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29th Apr '16 6:45:45 AM JamesAustin
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29th Apr '16 6:36:01 AM JamesAustin
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* Wrestling/TheFabulousMoolah: It was during this decade that she got involved in the Rock 'n' Wrestling Connection, and was marketed by the WWF as holding the record for being Women's Champion for 28 years.


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* Wrestling/BullNakano: Debuted in 1983.


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* Wrestling/WendiRichter: Debuted in 1979, best remembered for her work in Wrestling/{{WWE}} in 1983-85.
19th Apr '16 7:06:18 PM ChesterPolarbear
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Politically speaking, the decade lasted roughly from the election of UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan on November 4, 1980 to the collapse of the Soviet Union on December 25, 1991, so almost 11 years. (Sometimes UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher becoming Prime Minister in 1979 is considered the start, especially in the UK.) Culturally, the decade lasted roughly from [[DeaderThanDisco Disco Demolition Night]] on July 12, 1979 to the release of {{Music/Nirvana}}'s album ''Music/{{Nevermind}}'' on September 24, 1991.

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Politically speaking, the decade lasted roughly from the election of UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan on November 4, 1980 to the collapse of the Soviet Union on December 25, 1991, so almost 11 years. (Sometimes UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher becoming Prime Minister in 1979 is considered the start, especially in the UK.) Culturally, the decade lasted roughly from [[DeaderThanDisco [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disco_Demolition_Night Disco Demolition Night]] on July 12, 1979 to the release of {{Music/Nirvana}}'s album ''Music/{{Nevermind}}'' on September 24, 1991.
6th Apr '16 5:33:51 AM Adept
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* CarWarsTabletopGame/CarWars
5th Apr '16 7:13:26 PM moonbooty
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* UncannyValleyMakeup: That bronzed, au naturale glow of the '70s was ''out''. Heavy pale foundation, rainbow eyeshadow up to the brows, rims and rims of eyeliner, severe blush on the hallows of the cheeks up to the ears, and glossy red lipstick was in. Like in the '20s, mass consumerism encouraged women to pack it on.

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* UncannyValleyMakeup: That bronzed, au naturale glow of the '70s was ''out''. Heavy pale foundation, rainbow eyeshadow up to the brows, rims and rims of eyeliner, severe blush on the hallows hollows of the cheeks up to the ears, and glossy red lipstick was in. Like in the '20s, mass consumerism encouraged women to pack it on.
5th Apr '16 7:12:36 PM moonbooty
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* UncannyValleyMakeup: That bronzed, au naturale glow of the '70s was ''out''. Heavy pale foundation, rainbow eyeshadow up to the brows, rims and rims of (sometimes also rainbow) eyeliner, severe blush up to the ears, and glossy or frosted red or pink lips was in.

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* UncannyValleyMakeup: That bronzed, au naturale glow of the '70s was ''out''. Heavy pale foundation, rainbow rainbow eyeshadow up to the brows, rims and rims of (sometimes also rainbow) eyeliner, severe blush on the hallows of the cheeks up to the ears, and glossy or frosted red or pink lips lipstick was in.in. Like in the '20s, mass consumerism encouraged women to pack it on.
5th Apr '16 12:36:27 PM moonbooty
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* BoyishShortHair: Even though massive manes were definitely most popular, a lot more women and girls were sporting short (though still just as poofy and ridiculous) haircuts, especially compared to the early '70s and its love of RapunzelHair.

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* BoyishShortHair: Even though massive manes were definitely most popular, the mainstream, a lot more women and girls were sporting short (though still just as poofy and ridiculous) haircuts, especially compared to the early '70s and its love of RapunzelHair.RapunzelHair. Businesswomen wore PowerHair to match their power suits, and female New Wave and punk musicians often had the same spiky, dramatic haircuts as the men.
2nd Apr '16 7:16:12 PM moonbooty
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* BoyishShortHair: Even though massive manes were definitely most popular, a lot more women and girls were sporting short (though still just as poofy and ridiculous) haircuts, especially compared to the early '70s and its love of RapunzelHair.
25th Mar '16 10:34:35 PM jormis29
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* ''Series/{{HapAndLeonard}}''

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* ''Series/{{HapAndLeonard}}''''Series/HapAndLeonard''
25th Mar '16 11:02:41 AM JC96
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* ''Series/{{HapAndLeonard}}''
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