If you grew up in the early eighties, you probably learned a ton from those cartoon shorts from the series, Schoolhouse Rock. Disney Plus is bringing them back for a whole new generation of kids to learn from.
I just read that Bugs Bunny turned 75 today. I have to tell you Bugs was one of my first idols as a little boy. I was actually inspired by his use of intelligence and wit to get out of any predicament he found himself in, I also think I loved his Forrest Gump approach to life. No matter what happened to him he just kind of went with it and enjoyed the moment.
With the recent bear sightings in the Albany Area, I thought it would be fun to remember some of my favorite bears. From the imaginary Biff, The Friendly Purple Bear to the iconic Winnie The Pooh, I hope you'll find one of your favorite bears on the list....
I have to admit a couple of things here. First, I do love "South Park" , while it can certainly test your boundaries of good taste, it is usually very funny and smart. Second, I have not watched it in quite some time. That will probably change tonight, with a guest appearance from Brad Paisley.
Meg Griffin from ‘Family Guy‘ seems almost too unreal. Scratch that, she seems almost too easy to pick on. Her dad, Peter Griffin, points this out every episode by making fun of her hat, clothes, personality… pretty much everything. Now it seems as though the girl we all love to hate might be based in reality.
Although I am fast becoming an "older American", I try as hard as I can to keep up on latest trends, fads, gadgets and the like. Most times I take to them readily. This is not one of them. I find it totally annoying, which I guess is the whole point!
When I was a kid, I had my favorite cartoons. In fact, I can still sit and watch a lot of those classic pieces of animation. (Personally, I think a lot of today’s animation makes many of the characters look scary)