I've been a gamer my entire life, some of my earliest memories were playing Donkey Kong on the Super Nintendo. When I first moved to Yakima I started trying to find little "Nerd Havens" around the city. Little did I know there was a lot waiting for me...
Everything '90s is coming back in fashion. Surge was reintroduced, General Mills brought back French Toast Crunch and everyone said, "That's fine, but where's my Crystal Pepsi?" Petitions started going around and that's when a competitive eater received a message directly from Pepsi, and everyone ate it up ... or drank it up, in this case.
I'm a huge fan of retro - especially the 80s and 90s. I grew up in the 80s and went to high school in the 90s so I have a fondness for the pop culture of the time. I loved the TV shows, loved the music and I miss the cartoons. I even miss the old commercial that would come on back then. Fortunately for me and maybe for you someone has created a TV simulator to make it look like you can watch tv li
I was born and raised in Yakima and am proud of it. I know that Yakima is the butt of a lot of jokes around here and I'd be lying if I didn't have a few things to add to those jokes as well, but I really do like that I am from here. The problem is I'm starting to date myself when I speak to younger people and they don't have a clue what I'm talking about.
Getting stars you loved in the ’80s and ’90s and putting them in commercials seems to be the trend nowadays. Hot on the heels of ’80s teen-idol Matthew Broderick taking a”day off” for a Super Bowl commercial, now comes an ad starring two well-dressed teen idols from the early ’90s.