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Old September 1st, 2019 #61
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@TG: Your claim is this, no matter how one defines "short hair": i.e., that the girl on the right side of the photo (who played "Lucy") has the SAME length of hair as the cartoon character "Lucy". Not even close, as the side by side images clearly and emphatically prove beyond a shadow of a doubt. But if you wish to believe otherwise, go right ahead.
I don't know what the deal is, maybe a reading comprehension problem or miscommunication here.

I wrote in post #51

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...most of the females in the comic strip have short hair
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Um, Lucy (cartoon) has a short hairstyle ...check again. Hair is cut way above the neckline of her garment and you can see her pencil neck from any angle.
I was referring to the character in the cartoon in both posts. I wasn't comparing the actor 'Lucy' with the cartoon 'Lucy'.

Could be my fault I didn't state that in post 55 clearly, I've been kinda preoccupied. I'm posting from my boat offshore outside the entrance to NY harbor and fishing at the same time, so I'm going back and forth from the helm station where I have the electronics (and internet) to the cockpit to fish.

I stayed out here last night but I'll be making the trip back in before it gets dark, its still nice wx but its gonna start getting snotty as that hurricane moves up the coast and there aren't enough fish here to justify wasting more fuel.
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Old September 10th, 2019 #62
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Tom and Jerry!!!
 
Old September 25th, 2019 #63
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Tom and Jerry!!!
'The Simpsons'' "Itchy and Scratchy" was a parody on Tom and Jerry . .

. . 'The Simpsons' are society-critical . .

. . it was more or less a conscious-making of the brutality young kids are exposed to when Tom and Jerry battle each other ( as 'Itchy and Scratchy' in this parody was even more gory )

 
Old September 25th, 2019 #64
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Sorry if this thread come across as a bit immature yet . .
Highly immature & also highlights your obsession with pop culture & education via a controlled media.

It's why you thought country music was big in the "wild west", you watch TV, movies, cartoons, & live in the fantasies they feed you, role playing even.

You have no education, no knowledge, no critical thinking, no life, you are the perfect example of someone who is a slave to the modern world, a mindless drone, educated by the goggle box & conditioned to a role of uselessness & worthlessness.
 
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Highly immature & also highlights your obsession with pop culture & education via a controlled media.

It's why you thought country music was big in the "wild west", you watch TV, movies, cartoons, & live in the fantasies they feed you, role playing even.

You have no education, no knowledge, no critical thinking, no life, you are the perfect example of someone who is a slave to the modern world, a mindless drone, educated by the goggle box & conditioned to a role of uselessness & worthlessness.


. . that's how it is with pieces of shit . . they keep hanging on your ass . .

https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?...72#post2283172
 
Old September 25th, 2019 #66
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. . that's how it is with pieces of shit . . they keep hanging on your ass . .

https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?...72#post2283172
More ad hominems from Mr Fake?

Was this your last last word Mr internet fantasist?
 
Old September 26th, 2019 #67
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More ad hominems from Mr Fake?

Was this your last last word Mr internet fantasist?
Oh , and this is coming from someone who immediately sticks to ad hominems when he can't win an argument ( see the thread I linked ) . .

Sewer-sow , how does it feel to be exposed as a flamer , to then pretend to wonder when others "pay with the same coin" and then to dedicate one's pitiful existence to disturbing threads . . . ?

Hmmm ?

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. . . have no fear , you do NOT have to do productive / creative posts . . . just disturbing threads and being a flamer will do . . .
 
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Homer Simpson!!!!

 
Old November 13th, 2019 #69
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'The Simpsons'' "Itchy and Scratchy" was a parody on Tom and Jerry . .
Itchy & Scratchy - Le générique

. . 'The Simpsons' are society-critical . .

. . it was more or less a conscious-making of the brutality young kids are exposed to when Tom and Jerry battle each other ( as 'Itchy and Scratchy' in this parody was even more gory )

I was thinking the same thing when I first saw itchy and scratchy.
 
Old November 29th, 2019 #70
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'The Roman Holidays'


. . a scene about a family from ancient Rome and their adventures . .

You know . . pretty obvious that , based on the stories of the Flintstones and the Jetsons , a family from the alledged stone age and a family from the alledged 'future' , maybe they thought :"Well . .how 'bout something in between?"

Thus . . the Roman Holidays


 
Old November 30th, 2019 #71
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Tarzan ! !


. . you know . . raised by animals in the junge and then going wild.

. . .probably in a way not even 'Mowgli' could ever contrive . . .




 
Old January 10th, 2020 #72
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The punks from the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' show . .



. . especially Bebop and Rocksteady .


. . you know , who looked like this before they were mutated.


. . some of these punks looked funny I think..

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Old January 11th, 2020 #73
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My favorite animal superheroes: Underdog and Super Chicken.



The main villain in Underdog was called 'Simon Bar Sinister' :
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My favorite animal superheroes: Underdog and Super Chicken.

Underdog Cartoon theme song

"SUPER CHICKEN" CARTOON THEME
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. . . you think these guys "rule" , already . . . ?

Ya haven't seen 'Couragous Cat And Minute Mouse" yet





. . . another stupid animal "super-hero" crap from the 60's. .

I kind of like that jazzy intro though.


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The main villain in Underdog was called 'Simon Bar Sinister'


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