THE TOY STORE FROM AIRHEADS!
Posted on December 21, 2021 1 Comment
“You look like half a butt puppet.” Welcome to Rex’s part time gig at this fantastic toy store in early 90s Los Angeles. You remember Rex, right? The long-haired, mustached bassist for ‘The Lone Rangers’. Yes, the infamous trio who hijacked the Southern California rock radio station, KPPX. And yes, they pluralized the lone ranger. […]
BABY BEER WOLF.
Posted on December 16, 2020 Leave a Comment
Who could forget that devastating winter of 1986… The Coors Light’ Beer Wolf family were a loving family made up of Beer Wolf, Babe Wolf and Baby Beer Wolf. During that bleak winter they faced severe financial issues that spread wide across the entire village. The biggest hardship was a drought that plagued the townspeople […]
Posted on December 9, 2020 2 Comments
Christmas disco music is a thing more people should be talking about, celebrating and roller-skating around to. I’m forever convinced that people who say they “hate Christmas music” only say that because they’ve heard the same Christmas songs repeatedly their entire life. TNUC has discovered a supreme antidote for this problem while record digging this […]
WOOD PANELING DREAMS.
Posted on December 10, 2019 2 Comments
If there’s one thing TNUC loves, it’s a house full of wood paneling. Plop me on a beanbag chair in the middle of a basement or den with wall-to-wall wood panelling and I’m in heaven. It’s my ultimate comfort living situation. So when Uncle T was narrowing down his Christmas list for Santy Claus this […]
DAVID BOWIE: THE SNOWMAN.
Posted on December 23, 2018 2 Comments
I know what some people are thinking. It’s Christmastime and why aren’t we doing something on Home Alone or Silent Night, Deadly Night? That’s because as great as those masterpieces are, it’s getting a little predicable and over-saturated on the internet these days. Let’s change gears for a minute instead. On December 26, 1982, one of […]
DON’T FEAR THE REAPER TOYS.
Posted on December 19, 2017 2 Comments
Here comes an article that we planned on writing around Halloween time, but sort of works with Christmas because it revolves around toys. Well, toys that represent death. Before Uncle T is scrutinized for pairing Christmas with an ancient figure of death, hear me out. I realize this isn’t the cheeriest choice of subject matter […]