the origanal troll scientist

skip to 4:30 for the troll.

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  • devilduck
  • January 15, 2012, 5:20 pm
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    this brings back memories :D
    and do we really want everyone on pogo sticks, you just know someone will do something stupid, like this:

    but he almost made it... with a little more practice(and a few less limbs, more bruises, and fractures) we'll all be hopping along just fine
    - MIKYTEY January 15, 2012, 11:34 pm
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    So many war references! It's amazing the things they put in these programs for children to see. Not that they necessarily understand it, but still :O

    And yet that generation grew up to be completely respectful, normal, unbiased members of society. It's today's cartoons that are the problem, all the potential creativity completely caved in by regulations on what *might* be inappropriate for kids to see.
    - Jackylegs August 5, 2012, 9:52 am
    Yep. I don't know about the US, but I think Looney Tunes is completely banned from Kids TV programs in the UK now - because it's too violent and often has references which are "too dangerous" for today's standards (eg. generic advert boards saying "SMOKE", people smoking, the "Sucker" and "Jackass" jokes they occasionally used, violence etc)
    - SkinnyBill August 5, 2012, 10:36 am
    wow... shame all their kids will grow up thinking the most creative thing to air was Thomas the Tank Engine or something
    - Jackylegs August 5, 2012, 11:36 am
    I used to watch Thomas the Tank Engine :'(

    But I used to love those 5 minute slots where they put in Looney Tunes. They showed semi-modern shows, but still shown these things, such as Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry etc. They didn't show any Disney on CBBC (children's BBC), probably because of the cost. They occasionally shown them on ITV though (another non-digital channel that was available).

    That was the other thing which used to annoy me a little - We never got digital TV until they announced that you needed to get it. No cable, no satellite. But, doesn't bother me that much.
    - SkinnyBill August 6, 2012, 6:19 am
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    haahahah loving the war propaganda

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    I loved watching these when I was a kid and then they ruined television for me when they decided to turn our children into pacifists who can't do anything fun because their feeling might get hurt or someone could get a scuffed up knee.

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