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Here's a great little story, Dave Amos now aged 65 recently announced his retirement. I don't expect you to know Dave Amos as he isn't famous, but I won't ever forget him now. 25 years prior to his retirment, Dave Amos was driving around in a fancy silver Porsche 911 C. In order to fund his business startup, Amos sold the car for Â£8,500. His business turned out to be a success (considering his retirement) but that isn't where the story ends. Bill Duke, Amos' business partner, was looking for the perfect retirement gift for a man he looked up to. He remembered stories Dave would tell of his 911 C and he had a great idea. Duke decided to track down the old thing, buy it back and give it to his boss as a retirment gift! I'm quite a ways off from retiring but here's hoping I get something as awesome as a car for my retirement gift, let alone a Porsche!
God, I loved The Cryptkeeper. It was just scary enough for a kid without causing nightmares. Perfect. Each episode begins with a tracking shot leading to the front door of the Crypt Keeper's decrepit mansion. Once inside, the camera pans down hallways and stairways, and finally descends into the basement. The show's host, the Crypt Keeper, then pops out from his coffin, cackling wildly. Then, the slime covers the screen while showing the title. The Crypt Keeper is an animated corpse, as opposed to the original comics in which he was a living human being. The wisecracking Crypt Keeper, who was voiced by John Kassir and performed by puppeteer Van Snowden, would then introduce the episode with intentionally hackneyed puns (e.g. his frequent greeting to viewers: "Hello, Boils and Ghouls" or "Hello, Kiddies").