It's been more than a decade since the s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school. Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough. Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all.
1990 Things From The 90s To End The Nostalgia Once And For All
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Listen to my Memphis Memory podcast, new show every Thursday. Check out the podcast and also check out the DVDS on this site. Check out the Power Pro collection. This is the only licensed and official Memphis Wrestling collection out there. Talking Memphis Wrestling June 27,. Part 1 Part 2. I give my top ten memories of my career in Memphis wrestling and also my least favorite memories.
Not knowing who Dalton was or the significance of the red door, they continue on and successfully save Melissa. But all is perhaps not well, because of that red door they walk through at the end. I interpreted that moment, when Elise and her nieces encounter Dalton in the Further, to mean that she inadvertently opened the door, literally and metaphorically, for the demons to go after Dalton and generally cause chaos for the Lambert family. So I see the red doors as sort of opening a door between those two, where things from those other planes can come in.
Scrollable Image I've got no magazine scans for this post, but I wanted to follow up my last entry with a short post recommending a recent book front cover above that probably nudged me to put that last post together, Ron Hall's Sputnik, Masked Men, and Midgets: The Early Days of Memphis Wrestling. I'd done some research back when Sputnik died for a comix project that I never quite got to, so I'm happy that Hall's book sparked me to do a little something with what I'd gathered. I always keep an eye out for Sputnik material on eBay, but somehow I'd missed Ron's book until stumbling across it on Amazon last Fall.