Issue #31 – Jabba the Hutt & Rescue Rangers

In this Issue of IT CAME FROM… My Side of the Laundry Room I show-off a really great Jabba the Hutt figure from the Star Wars Black Series that was donated by a fan -and- I open and play with some original Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Ranger Happy Meal toys from 1989.

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Toys I Wish I Had As A Kid – Christmas Edition

Well it’s that time of year again. Lights are twinkling, there’s music in the air, and i remember some of the times Santa ripped me off. These are some of the toys I remember asking Santa for when i was a kid and for one reason or another they never made it under the tree.


This is a return of sorts as I use to write about all the toys I wanted as a kid but never got. Most of those stories revolved around my parents dropping the ball but this time it falls squarely on the shoulders of the holly jolly con artist, Santa Claus.

As always this is meant to be fun and just a good way to remember some great toys from our childhood. Enjoy!

Issue #27 – Truckin’ Turtles & Dorky Xmas Ornaments

In this issue of IT CAME FROM… MY SIDE OF THE LAUNDRY ROOM I get into the Christmas spirit by busting out some of my favorite dorky Christmas tree ornaments -and- I take a look at one of the weirdest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and Other Strangeness books that was ever published… can you say “Tiny Ninja Shriner Cars”?


80s Halloween Costume Spooktacular

In this episode I talk about some of the memorable homemade costumes I wore as a kid and I give a list of 10 I wish I had as a kid and as an adult.

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sentiMENTAL – 80s Summer Vacation Memories

Howdy folks! I’m heading out to vacation so things might be quiet around here for a couple of weeks. While getting ready to hit the road my mind drifts back to vacations of my youth. So in this episode of sentiMENTAL I take a moment to remember those times and the items from pop culture that fused themselves to these moments.

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