Oh, what became of forever?
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05 December 2008 @ 07:18 am
Many beloved television shows are no longer with us, like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Six Feet Under, and Mystery Science Theater 3000. What defunct television show do you miss the most?
Naturally I have to say the shows from the 90s (and a few from whenever), that I loved as a child. I won't list them all because you all should know which ones I'm talking about, but for example:
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Legends of the Hidden Temple
All That (original cast)
Figure It Out
Aah! Real Monsters (Or however many "a"s are in that)
Rocko's Modern Life
Clarissa Explains It All
Keenan and Kel
My So-called Life (is there a hyphen there?)
And just to be "nerdy" I also miss a lot of the shows they used to show on Toonami.
Hiding spot: Waiting for the bus
03 December 2008 @ 12:29 pm
We live in uncertain times. Earthquakes, hurricanes, the ever-present threat of zombies—do you have a disaster plan ready in case one of these things happens to you?
Okay, I had to answer this. It totally reminded me of a funny memory :)
Once, during a family barbeque (after watching the news and seeing stories about awful natural disasters) my grandma attempted to have a serious conversation (bad idea when dealing with Claytons and Heaths) with us about what we should do in the case of a natural disaster, where we should meet, etc.
And it worked for a while until I asked, "okay, but what about zombies?" And then my dad said, "yeah, yeah, that's important!" And so my uncle, aunt, my dad and I all started to plan what we would do in case of a zombie attack.
My grandma got so mad at us, she said she wouldn't talk to us for the rest of the night because we were idiots.
She didn't talk to us, but she got over it later.
We decided Super Walmart would be the best place to meet in case of a zombie attack.Too bad there isn't one in Woodland.
At first my aunt Patty said she'd hide in her bathroom with her kids because there was running water. I said, "Patty, there is no window in your bathroom, water wouldn't keep running for very long...and if zombies broke through the door you'd be trapped."
We still tease her about it because that was the worst escape plan ever.
Hiding spot: Schule