As we exit the smoldering Chicxulub-sized crater that is 2016, I honestly just want to move right on and go right ahead and post my regularly scheduled posts as a cute, funny light in the dark. To that end, here's something ridiculous I found in an old magazine:
There's a lot going on here.
"Forrest Gump" was a genuine phenomenon in the mid 1990's. A lot of that had to do with the song score. The soundtrack was one of the first CDs my mother owned and listened to on a regular basis (Side note: Soundtracks everyone's mom seemed to have a copy of in their car back in the day include "Forrest Gump", "The Bodyguard", and "Beaches".) It was basically one-stop shopping for the greatest hits of the Baby Boomer era.
So here is an ad for a CD-ROM companion to that soundtrack. You know how modern blu-ray discs have loads of special features? This was like a blu-ray without the movie. Also, you could only play it on your computer. Also also, it looks like much of the content is now on the "Forrest Gump" 20'th anniversary blu-ray, which is nice.
So there we are. A nice little post to kick the dust off the tires and get rolling again. Next up, either drawings of dogs, drawings of frogs, or a review of Darren Naish's Dinosaur book.
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