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Childhood Faves!
#11
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Scred.

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#12
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(January 19, 2021 at 5:47 pm)The Grand Nudger Wrote: I wanted to be everyone's neighbor, lol.  Anybody remember Captain Planet?

I do! How fucking lame would it be if you were the kid with the heart ring? Like, yay, I'm a glorified walkie-talkie! Maybe it meant you held sway over the hearts of those around you though? In that case it would be pretty cool. I wanted the fire ring! FIRE FIRE!
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#13
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The Bell Science Lab films they showed in school when I was a kid was the best we got.
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#14
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(January 19, 2021 at 5:59 pm)The Grand Nudger Wrote: UHF is definitely nostalgia territory.

It is carbon dating territory.
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#15
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Heckle & Jeckle! Those magpies were our roles models when we were kids. My one year younger brother (who was actually the instigator) and I were watched carefully by many mothers in our neighborhood.
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#16
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The Transformers cartoons sticks out for me atm. Glancing at them now, I don't know how or why I liked them in the first place; they're hilariously bad. There are other cartoons, but Transformers is the most memorable for me.
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#17
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I grew up on Captain Kangaroo as far as a kid show goes. I spent a lot of Sunday evenings watching Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom with dad. He was full of information when I had questions as he was in vet school at the time. We also watched The Wonderful World of Disney especially if there was a show about animals and dad's love of the ocean meant we never missed a Jacques Cousteau special.
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#18
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What the fuck is a heckle and a jeckle?
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#19
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(January 19, 2021 at 9:00 pm)arewethereyet Wrote: I grew up on Captain Kangaroo as far as a kid show goes.  I spent a lot of Sunday evenings watching Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom with dad.  He was full of information when I had questions as he was in vet school at the time.  We also watched The Wonderful World of Disney especially if there was a show about animals and dad's love of the ocean meant we never missed a Jacques Cousteau special.

Are we some kind of weird cousins or what? All you have to add is Lawrence Welk and the nightly Vietnam war.

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#20
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(January 19, 2021 at 9:00 pm)arewethereyet Wrote: I grew up on Captain Kangaroo as far as a kid show goes.  I spent a lot of Sunday evenings watching Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom with dad.  He was full of information when I had questions as he was in vet school at the time.  We also watched The Wonderful World of Disney especially if there was a show about animals and dad's love of the ocean meant we never missed a Jacques Cousteau special.

Fuck me, I forgot about that. Yea, outside of cartoons I watched that too.
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