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Thread: Any one for a cartoon?

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    Many of us will definitely regress in time for at least 3 minutes!


    Coyote Falls http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v...deyY&vq=medium

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    Momsmurf I am 61 and can remember them 2 :-D from my younger days, I am still laughing thank you that made my day.
    :thumbup: :D

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    ROFL....ACME never quite worked out for him yet he just kept going back...LOL :D OK.....here is the funniest part. I still remember the first time I saw a real roadrunner...I freaked out because it was SO small. I was like "but he's as big as the coyote in the cartoons!!"

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    Meep meep!

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    classic, thanks

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    Too funny!! I remember those days. LOL

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    I love those old cartoons! I spent every Sat. morning in the late 50s and early 60s glued for a good hour to my parents TV watching Looney Tunes. Thanks

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    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    This is the kind of cartoons our children of today need to be watching. Thanks for sharing :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewyscrewy
    good grief times come flying back. thank you ... saturday mornings then eat lunch, then go to the movies, get a cup of soda, and a bag of popcorn for a quarter...
    That was how I spent my Saturdays too! I was just telling my DGS's the other day how the only time we had cartoons to watch was Saturday mornings and then later on we had The Flintstones when we came home from school for lunch. They couldn't believe it what with the 24/7 cartoons they seem to have today. The 6 yr old was very sad about this.

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    I love it. TFS

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