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    Plaid Stallions Pod Stallions 71: Summer of 1989






    We're back with an all-new episode and what better time to wax nostalgic about the summer of 1989 than the 30th anniversary (sigh) of the release of Tim Burton's "Batman".


    We get into the Superhero event of the summer along with the "other" comic book movie that season, delve into Star Trek V, Do the Right Thing, The Abyss, Jason Takes Manhattan and of course, the hit of the decade, Young Einstein!

    We take a side step into our minimum wage jobs, movie theatres, comic stores and how much i miss my metabolism.



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    When I try either to listen or download, I get an error message saying "Not Found Here."
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    Thanks for pointing it out, it's been sorted so you should be able to get it now.

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    Great topic choice! Will listen today.
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    I think you guys talked more about Yahoo Serious than Batman.


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    I graduated HS in 1989....great memories!

    -Chris

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    Yes, got it now--great show. I remember the fun of going to the theater as these films were released, and I do have a soft spot for Star Trek V.
    Hugh H. Davis

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    I enjoyed it! Yes, that turned out to be the summer of Batman. I remember all of the merchandise for the movie....tons of t-shirts. I barely remember Yahoo Serious.

    - Ian
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    Our family vacation was a road trip to Denver that summer. Got a toybiz batman at toys r us before we went. got joker along the way. read the novelization as we drove. had some collectors magazine that started my lifelong dream to own an Ideal superqueen Batgirl....got to denver friday afternoon of opening day, theater was packed so we couldn't even sit together. i just sat in amazement. what a great summer

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    That was a bad Summer for me. I have a hard time hearing nostalgia about it. It just makes me wanna curl up and hide.

    Which is weird, because I love all these movies. It's just that thinking about them in the context of that summer makes me uncomfortable.
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