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12 comments:

  1. Yes I did! Very clever and spot-on with the detail.

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  2. Hello:
    Yes, great fun and an amazing attention to detail. Perhaps a similar video with food through the same decades would also be interesting to see!!

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  3. That's amazing! I'm going to go make the Rascals watch it now.
    Thanks Fred.

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  4. Hi, Trish, I admit to having watched it 3 times and stopped it at certain points in my, ermmm, past for a closer look.

    Good morning, Jane and Lance, great idea! ready to volunteer here as a tester when the food video's in production.

    Dani, I'd love to know what the Rascals think of the outfits. As a kid, I believed that throughout history people wore what I was wearing or what parents were wearing, and only put on the shaggy furs, sleeveless surcotes, armor, bustles and the like, to pose for illustrations.

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  5. Love that! I can't wait to show the kids later today. It was a bit scary to see the 80's incarnation and wonder "was that really us back then"? Yikes :-)

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  6. JulieStyles, I'm trying to figure out why I actually wore some of that stuff. If only I had been decades older....

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  7. LR, yes, produced by perfectionists, a rare thing indeed.

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  8. This is awesome! And strangely the first thing on my mind is how long makeup/hair/costumes must have taken for the models!

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  9. Hi, Lisa, and also how long they must have practiced the dance moves... the whole thing just strikes me as a labor of love.

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  10. really great, and certainly a labor of love. i want to watch it again and again! thanks for sharing! :)

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  11. Thanks, ajr, glad you're enjoying it!

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