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Life Magazine 3/11/1966
Super cool that this appears to be the period of time where "Batman makes a mightly leap into national popularity" What a timeless superhero he's become!
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If only it were really this easy...anyone want me to mold you copies of all my killer bootleg and white label 12" ?…SEE MORE →
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That sure is one coooooool fridge, a very neat mix of influences going on in here too, a bit too colorful for me personally, but what do YOU…SEE MORE →
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From board room to sports stadium, weekend barbecue to black-tie do, a white shirt is one of those elements of a man's wardrobe that's truly indispensable. A simple oxford cotton shirt works well under a blue suit, a blazer, a casual jacket and even with a pair of shorts; throw in a soft-collar shirt for the weekend and a crisp poplin one for the office and you could easily get by with nothing but white shirts. It would be great to have a stack of them, wrapped in…SEE MORE →
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You know Hollywood’s famous sign, right? But what you probably didn’t know is that back in the Roaring Twenties, it looked a bit different. It had four extra letters: L-A-N-D.
Originally the sign was an advertisement. In 1923, a group of Los Angeles real estate developers erected it to promote a new housing development named Hollywoodland.
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After years of soap companies trying to get away from stereotypical detergent marketing, Procter & Gamble is taking a trip down memory lane.
Limited editions of retro-packaged …SEE MORE →