Thursday, October 12, 2006

80s Articles, Clone Wars Coming, Famous Deaths

Thatsmyshirt has added a brand new section to our article library that every 80s fan should see. We will be adding articles and descriptions of 80s terms, fads, bands, movies, and more. Some of this info everybody knows, however you are sure to learn a little about the 80s by reading this articles. The first article is posted, The Rubik's Cube. Check them out weekly as we will add new articles often.

Star Wars fans will like this. George Lucas plans on bringing his animated cartoon Clone Wars to network tv. It could air as early as next year. He still always wants to do another Indiana Jones movie.

On a day when Yankees pitcher Corey Lidle dies in a plane crash the day before, today is a memorable day for famous deaths. Take a look

Former Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious stabs girlfriend Nancy Spungen to death in room 100 of New York's Chelsea Hotel. Because Sid remembers nothing about the crime, theories include robbery and an abortive suicide pact. Vicious dies of an ugly heroin overdose shortly before his trial. Be sure to see our new Sex Pistols Junk Food Tees. They are great

Folk singer John Denver dies when his newest toy, a homebuilt Long-EZ single-seat airplane, crashes into the ocean near Monterey, California. Unfortunately, the person who constructed the plane opted to locate the fuel tank selector valve behind the pilot's left shoulder. In order for Denver to reach back and switch tanks, he had to let go of the flight controls. At which point, the aircraft plunged 500 feet into the Pacific Ocean. Divers later recover most of the body, but not the head. Denver is ultimately identified by his fingerprints.

Thats all for now...

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