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5571ArticleMr MagicMalls always seem to be the "In" place at Christmas. Not just due to the sales, but because of the festive decorations. They're so appealing My introduction to holidays at the mallDec 18, 2021View
5570ArticleRetroOtaku620I actually have the complete series on DVD. Wish I had the Halloween special on videotape, though.Edutainment Station: The Magic School BusDec 14, 2021View
5569ArticleBenjanime@Vaporman yeah, it's crazy to know that even when you're young, you still develop that wanting of buying whatever you see lol @Julie i would have loved going there every day i could ^^ thank you for reading, my sweet muffin ❤ happy holidays!My introduction to holidays at the mallDec 10, 2021View
5568ArticleJulieThe first Christmas decoration in a mall I remember seeing was when I was eight: after the classroom, I went to the mall everyday alone (it was a time when human trafficking didn't exist). So I could marvel everyday at those wonderful decorations, and going to all the toy stores to look at every toy I dreamed to have. I did that for the whole year; it was unforgettably magical to me. You look so cutie on the photo, my sweetheart @Benjanime!❤❤ Happy Holidays!My introduction to holidays at the mallDec 10, 2021View
5567ArticleVaporman87Malls truly do go all out to give you that holiday spirit... because that equates to dollars! Still, it makes for some nice memories.My introduction to holidays at the mallDec 10, 2021View
5566ArticleVaporman87That sucks. I hate seeing/hearing about the state of most malls these days. There are a few bright spots here and there... actually most malls I've visited in West Virginia are doing well (Barboursville/Huntington Mall, Parkersburg Mall, Beckley area mall). The mall I'm most familiar with from my youth (Parkersburg) recently added a whole new section for Ross, Petland, and some other anchor-type stores.Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View
5565ArticlesquidbeeI live in an area that saw an explosion of malls during the 80s and 90s. Recent years have seen many of them closing down, being bought out, or demolished. My mall was one that was bought out, and from what I hear, it is still not doing very well. I last visited prior to the buy-out, and there were cellphone repair kiosks and cheap clothing stores everywhere. The anchor stores were either all gone or in the process of running a clearance sale.Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View
5564ArticleVaporman87I whole-heartedly agree. That is awesome though that the place is still kicking. I'm kind of in the reverse situation in that the mall I most frequented is actually thriving. Then again, it's in West Virginia, so they're like 20 years behind the curve, LOL. Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View
5563Articlesquidbee@Benjanime Video games and comic books have always been my biggest addictions. Ever since my mom bought me an Atari 2600 for Christmas one year, I have been hooked. Plus, I was indoctrinated by Nintendo all through my youth with games, comics, cartoons, and cereal. Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View
5562ArticlesquidbeeI hate seeing my old haunts closing down, so I feel you Vaporman87. For example, I love Dead Mall videos, but it hits me right in the feels whenever someone posts about my local mall. A place where I hung out and worked for many years. It looks like the skating rink from my youth is still open. I am honestly shocked because back in the 80s it looked to be on its last legs. Skating lessons are only 5 bucks. Maybe I should look into it. lol Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View