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Re: OT: sponge burning!

On Friday 02 February 2007 04:28, Mihira Fernando wrote:
> Hal Vaughan wrote:
> [snip]
> >>> Naaa... South Park :)
> >>
> >> /South Park/ and /Family Guy/ are funny in small doses.  Mostly,
> >> they are just boorish.
> >>
> >> /Futurama/ is *the* modern animated show.
> >
> > If you're talking modern, my vote is for Gargoyles.
> All this talk about Animations and not even a peek about animations
> with substance.. Anime.
> All time favorites remain Now and Then Here and There (
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Now_and_then_here_and_there )
>   and Grave of the fireflies (
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grave_of_the_fireflies )

Who said we were looking for deep substance?  I watch for fun.  I've got 
too much substance in my life.  For now, I'm wrestling with way too 
much programming and when that's done, it's back to writing and I write 
a lot about issues involving people searching for meaning in life.  
When I want a toon, I want a toon, not Shakespeare.

> --
> Random Quotes From Megas XLR
> Coop: You see? The mysteries of the Universe are revealed when you
> break stuff.
> Jamie: When in doubt, blow up a planet.
> Kiva: It's an 80 foot robot, if we can't see it, absolutely it's not
> here. Glorft Technician: Unnecessary use of force in capturing the
> Earthers has been approved.

Yep.  Those are real statements of substance! ;-)


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