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At 8/17/11 03:19 PM, Bogoblin wrote: Danny Phantom
That ended like 5 years ago.
I did like those older shows, but my little brother seems to be more affected by the new kids shows like Word World than the new hyper cartoons.
In my high school it's apparently cool to yell out 'Adventure Time!' in a class, though. That's fucking dumb.
I know exactly what you're referring to.. Kids shows nowadays are either incredibly retarded (Flapjack) or trying too hard to shape kids into something that the surrounding community want to see but will never have (Suite Life)..
But lets face it the types of shows we watched growing up weren't exactly child-friendly..
Ed Edd n Eddy made countless tries to eat sweets which never turned out the way planned..
Tom & Jerry would beat each other senseless, the Looney Tunes would do the same, but take the piss doing it..
Samurai Jack would be taken off the tv if he wasn't slicing robots and slicing people instead..
But fuck it.. If we survived that mayhem, these kids can cope with their bullshit shows.. One thing that makes me proud of being a 80s kid is the fact that during our shows, we never had disclaimers saying "Do Not Try This At Home"
At 8/17/11 04:49 PM, Natick wrote:At 8/17/11 04:47 PM, Yert wrote: lowl wut happend to the GOOD stuff burh stopid fkeekne kids dese adyas dont know any rela shitWhat the fuck did are you trying to say? I can't understand this spelling, I don't even...
I'm making fun of the idiot OP, can't you tell?
At 8/17/11 03:20 PM, Ryanson wrote: All those cartoons you like, OP, are worse than the shit today. You argument is thus invalid.
Also cartoons don't make kids dumb. Older siblings do.
Well, I'll accept your opinion on the cartoons, that's fine, but your doesn't make my argument invalid, also, I have had no part in this kids stupidity, he has only been my brother for about two years, and I'd like to think he's been getting smarter since then, as hard as it is to see.
YES, EVERYTHING YOU DIDN'T WATCH SI UTTER SHIT!
HEY GUYS I LOVE LUCY WAS SHIT BECAUSE OP NEVER WATCHED IT!
At 8/17/11 06:54 PM, Viktor wrote: YES, EVERYTHING YOU DIDN'T WATCH SI UTTER SHIT!
HEY GUYS I LOVE LUCY WAS SHIT BECAUSE OP NEVER WATCHED IT!
I liked I love Lucy......
There's nothing wrong with cartoons, just aslong as they're not broadcasted on nick or CN, but things like Bleach are ok, even for an 8 year old, I mean seriously my cousin's in an early grade and he plays COD black ops and Saints Row!
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90's cartoons are teh best blah blah blah. Yes, we know, I'm sick of seeing this all over the internet.
Indeed. It's a good idea to make the moral of the cartoon more open, and make it humorous but serious. Because if you don't balance it and go off too far, you're going with imbeciles who don't have a clue of what they are doing, and kids who behave like soldiers, making the world very boring and unfun.
At 8/17/11 07:06 PM, Natick wrote:At 8/17/11 05:09 PM, Yert wrote: I'm making fun of the idiot OP, can't you tell?But at least his spelling is coherent.
I still thought it was funny. Yert was being an ass, but I was still laughing.
I grew up with a baboon that liked to show off his ass and a dog with anger management problems pulling nerve endings out of the hole where his teeth used to be. Shut the fuck up. Cartoon are, and always will be, stupid as fuck.
I'm just a dreamer.
DANMMIT WHATS HAPPENING TO THE SHOWS WE KNOW AND LOVE
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At 8/17/11 06:49 PM, streetbob wrote: Well, I'll accept your opinion on the cartoons, that's fine, but your OPINION doesn't make my argument invalid,
The fact that kids that watched the same shows you did didn't all get good grades and some kids that watch the same shows your brother does do get good grades makes your argument invalid. You're basing your argument that recent tv shows meant for kids are making them dumb on the fact that your brother gets C's in school.
also, I have had no part in this kids stupidity, he has only been my brother for about two years, and I'd like to think he's been getting smarter since then, as hard as it is to see.
Who would have thought that people get smarter as they get older?
Listen, I miss the old cartoons as well. I especially miss "Life with Louie" plenty. But then again, adults in our generation miss the cartoons they watched during their time of childhood. Surely you've heard an adult or two talk longingly about "Ghostbusters" or "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe". And when your brother grows up, he'll start missing the cartoons that you were complaining about. This is because every person misses the cartoons they watched during their childhood.
Sure, those cartoons may seems stupid to you, and from time to time they seem stupid to me too. But your brother likes them.
Your brother gets to become a child only once. Let him spend it whichever way he likes.
At 8/17/11 02:43 PM, streetbob wrote: and I make straight A's in school, compared to his report card, which is an army of C's.
Now you're just showing off there. You're twice his age and he's a kid. You can begin comparing your intelligence to his when you're both adults.
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At 8/17/11 02:43 PM, streetbob wrote: Down with Adventure!
What, you mean Adventure Time? Because if you do, fuck you and the horse you rode in on, AT is awesome, and this is coming from someone who agrees that the older cartoons were generally better.
(If you meant some other cartoon I've never heard of, I apologize.)
Ed, Edd N' Eddy was fucking boss. I loved that cartoon so much. I remember one day they showed like 10 episodes in a row. The feelings I have experienced during that day were similar to going to heaven.
At 8/18/11 07:10 AM, MrSaint wrote: Ed, Edd N' Eddy was fucking boss. I loved that cartoon so much. I remember one day they showed like 10 episodes in a row. The feelings I have experienced during that day were similar to going to heaven.
I loved that show too, it's too bad they stopped airing it here :(
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Disney channel caters specifically to kids and all their jokes revolve around some form of screaming. Every single episode of something on that trash of a channel has someone screaming in it and kids just eat that shit up.
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Okay, I wanted to give three replys, then let this damned thing die.
To Mrty, Yeah I agree with the first part of your comment, but I didn't mean to compare my current grades to his, I was comparing his grades to the grades I had when I was HIS age.
To Sumarongi, I was talking about Flapjacks catch phase. Every once in a while he'll yell out "ADVENTURE!!!!" in an all caps rage or some shit.
To Confucianism, Yeah, Jackie Chan Adventures was awesome for a while, but I near the forth and fifth season, you could tell they had ran out of ideas.
Okay, thats the last thing that needs to be said. Bye.
P.S. Let this fucking thing die, like all of the good cartoons. Imma go watch the History Channel.
At 8/17/11 02:43 PM, streetbob wrote:
What happened to the good shows?? Where the hell is Ed, Edd N' Eddy, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Kids Next Door, SCOOBY-FUCKING-DOO!? Where are all the shows that actually had a PLOT!?
Ed, Edd N' Eddy was fun, yes and so was Scooby Doo, but they had absolutely no plot at all.