMG that cereal is perfect for Halloween.
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This was my favorite of all the monster cereals...I can remember watching saturday morning cartoons and having a bowl of Boo Berry cereal right there with me. This cereal always had the best toys in it too!
I prefered Count Chocula...When I was a kid, Shreddies had thebest toys , mostly Walt Disney toys like the Love Bug elastic racers and Mickey and friends wobbly walkers!
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Check out this link for vintage cereal, it won't let me copy and paste or copy the pics:

http://www.lavasurfer.com/cereal-kelloggs.html

Anyone remember these cereals:
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Check out this link for vintage cereal, it won't let me copy and paste or copy the pics:

http://www.lavasurfer.com/cereal-kelloggs.html

Anyone remember these cereals:

Wow! Awesome website!!! Thanks for posting the link!
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You are welcome! If anyone finds great links for vintage stuff, please post here. Thank you.
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My stupid Casper costume:

I was just thinking back to how many Halloweens I wore the same costume (The only "store bought" costume I ever had)...it was a Casper the Friendly ghost costume I got at about 5 and that I wore till I was about 9 or 10 (previously, i was a ghost by wearing a bed sheet with holes for the eyes), the weird part of my Casper outfit? It was mismatched! Whether the switch was made at the store or in the factory I'll never know, but, while the mask was Casper, the "costume" part showed Caspers cousin "Spooky" (The one with the black nose, freckles and bowler hat) flying out of a "Haunted house with the word "SPOOKY" in big black letters! The last few years I went out for T or Ts, I wore a sheet again, and at age 13, decided I was too old for that stuff and have spent most Halloweens since, watching the annual Halloween hockey games

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