For Army Judge...<3

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  1. justblue

    justblue Law Topic Starter Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I saw that and chuckled.

    You gotta feel for the folks that keep the alleged bad guys locked away.
     
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    justblue Law Topic Starter Well-Known Member

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    I feel for the children who's parents play psychological weapons for them. :p
     
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    That song is the ringtone on my phone :)
     
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    justblue Law Topic Starter Well-Known Member

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    I always knew there was something wrong with you. :p
     
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    That explains a lot.
     
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    Trust me, I had heard it, just didn't know what it was.
    I have grands even great-grands.
    Their parental units enjoy that mess more than their kiddos. :)
     
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    justblue Law Topic Starter Well-Known Member

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    I stayed away from messes like that...my kiddo's were weaned on classical, blues, jazz and golden oldies.
     
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    Same here, my daughter could sit with me for hours listening to good music.

    That shark stuff is close to "cruel and unusual" punishment. LOL

    I think the parental units feign liking it, because their kids liked it.
    One of my grands loved that Blues Clues guy.
    Sigh, the cartoons I watched were cartoons.
    Although, I do enjoy South Park.
    Did you see the "Pandemic Special"?



    His death was "Covid-related".
     
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    justblue Law Topic Starter Well-Known Member

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    lol...I gotta confess that lil'blu and I loved to watch Blues Clues....but the one with Steve, not Joe. Joe sucked. Lil'blu went through a phase were she would watch the same Barney video over and over. I allowed it because she would use the video to work on her words....but I thought I would lose my ever-lovin' mind. After 6 months Barney had an "accident" and became unraveled. We buried him in the yard with prayers and flowers for his grave. After the graveside service we went into the house and I gave lil'blu a gift to cheer her up...it was a Sesame Street DVD (SS blows Barney out of the water!!). She happily popped it in the player and I happily poured a glass of wine and did a little happy dance. No more purple dinosaur.
     
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    I raised my kids in the era of Sesame Street and Mr. Rogers. We also got a Canadian t.v. station here that carried some great children's programming.

    Once the grands came along, they fortunately weren't into Barney. They did watch Blues Clues some when they were at my house but never enough for it to become too annoying for me. My oldest granddaughter, who is 21 now, really loved the old school cartoons, like Tom & Jerry and, going back even further, she adored Felix the Cat. We still have some old classic cartoon DVDs around that we bought for her.

    Unfortunately, with three of the four local grands being girls, we did get stuck watching some of the umpteen Barbie movies multiple times, until I would conveniently "misplace" the DVDs.

    I haven't ever even listened to the Baby Shark song all the way through. From what I have heard, however, I can see where it would be great as a torture device!
     
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    justblue Law Topic Starter Well-Known Member

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    For cartoons my favorites are old timey looney toons, Pink Panther (not the talkie...who ever though having the Pink Panther talk was a bloody fool.) and Pinky and the Brain.

    Neither of my girls we into Barbie, dolls or movies. Thank You, God!!
     
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    I got around to watching The South Park Pandemic Special last night.

    SOOOO funny.
     
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    My husband & I love the old Looney Toons we grew up with, occasionally when there's nothing else on the million channels we get with our cable package, we'll turn on a cartoon channel and watch some of those. We both also have really fond memories of watching The Flintstones and The Jetsons.

    And never having raised girls, I was spared the Barbie madness...until I was blessed with five granddaughters!
     
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