Shawn Robare from Branded in the 80s interviewed on Strange Kids Club

Wanted to give a shout out to a great interview on the awesome blog Strange Kids Club (SKC).

Strange Kids Club

SKC posted an interview with Shawn Robare from Branded in the ’80s.  I’ve gotten to know Shawn over the years through visiting his blog and talking with him over Twitter.  You guys have probably noticed me linking and talking about him a lot.  He’s a great guy and Branded is one of my favorite websites to visit.  Now, thanks to this interview I have another favorite blog, Strange Kids Club.

Strange Kids Club is an awesome repository for pop culture nostalgia.  Lots of images and video links and great articles on trailers, cartoons, movies and wrestling.  Lots of fun and the design of the site is fantastic.  Congrats to Shawn on a nice interview and congrats to Strange Kids Club for a great blog.

So click on over and read the great interview with Shawn where, and he was very kind to do this, he mentions The Cavalcade of Awesome as one of his favorite blogs.  Right back at you, Shawn.  And stay tuned everyone as Shawn and I are trying to find something to do together.  It should be pants crappingly awesome.  I kid you not.


2 Responses to “Shawn Robare from Branded in the 80s interviewed on Strange Kids Club”

  1. Thanks for the kind words, Paxton. Shawn is most definitely one of those Toys ‘R Us kids (you know, the kind that never grow up) and it was a pleasure getting to pick his brain.

    Quite a site you’ve got here yourself, I can’t wait to see what you two kooky kids have in store.

  2. I like what you guys are up also. Such smart work and reporting! Carry on the superb works guys I have incorporated you guys to my blogroll. I think it will improve the value of my site :).

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