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I am looking back on my life...

....and am beginning to think my old man DID know a thing or six and I should have paid more attention - Going thru life with your head in the clouds and the dreams of endless 22 yr old 6'0 brazilian babes with D Cups wearing a size (2) just is not reality (at least on my current income)

Then it hit me - It all became crystal clear...............


"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming WOW, what a RIDE !!"
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and then when I think it just is not right, I wonder if it is all just.........


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i once saw animal riding a duc, true story
Hence Mao's hatred towards all that is Muppet

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Hence Mao's hatred towards all that is Muppet
No. I was once molested by a Muppet. True story.

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No. I was once molested by a Muppet. True story.
Well, the Muppet does have the weight advantage going for it

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what happened to good television? anyone have an answer?
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It Jumped The Shark. As a Whole.

I'd say around the time reality TV shows started popping up.

either that, or after Barney Miller went off the air.
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or after Barney Miller went off the air.
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what happened to good television? anyone have an answer?
One word. Liberals




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what happened to good television?
1. WKRP In Cinci
2. Barney Miller
3. Welcome Back Kotter
4. Happy Days
5. Chico & The Man
6. Sanford & Son

I could go on and on but DAMN I miss the classics - I do watch "ME TV" to catch what I can but it is limited.

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im gonna put my kids in a time machine and sent them back to 91 and grow up from there.
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im gonna put my kids in a time machine and sent them back to 91 and grow up from there.
Dude - Send them to late 60's so they can experience the greatest and most fucked up decade of the 70's - I was a wee tot but got to experience it and it has made me the fuck up that i am proud to be today

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Dude - Send them to late 60's so they can experience the greatest and most fucked up decade of the 70's - I was a wee tot but got to experience it and it has made me the fuck up that i am proud to be today
no way man. 91 it is. my kids have to experience the arcade phase.
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My daughter is being brought up on tom and jerry and the smurfs soo far. she will be a child of the 80's




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no way man. 91 it is. my kids have to experience the arcade phase.
DOOOOOOD - The arcade came to be in the 80's with such greats as Space Invaders - Centipede & Millipede - Defender (AWESOME!!!) - Dig Dug - Pac Man - Ms Pac Man - Donkey Kong - Joust - Asteroids - Pole Position

The CLASSICS

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My daughter is being brought up on tom and jerry and the smurfs soo far. she will be a child of the 80's
awesome. i love tom & jerry. i teaches simple life lessons, the minimal dialogue helps kids to use their imagination more.

it's very depressing the more and more I think about it.

How bout Neverending Story, how awesome is that movie?
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DOOOOOOD - The arcade came to be in the 80's with such greats as Space Invaders - Centipede & Millipede - Defender (AWESOME!!!) - Dig Dug - Pac Man - Ms Pac Man - Donkey Kong - Joust - Asteroids - Pole Position

The CLASSICS
i hear ya but I'm talking about TNMT, Simpsons, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Out Run...etc.

this is what I grew up on so i have a slight bias.

simple, yet refined.
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i hear ya but I'm talking about TNMT, Simpsons, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Out Run...etc.

this is what I grew up on so i have a slight bias.

simple, yet refined.
Mortal Combat is Simple? I like how you think cowboy

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DOOOOOOD - The arcade came to be in the 80's with such greats as Space Invaders - Centipede & Millipede - Defender (AWESOME!!!) - Dig Dug - Pac Man - Ms Pac Man - Donkey Kong - Joust - Asteroids - Pole Position

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I cant even imagine how many quarters i pumped into pacman back at ledo's pizza in lagrange when i was a kid. Fookin Classic!!




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Mortal Combat is Simple? I like how you think cowboy
All kids do these days is change their myspace layouts, get pregnant and shoot kids at school.

It scares me to think what another 10 yrs will bring on.
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I cant even imagine how many quarters i pumped into pacman back at ledo's pizza in lagrange when i was a kid. Fookin Classic!!
That was me with Defender & Joust - If I saved all those quarters, I could afford one of those rare Gixxers I hear so much about - Alas, I did not so I cannot

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I cant even imagine how many quarters i pumped into pacman back at ledo's pizza in lagrange when i was a kid. Fookin Classic!!
Good luck finding an arcade that takes quarters these days, I think an average game is $1.00
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