Aw, that part made me sad.
Snow Bear lives on. The blog entry from Elizabeth is from 2012, but apparently he still works at the Repertory Theater in Richmond.
November 17, 2015
“Our Snow Bear Scrapbook: Memories and Recipes from Thhimers” (Elizabeth and Sallie Thalhimer), 2000
October 24, 2015
February 23, 2015
February 7, 2015
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December 13, 2014
When I was little, I thought these were called Sing a Long Lights, and when you plugged them in, tinny sounding xmas music would emit from them.
Look at all the exclamation perfume. I finally bought some last weekend at WalMart, they had the small bottles for $3.
Xmas with the Turtles at Ames.
This woolworth paper was specifically for mall locations in the area. Hence, the nicer merchandise, like the NES, SNES, and Game Boy. Pretty sure my Woolworth in Hampton, VA never had merchandise this nice. I do remember them selling Rollerblades at my location.
Revco used to be all about the nutcrackers.
Did the VCR Plus really work? It seems so much easier and cheaper back then to learn how to use the timer record function.
December 11, 2014
November 24, 2014
He made this video about a year before they wrapped up, so maybe not that relevant anymore, but still amusing.
Sarah Jessica Parker. 300 copies of Sex in the City 2.
//edit, December 15, 2014//
I found a clip where Blackbuster yells about this one time this guy didn’t know how to use the DROPBOX at Blockbuster. It starts around 7:27 if youtube doesn’t take you there directly.
September 26, 2014
The Wall Staten Island Mall, NY
I’m in absolute love with this person’s Flickr album of stores from the late 90s and early 2000s. Most of these are from the Staten Island area of New York.
Wasn’t The Wall the most overpriced store of our childhood?
September 23, 2014
I mean, look how scary this man is. The glasses, the hand placement, the standing under the “Back to School” sign. THE STARE.