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  • Toy companies wont put them out because kids will die on them. look at the documentary on the bttf II DVD. ps those jackets look nothing alike. marty's jacket is supposed to look like an eighty's jacket futurized and the kirk jacket is supposed to look like a futurized race jacket.

    LOL: Movie Jackets From the Future | /Film

  • We have confidence in her ability and leadership skills which she has demonstrated in the ANC since she joined the organisation from the days of the United Democratic Front (UDF) in the early eighty's.


  • Yes in the eighty's and ninety's, the woman fought for the right to go to work.

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  • Chrysler received government loan's in the early eighty's when they were facing bancruptcy to help them re-tool Windsor assembly for the launch of the highly successful mini van this resulted in a huge success story for Chrysler.

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  • In response to molly who said: in the early eighty's hoboken was ... johnozed: The was a Folk and Fondue thing as well at Maxwells.

  • Once thriving towns, villages and cities rife with boarded up shops and houses, businesses for sale or just closed down, half completed housing schemes stopped as if by wildcat strikes, reminded one of European holiday destinations in the eighty's and ninety's on the verge of economic bankruptcy.

  • And seeing the modesto store still looks like it's stuck in the early eighty's and all you hear is that every store around then stole their ideas for sales IE: bogo and sales like that and blaming target for screwing them over during their ownership!? not likely seeing we had days when our own trucking company "forgot" to send the keys for the trailers so we couldn't do the truck that day now we hear they can't pay for the merch oh well is all i will say and yes i did laugh at the news of hearing about mervyns it is a piss poor retailer and a god awful place to work for nowadays, poor management, poor employee training, bad corp backup

    Labelscar: The Retail History Blog


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