Good Stuff from the 1993 Sunday Paper

Church and Sunday School are finally over, and here’s what 13-year-old me has to show for the experience: a general feeling of piety marred by only one sibling squabble and an empty threat of a punishment, a belly full of choclate-creme stuffed, powdered sugar donut enjoyed in the church basement, and full control of the Sunday paper, since my sister beat me to the computer, and my brother beat me to the NES.

Let’s open up the Anderson Herald-Bulletin and get to the good stuff, shall we?

Of course, we start with the comics. We zone in on the good stuff:

And by all means, let’s skip over both the really bad:

And the downright awful:
Because EVERYBODY hates Mondays, and cats don’t drink coffee. So you’re not so special.

Next, I’m going to whip out the Kohl’s calendar and flip straight to the mid-priced sterling silver jewelry, and of course the bodysuits in the Junior’s section. A similar search will be conducted in ads for Maurices, Paul Harris, and (as I luckily lived in the Midwest) The Shed.

Finally, just to keep up on current affairs, let’s scan some headlines…today in sports news history, this lovely lady won the US Figure Skating Championship. Let’s watch the free skate (and thank NK for both incorporating music from Beauty and the Beast and for always wearing costumes by Vera Wang):

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Miss Bliss lives, works, and reminisces about the golden age of her youth in the Midwest from the DC area. She’s a Scorpio, but only in the good senses of that term. To share your 1980s/1990s mem’ries, e-mail missblissindc@gmail.com.
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One Response to Good Stuff from the 1993 Sunday Paper

  1. I lived in a group house in 1993. It was the responsibility of whoever got to the paper first to remove the Family Circus from the comics page so noone else would accidentally read it. It’s like a car accident: it sucks you in, you look, and then you really wish you hadn’t.

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