Sunday, July 12, 2009

70th "Cool Person's" link


I hate to call the fans of Mesa Verde Times "followers" so I named your catagory "The last of the cool people". Aren't we? Aren't we the last? Hell yes we are.


Anyway, 70th cool person M S, sent me this link:




I don't know about you but I can't live without one of each! They remind me of something you would have seen at the Centorium in 1984 and I will gloriously adorn my Mid-life body with each and every design.


The world needs more of this kind of work. Thanks M S!

11 comments:

  1. Saw this awhile back. Nice to see they are still selling them. BTW, who the Hell is MS? Am I just missing something here?

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  2. I’ve often wondered how they have gotten around copyright issues with this. None the less it’s comforting to know there is a band of Horizons loving geek cool in existence all over the nation,

    Rock On Horizons Love

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  3. I'm going to get some of those shirts and wear them to WDW when I go in January. It'll be interesting to see if I get any comments from anyone there.

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  4. I have a Horizons memorial hat that I always wear to EPCOT Center and have gotten more than one look from Mission:Death cast members like I am crazy. Does anyone know what actual HORIZONS merchandise was sold, if any? I'd love to know.

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  5. remember that fitted Ts look better on almost everyone than "classic" fit but order at least one size up. ;)

    --The Fashion Police

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  6. Ya want a cool link, eh?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Disney-EPCOT-Center-Horizons-Retired-Ride-Vehicle_W0QQitemZ250357927502QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item3a4a7ece4e&_trksid=p3286.m20.l1116

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  7. @Gil: I saw that, isn't it cool? With the technology that exists today, I wonder how hard it would be to create a true-to-life CGI Horizons ride film and show it on a large screen positioned in front of the ride vehicle. It'd be a pretty cool way to recreate the Horizons experience. For a really cool effect, you could do the film in stereoscopic 3D. I've always thought that something like this would be a great way for Disney to bring back old rides without actually going to the expense of reconstructing them.

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  8. These shirts are great! I am getting an "Old School" EPCOT ringer for my trip to WDW at the end of September.

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  9. Oh my god! I can't believe the shirt I made got posted here! I feel so honored. I was just as surprised that the copyright gods didn't descend on me like I thought they would but, thankfully all is well. My boyfriend kept telling me to send you a link to my shirts, but it just didn't feel right for some reason. I guess word of mouth is even better! I'm glad that you like it.

    -Ivonne (SpookyBear)

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  10. dude, those shirts rock! I am gpoing to get one and then tell my friends about it.....

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