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2013-01-23 01:20:40 PM
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2013-01-23 02:33:37 PM

Shadowknight: Onkel Buck: PainInTheASP: DubyaHater: No, because I'm an adult who hasn't watched cartoons in years. Hell, I haven't owned a television in 5 years and I am better for it. Nothing but trash and lowbrow humor on TV nowadays.

So why did you bother with this thread then?

People who don't watch TV are much like vegans and Prius owners, in that they have to tell you about it very chance they get.

Don't forget Mac owners and fundie Christians. Both are a step above a sacrificial cult that can't wait to tell you why they are happier and/or better than you.


Or people who hate cats, or clowns. They have that need to not only tell you they can't stand them, they try to tell you why you should too. Makes me want to shove a cat dressed as a clown down their pants.
 
2013-01-23 03:00:36 PM

Optimal_Illusion: Shadowknight: Onkel Buck: PainInTheASP: DubyaHater: No, because I'm an adult who hasn't watched cartoons in years. Hell, I haven't owned a television in 5 years and I am better for it. Nothing but trash and lowbrow humor on TV nowadays.

So why did you bother with this thread then?

People who don't watch TV are much like vegans and Prius owners, in that they have to tell you about it very chance they get.

Don't forget Mac owners and fundie Christians. Both are a step above a sacrificial cult that can't wait to tell you why they are happier and/or better than you.

Or people who hate cats, or clowns. They have that need to not only tell you they can't stand them, they try to tell you why you should too. Makes me want to shove a cat dressed as a clown down their pants.


A clown cat... or a cat clown... that's just terrifying! That's nightmare fuel.
 
Ant
2013-01-23 03:37:36 PM

DubyaHater: No, because I'm an adult who hasn't watched cartoons in years. Hell, I haven't owned a television in 5 years and I am better for it. Nothing but trash and lowbrow humor on TV nowadays.


Obligatory:
The number one reason why white people like not having a TV is so that they can tell you that they don't have a TV.

On those lonely nights when white people wish they could be watching American Idol, Lost, or Grey's Anatomy, they comfort themselves by thinking of how when people talk about the show tomorrow they can say "I didn't see it, I don't have a TV. That stuff rots your brain."

It is effective in making other white people feel bad, and making themselves feel good about their life and life choices.

Though these people often fill their time by talking with other friends who don't watch TV about how they don't watch TV, looking at leaves, cooking, reading books about left wing politics, and going to concerts/protests/poetry slams.

Generally this makes them very boring and gives you very little to talk to them about. It's important that you NEVER suggest they are making a mistake or that there is a value to owning a TV. You should just try to steer the conversation to allow them to talk about how they are better than you.
 
2013-01-23 04:20:21 PM

Ant: DubyaHater: No, because I'm an adult who hasn't watched cartoons in years. Hell, I haven't owned a television in 5 years and I am better for it. Nothing but trash and lowbrow humor on TV nowadays.

Obligatory:
The number one reason why white people like not having a TV is so that they can tell you that they don't have a TV.

On those lonely nights when white people wish they could be watching American Idol, Lost, or Grey's Anatomy, they comfort themselves by thinking of how when people talk about the show tomorrow they can say "I didn't see it, I don't have a TV. That stuff rots your brain."

It is effective in making other white people feel bad, and making themselves feel good about their life and life choices.

Though these people often fill their time by talking with other friends who don't watch TV about how they don't watch TV, looking at leaves, cooking, reading books about left wing politics, and going to concerts/protests/poetry slams.

Generally this makes them very boring and gives you very little to talk to them about. It's important that you NEVER suggest they are making a mistake or that there is a value to owning a TV. You should just try to steer the conversation to allow them to talk about how they are better than you.


Being that closed off, just to assume an alleged position of superiority is also a efficient way to rot the brain, or at least fossilize it.
 
2013-01-23 06:22:37 PM
I recently stumbled across Tartakovsky's Symbionic Titan series. Fantastic stuff. Damn shame that it only had one season. :(
 
2013-01-23 06:23:44 PM

Apos: I recently stumbled across upon Tartakovsky's Symbionic Titan series. Fantastic stuff. Damn shame that it only had one season. :(


Fixed.
 
2013-01-23 07:13:56 PM

ongbok: oldfarthenry: Back in MY day cartoons were more wholesome. No cursing or swearing - just good ol' anvils to the head and shotgun blasts to the face!

Cartoons have always been loaded with sexual innuendo and adult type themes. It was just that they went over your head as a child and in the older cartoons the references were so subtle that most adults missed them because they weren't paying too close of attention to the cartoons. These days the references are very overt and in your face.


I don't know what that wolf wanted with that redhead, but I knew that one day, I too would want it very badly.
 
2013-01-23 11:04:10 PM

Heron: Neondistraction: Great. Now give Genndy Tartakovsky the money to make more Korgoth.

Holy shiat, he was the one behind Korgoth!?!!!?! Damn, no wonder I spent the whole pilot laughing my head off.


Yeah, it'd been a long time since I'd seen it but I remembered him being involved. Turns out he was the animation director. The creator was Aaron Springer, who according to imdb, did some writing for Samurai Jack and Dexter's Laboratory, as well as Spongebob Squarepants.

Either way, it still works as a way to complain that Korgoth was never picked up. Such a waste of potential.
 
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