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Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
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So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
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Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
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i kinda see your point as a parent my self i am real tired of adult programing aka south park or family guy and outhers masqueradering as cartoons pushing adult themes on kids who just dont understand what they are talking this is just plain wrong
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
 Quoting: Dundas


Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
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Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
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My kids loved nature shows with animals and stuff. There are all sorts of cool dvds out there that are way more chill and educational than cartoons.

And usually kids will want to watch animals messing around over cartoons anyway.....atleast mine did.
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
I looked for it, but couldn't find it. There is a new show called "The Looney Tunes Show" that puts the classic characters into new, modern situations. The lottery issue is not listed among them, but it could be a side plot in one episode.

Interestingly, one of the plots is about Yosemite Sam "going off the grid," perhaps to re-invent him as a right-wing survivalist-type nutjob.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
I looked for it, but couldn't find it. There is a new show called "The Looney Tunes Show" that puts the classic characters into new, modern situations. The lottery issue is not listed among them, but it could be a side plot in one episode.

Interestingly, one of the plots is about Yosemite Sam "going off the grid," perhaps to re-invent him as a right-wing survivalist-type nutjob.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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That must be it. It was the new version of looney tunes.
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o god not this bullshit again

so all those crazy people back then who didnt watch tv... like that dude who impaled peoples heads on spikes and those guys from the inquisition

they where straight up honorable people eh..
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
OP, check out some of the old '60's stuff on dvd's.

Gilligan's Island is exceptionally tame, for instance.

They sneaked alot of stuff thru in series such as Bewitched and Addam's Family, though.

Another thing to consider when choosing material for kids (or yourself) is the pacing of the dialogue/scene-cuts. Even back in the '60's some shows were so fast paced that kids become hyperactive nuts after viewing.

Good catch with your observations, OP.
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
 Quoting: Dundas


Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
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Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
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Both my kids are commended on each TAKS and are in the highest level Band each school offers (symphonic)... they watch CN frequently. We get compliments on how well behaved my children are (especially teachers). I guess I fail to see how Cartoon Network and a child's behavior seem to go hand in hand.

It's quite obvious that your kids don't take after you, given the useless drivel you're spouting.
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1 Star for this piece of Shit.

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Any of yall remember the pokemon story?

An episode aired in Japan years ago that had a 1 second flash of 12 color sequences. It sent hundreds of kids into seizures.

Yeah, great programing for kids.
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My kids loved nature shows with animals and stuff. There are all sorts of cool dvds out there that are way more chill and educational than cartoons.

And usually kids will want to watch animals messing around over cartoons anyway.....atleast mine did.
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Mine, too. :)
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Television is the biggest social engineering tool available. Even if the show's producers have no bad intentions, there are powerful elements within the studio that will ensure that the agenda is followed.

This truth is self evident once you are awake. Those who refuse to believe it have a long ways to go..
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It only has an effect if your mind is already programmed and 'perverted'/'coverted'. Kids don't know enough to catch that kind of stuff or blow little things out of proportion.
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
 Quoting: Dundas


Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
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Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
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Both my kids are commended on each TAKS and are in the highest level Band each school offers (symphonic)... they watch CN frequently. We get compliments on how well behaved my children are (especially teachers). I guess I fail to see how Cartoon Network and a child's behavior seem to go hand in hand.

It's quite obvious that your kids don't take after you, given the useless drivel you're spouting.
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Yeah, but when the day comes that they are to receive their 'mark' for all commerce, i'm sure they'll be first in line to get the new cool techno gadget.

So your kids are how old and watching CN?
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Kids can think too. Give 'em the chance to do so.

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Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
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Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
 Quoting: Dundas

Both my kids are commended on each TAKS and are in the highest level Band each school offers (symphonic)... they watch CN frequently. We get compliments on how well behaved my children are (especially teachers). I guess I fail to see how Cartoon Network and a child's behavior seem to go hand in hand.

It's quite obvious that your kids don't take after you, given the useless drivel you're spouting.
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Yeah, but when the day comes that they are to receive their 'mark' for all commerce, i'm sure they'll be first in line to get the new cool techno gadget.

So your kids are how old and watching CN?
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Both are teens and I'll leave it at that. Shit I watch cartoon network. I'm still failing to see the point you're making. You raise your kids how you see fit and I'll do the same. It's seems to be working.

And your first question. My kids are quite patient, save every little bit they earn and then buy what they want. Let me ask you the same thing... how many of those gadgets do your kids own? Hello Kettle, it's me Pot, your black.
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So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
 Quoting: Dundas


Nature shows? You really are a new parent.LOL Congrats on the little one, btw.

I agree you have to be vigilant but kids are going to want to watch cartoons. Watch what they are watching and have conversations with them. Don't try to shield them too much. They know how to get around too much parental control. It is their job.LOL
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Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
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Amen brutha. This is exactly how we're raising our 4-year-old.
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Dang this thread got knocked down fast!
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It cause the premise of the thread is retarded. 666 is just a number. Nothing in the Bible references this number. It is merely a mis-translation.
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P.S. I see the same "semi"-subliminal shit as well and don't let my kid anywere near that garbage.

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Interestingly, one of the plots is about Yosemite Sam "going off the grid," perhaps to re-invent him as a right-wing survivalist-type nutjob.

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Ummmm, no. I have a 16 year old son and 17 year old daughter. Both are star athletes in high school and were recently commended on their exit-level TAKS tests. They were raised watching nature shows and being outside. I kept them from watching all the regular kids programing and back then everyone else with kids thought i was weird.....now all those same parents can't believe why their kids are fuck-ups and mine are respectful, healthy badasses.

So i'm raising my new son the same way.

If you wanna let your child's head be filled with the propaganda that spews from the kids shows these days then you're a fuckin retard.
 Quoting: Dundas

Both my kids are commended on each TAKS and are in the highest level Band each school offers (symphonic)... they watch CN frequently. We get compliments on how well behaved my children are (especially teachers). I guess I fail to see how Cartoon Network and a child's behavior seem to go hand in hand.

It's quite obvious that your kids don't take after you, given the useless drivel you're spouting.
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Yeah, but when the day comes that they are to receive their 'mark' for all commerce, i'm sure they'll be first in line to get the new cool techno gadget.

So your kids are how old and watching CN?
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Both are teens and I'll leave it at that. Shit I watch cartoon network. I'm still failing to see the point you're making. You raise your kids how you see fit and I'll do the same. It's seems to be working.

And your first question. My kids are quite patient, save every little bit they earn and then buy what they want. Let me ask you the same thing... how many of those gadgets do your kids own? Hello Kettle, it's me Pot, your black.
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Obviously you are not a believer and this nonsense of propaganda and 666 and whatnot is a waste of your time.

Nothing to see here. Move along chump....

and to answer your question about gadgets, they each own a cell phone for emergencies. No computers, no iphone. My daughter spends her time practicing for her track events and my son is into strength and conditioning, and MMA. Both are avid readers.

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My kids loved nature shows with animals and stuff. There are all sorts of cool dvds out there that are way more chill and educational than cartoons.

And usually kids will want to watch animals messing around over cartoons anyway.....atleast mine did.
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I've been trying to get my son away from all the b.s. rubbish they show in the modern cartoons.

The only thing that has worked so far? The Weather Channel of Food Network. LOL!

Now I have to battle with his notion of wanting to go outside to observe a tornado when the weather gets bad. At least I know he'll be able to make a mean steak on the grill, and some amazing mexican cuisine. I do wish they would get into some in depth stuff on cooking wild game.

Enjoy the time with your baby. They don't stay that way long at all. Take as many pictures or videos as you can. There are days when it breaks your heart to know that your little one has grown so quick.

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your afraid of cartoons

must have been at a hotel taking his wife to the insane aslyum

feel sorry for his brat

she has a coward retard dad
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lol.. how does it feel to worry about nonsense? Wouldn't have been an issue if you were singing with or reading to them, right?


Let the tv raise your kids, bitch about the results.

what a winner.
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It only has an effect if your mind is already programmed and 'perverted'/'coverted'. Kids don't know enough to catch that kind of stuff or blow little things out of proportion.
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wow, you uhh, don't know shit.
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
So yesterday in the afternoon i'm sitting at the hotel. My wife is working out at the fitness room and i'm chillin with me 4 month old son. The TV just happened to be on Cartoon Network, (not that my son is old enough to watch it, and i wouldn't let him even if he was), and i caught something crazy.

I was on my laptop and the TV was just on in the background and i happened to look up and see bugs bunny and daffy duck arguing. It was the new version of looney tunes, not the old ones. Anyway, bugs is trying to tell daffy that daffy didn't win the lottery. Daffy keeps shaking the lottery ticket in the air saying he won. Then i hear daffy say how he did win cause 666 was the winning number and 666 is on his lottery ticket. Then bugs tells daffy that he's holding his ticket upside-down and the real numbers aren't 666, but 999.

I thought that was pretty damn weird. I know CN has alot of sly little shit like that running in their cartoons so be aware as parents.

Another time i saw about 2 minutes of a jimmy neutron episode where his dad is having a talk with jimmy. His dad literally said, "It was like the day i sat on a banana, and i've never been the same since."

I shit you not. The character actually said that word for word. So anyway, be vigilant and let your kids watch nature shows instead of the evil propaganda that the elites try and use to brain wash the kids.

Peace.
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wait till you catch their station splash right before going to a break where some cartoon thing is humping Lincoln's leg at the Lincoln Memorial. - enough to make ya puke.
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
Kids' cartoon shows are the worst mindfuckery out there... and think about it, why wouldn't they be??

They're totally full of symbolism, sexual programming, and all kinds of nasty shit that no child should ever be exposed to...

Yet mindless sheeple let their little sheeple babies watch the shit all day long. It's fucking screwed, all of it.
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06/09/2011 05:35 PM
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Re: Parents beware of Cartoon Network, i saw something yesterday...
your afraid of cartoons

must have been at a hotel taking his wife to the insane aslyum

feel sorry for his brat

she has a coward retard dad
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Lol, you ever in Texas post a thread, we'll meet and post the vid on GLP. We'll see who the coward is.