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What Are The Best Slot Games Based On Throwback Films?

As exciting as a couple of rounds of online slots can be, sometimes you just want something more familiar to keep you engrossed in a game. Most online slot players would admit a little extra something visually is essential to the slot game experience. When those visuals are from your favourite classic film, you’re really onto a winner. Movies and slots go hand in hand. The glitz and glamour of the casino world (even if it is virtual) meshes naturally with the bright lights of Hollywood. It’s why even today you see developers publishing casino games based on

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The Best Movie-themed Slot Machines

There are lots of ways to spend your free time. Lots of people watch movies to relax, while others open slot machines. Yet, what if you like both of these activities? Then you can access the casino, get the first deposit bonus in Canada and choose a movie-themed slot machine. Here are the most popular ones.RamboA series of legendary action movies starring Sylvester Stallone did not leave indifferent the iSoftBet developers. Impressed by the heroic exploits of John Rambo, the developers created a slot with the same name in 2013. Among the advantages of the game note the quality

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Technology in Education (The 1980s)

Most recently, seeing developments in technology has not been regarded as much of an achievement. People see new technologies every now and then, which has led to these discoveries not being perceived as exciting. The entire world has come a long way from the first use of technology in education. In the 80s, people regarded every development as a huge achievement as digital technology was still at its grassroots levels. Here is a breakdown of the most common technologies that were popular back then and how they were used in the educational sector:Paperboy2016, CC0, via Wikimedia CommonsThe rise of

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Greatest Heavy Metal Albums of the 1980s

Heavy Metal is one of the most popular genres of music in the world. This was especially big in the 1980s when it was common to see kids with long hair and black t-shirts listening to heavy metal. This was also the era when a lot of heavy metals lived like true rockstars with extravagant lifestyles. These acts would tour all over the world playing to packed stadiums.The heavy metal lifestyle was known to be that of decadence with a lot of sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll. If you wanted to know how to become a high roller,

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Gaming in the 80's

For those that experienced the 80’s, its hard to forget the fond memories of being able to wear bright neon clothes, making mix tapes and working out with Jane Fonda. And for those born after this golden decade, it’s clear to see that the 80’s is still having an impact on future generations, with today’s teens still listening to Bon Jovi whilst fashion stores such as Asos and Topshop are bringing back 80’s fashion style. However, one aspect of the 80’s that was most iconic was the culture of gaming. With the likes of

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Top Education Technologies Students in 80s Could Only Dream About

The world of technologies is developing at railway speed. More and more innovative software and services appear on the market each day. The students all over the world can benefit from using the Internet and digital libraries, as well as study at college or university remotely. Which technologies were not available to students in the 80s? Let’s discover the best apps and services that can be used by modern students only. Paper writing solutionsIs it possible to get my papers done with no effort? Who can do my homework for me cheap? Can anyone do my homework online? These

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Rick Moranis’ Is Back And Set To Make A Hollywood Return After A 20 Year Hiatus

Guess who's back, back again? Moranis's back, tell a friend!One of my all time favorite actors is going to grace us with an appearance on the silver screen. Remember him from Strange Brew? Or maybe Ghostbusters? Little Shop Of Horrors? Way back when in 1997, Rick Moranis began what would become a long break from acting. He wanted to dedicate his time to his two children as a widower. He has not appeared in a live-action film since, other than some voice-over work for a few animated films, notably Disney's Brother Bear.Maybe his most iconic role was that

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Die Hard's Reginald VelJohnson Reveals How Al Powell Got Him Cast On Family Matters

Watching Die Hard is like watching a little piece of history. It truly has remained one of the greatest movies of all time no matter how much time passes. Maybe we didn't know how special it was when we first saw it, but as the decades go on, it has become clear that it's a true classic that is basically required viewing for every single person. Everyone obviously thinks of Bruce Willis when they think about Die Hard, which makes sense because he embodies John McClane in a way that makes him feel real, but he's not the only iconic

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How Much Are The Original American Girl Dolls Actually Worth?

Chances are that when you were growing up there were a few dolls that you always wanted. There were some Barbie dolls that were absolutely coveted, there were of course the iconic Cabbage Patch Dolls that everyone needed, but there was one brand that seemed to take the cake when it came to the most desirable doll on the market. American Girl dolls were probably the fanciest things our tiny brains could dream of owning. Sure, they cost a pretty penny when they first came out, but if you could convince your parents that they were worth it, you were

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10 Movies That Completely Terrified You As A Kid, And Probably Still Do

I know there were a lot of classic horror movies that came out when we were young, but you know what else there were? A whole bunch of movies disguised as these feel-good children's movies or cartoons that were safe for kids that ended up scarring us for life. A lot of movies out there that had these sequences in them that haunted our nightmares, crossing our minds when we were trying to go to bed. Then there were others that gave us a grim realistic view of the mortality of us all, and let me tell you, we weren't