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#6 - Reminds me of that "David Blaine Street Magic: Youtube Ed… 06/20/2015 on Is THIS your card? 0
#27 - Reminds me of the Gergich's for some reason 05/19/2015 on Asian +2
#173 - Ethiopia was never colonized. Italy tried and failed twice, on…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/10/2015 on if it aint white, it aint... +1
#178 - ethiopia (05/10/2015) [-]
There was nothing to colonize anyway
#123 - This sounds like the kind of movie that would cast Nicolas Cag… 08/11/2014 on 2spooky4me +4
#99 - I completely agree, as much as I enjoy watching spongebob ther… 07/29/2014 on The Perfect Solution! 0
#12 - Here's my take on this: I heard they made it an online exclusi…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/28/2014 on The Perfect Solution! +2
User avatar #80 - zanea (07/29/2014) [-]
While I do agree that it is a children's network but also remember that when Avatar originally aired, most of us were children ourselves. Taking that into account, combined with the greater value we as a society put on education, the network should broadcast more mature shows. Taking this show off the tv line up kind of implies that they don't think their viewers are intelligent enough to enjoy such things
User avatar #99 - shdrw (07/29/2014) [-]
I completely agree, as much as I enjoy watching spongebob there's nothing educational about it (at least to me anyway). However, once again from the network's perspective, they're motivated by ratings/viewer counts on a program-by-program basis, so if a show, say TLOK doesn't meet their expectations, they have no choice but to try and come up with a solution that rescues their declining viewer count while catering to the needs of the fans who enjoy watching TLOK. Like I said, I agree that we need to value educational themes in children's programming, but the network probably isn't inclined to broadcast programs of such nature.
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#161 - Vayne passive on master yi 03/11/2014 on Milkkkkkk 0
#36 - For some reason I thought it was going to end with this 08/04/2013 on Happy... 0
#37 - The one on the left is holding it as if its corn 06/05/2013 on ture.. -1


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