This week’s theme is animated music videos.
They range in styles and mediums, just like the music itself. The importance of music videos in the 1980s is often taken for granted. With freedom to create “shorts” in many different styles, music videos helped the flow of art and creativity for many people making the videos and watching them. Anyway, on to the videos….
Continue reading “Toonsday – Tunesday”
Finding inspiration for this week’s theme wasn’t that hard. In fact, come Monday morning (or every morning in my case) it’s something that smacks you right in the face…work.
Continue reading “All In A Day’s Work – Tunesday”
Welcome to Tunesday!
Back in the day, Tuesdays were dubbed YouTuesday here at the blog and it was the day that I rolled out the newest video from the YouTube Channel. Continue reading “Welcome To Tunesday!!”
Here’s a new trailer for the channel for the year 2020. I took a lot of inspiration from classic sitcom intros from the 80s. I hope you like it.
Continue reading “2020 Trailer – My Side of the Laundry Room: The 80s Sitcom!”
I’m a little late posting this to the blog but if you are feeling nostalgic for Christmas already, I have your hook-up.
Continue reading “Christmas: Pop Culture, Facts, & Folklore”
Today is Valentine’s Day. Even without the massive marketing machines of card manufactures, candy companies, and jewelry mongers trying to tell you how to show your love to that special someone, today should be a time of reflection about how lucky Continue reading “5 Great 80s Love Songs”
For most of my life it was a struggle to be a fan of the things I loved. I grew up in a time where simply reading a comic book would get you beat-up, and I was. I remember laying on the grown, clenching my stomach after a punch to the bread basket and looking up to Continue reading “Lets Talk About T.F.S. (Toxic Fan Syndrome).”
After writing out my list little list of favorite Christmas songs, I thought of some more I wanted to share. Simple enough. Continue reading “5 More Favorite Christmas Songs”
With the passing of Thanksgiving the air waves have now been filled with the delectable sounds of Christmas. Who am I kidding? Christmas music starts playing in some stores right after Halloween. Continue reading “Favorite Christmas Songs”
Name: Jólakötturinn / Yule Cat
From: Icelandic Folklore
Classification: A giant man-eating house cat that preys on people at Christmas. Continue reading “Jólakötturinn – Monster Preservation & Research Society”