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Old 06-05-2006, 07:36 PM   #11
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They just picked up pee-wee's playhouse for re-runs.
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Have to admit, once I'm done babysitting my friends kids, and watching cartoons for hours, looking forward to tv of the non cartoon genre lol, still I'm the lunatic that recently bought all the old x-men cartoons on dvd. still looking for the old dungeons and dragons cartoons... I be thinking I have issues
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Have to admit, once I'm done babysitting my friends kids, and watching cartoons for hours, looking forward to tv of the non cartoon genre lol, still I'm the lunatic that recently bought all the old x-men cartoons on dvd. still looking for the old dungeons and dragons cartoons... I be thinking I have issues
I liked the first X-Men cartoons too, and some of those others from the early to mid 90's. The Tick was cool ("spoon" ), and I will admit to watching the Ninja Turtles from time to time
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