It is a bit obvious I have not been updating. With work and school and retro collecting and that most important thing… family, there has been little time. But if you like what you see here on lomeop.com let me know at lomeop on google+ and I will recruit my like minded colleagues to help pad the site with more awesome. Yes, I just used awesome as a noun. Take that Funk and Wagnalls!
It’s Christmas…oops… the holidays.
Sorry to all you overzealous, politically correct folk.
Hey wait, I’m not sorry.
It is CHRISTMAS!!! Hallelujah.
Yeah, now that feels good.
Anyway, I like to look back during this time of year as much as I like to look to the present. Hmmm? That makes little to no sense. My point is, as good as toys and games are now there is something a bit more magical about those goodies in the past. We had to use some imagination. Not a lot more, just some.
If you would like to take a stroll through Christmases past without needing a visit from that somber ghost in A Christmas Carol, then take a guilt free peek at the fine collection of old Christmas catalogs at Wishbook on Flicker and Wishbook Web.
Your favorite toy from yesteryear is hiding somewhere in the scanned pages. When you find it get ready to feel all warm and fuzzy.
If it wasn’t for Tim Allen’s deep connection to ABC/Disney this show would have most likely been canceled in today’s instant hit or miss culture. Fortunately for Tim Allen fans, conservatives, and most important, people that just like to laugh… it is still on and gaining ground.
Political views aside, Last Man Standing is the most refreshing resurrection of the family sitcom in decades. Since leaving TV in the 90s to pursue a moderately successful career in movies Tim Allen had an improbable feat to accomplish, create a show better then Home Improvement. Well, he has succeeded.
Tim’s new character is first a father, second a husband, third a business man, and fourth a conservative. You may not like all the zings freely tossed at liberals but his family is there to balance him out. As the father of three girls Tim Allen’s new show is a great twist on his old days as a dad of all boys.
Special guests and a bang up cast make the show a treat. Watch the first 2-3 episodes and if you don’t laugh more than you have in a long while at a TV show check your pulse. If you have a pulse, check you sense of humor next… that may be what has died!
Pop Fiction roots deep down into the myths and lore of the video gaming industry. They expose the glitches, the true Easter Eggs, and the hoaxes.
Forty episodes strong, there’s plenty to discover. Is there a secret Pokemon? Does Laura Croft bare it all in Tomb Raider? Can Mario jump over the flag? Can I get some cake? Find out.