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5017ArticleRabbitearsblogI grew up reading the Berenstain books when I was little and I enjoyed reading those books ever since! My favorites were "Forget their Manners," "No Girls Allowed" and "Learn about Strangers!" Aug 18, 2019View
5018ArticleRabbitearsblogAwesome article! I remembered all of these blocks, especially Fox Kids and Disney Afternoon! I always loved watching shows like "Batman," "Gummi Bears," "Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers," "Animaniacs," and many more and I miss watching these blocks.Five Childhood Programming Line Ups I LovedAug 18, 2019View
5019ArticleRabbitearsblogI loved reading Miss Nelson is Missing and Monster Mama! They were some of my all time favorite children's books growing up!My favorite children's books growing upAug 18, 2019View
5020ArticleRabbitearsblogLoved the Doo Wop bumpers too! Nickelodeon had some creative bumpers back in the 80s and 90s!TDitH's Top 5 Nickelodeon BumpersAug 18, 2019View
5022ArticleRabbitearsblogOooh! A John Henry movie from Dreamworks! Sounds awesome!Rabbit Ears Productions: A RetrospectiveAug 18, 2019View
5032ArticleRabbitearsblogAwww! Thanks for the Smurfs badge!!Why the Rabbit Ears Productions series should become a TV seriesSep 06, 2019View
5040ArticleRabbitearsblogOh. Okay. Thanks! I'm still new to this site!Why the Rabbit Ears Productions series should become a TV seriesSep 09, 2019View
4998VideoOzKingWhen there were 3 of us together, it was mandatory to hip thrust after saying "Who are we? The Three Amigos!" [Arms, Hips, Thrust]Three Amigos!Aug 07, 2019View
4999ArticleOzKingI had this exact Super Soaker XP 105 model with double bubble water reservoir and a water bottle size tank... crank this baby up to 105 pumps as that's what we all knew the model number stood for.. Yep.. 105 if you're stringy arms could hold that much pressure and withstand the 2 and a half minutes of pumping to 105 counting slowly to make sure you could ramp the pressure up. Do it too fast and you'll allow air to escape and have to start over. Pretty much we usually only got to 50 because we were kids and we had wars to get to. Super Soaker war, anywhere but in the house. All of us would take our Soakers to the Boys and Girls club. It wasn't school so they couldn't really go against it.. so they'd take 30 to 50 of us to parks down the street so we can go buck wild with water balloon fights. The cool ones had the Super Soakers, mostly 50's or 75's and we came prepared. The less fortunate guys would have their tiny palm size pink water pistol snug in their mouth pulling the trigger and drinking the water. Yep, they must have been thirsty.. but now as an adult it could have been mimicking a cry for help and putting them out of their non-Super-Soaker-having misery... because not even those pink pistols with their cheapo plug would hold water as it dripped down their elbows.Super Soaking Your VictimsAug 07, 2019View
5055ArticleJulieWhen you mentioned Splatterhouse, you said it all. My first experience was with Splatterhouse 2 for the Sega Genesis, back in the 1990s, when I was startled by the ambient sound, the screams and the rudeness of the scenery. This franchise is special to me until today. But after I met Silent Hill (the first one for PlayStation), I didn't find any other game that scares me the most to date. When I play, I get nervous and apprehensive (because my tendency is to immerse myself in the story, like in a book). Great post!Video games you could be playing on HalloweenOct 07, 2019View