Over the holiday weekend, I made a long overdue trip to see my family who live a mere 20 minutes down I-90 from the front door to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Of course I’ve always been fond of my hometown. Make all the jokes you want about it, but at least we’re not Detroit.
Aside from ten years of stuff my folks have accumulated since I left, not a lot is different. For instance, my old bedroom. Some of the things tacked to the walls have been there for… Christ… 15 to 20 years.
Poster of the best Batmobile. Why the best? Chain guns.
A poster of the 1991 debut of the first Robin costume that didn’t include legless briefs (half-hidden behind a wardrobe).
Items Three, Four, and Five
More artifacts obtained during my high school years.
Items Six and Seven
An oversized button I bought from a booth somewhere in NYC when it was still considered the pit of the world, and another poster from the movie theater I worked as a teen.
Items Eight and Nine
Artifacts from a tad before junior high: a cross that, I think, my sister made for a project in our Catholic grade school and the appropriate Garbage Pail Kid.
2 thoughts on ““All the little kids growing up in the skids are goin’ ‘Cleveland rocks! Cleveland Rocks!'””
Haha 😀 Garbage Pal Kid. 😀
I reveled in being called "Damaged Don." In fact, that might still apply now…
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