The Spongebob Effect: Immorality and Commercial Children’s Television Programming

I spent the weekend with a gang — yes, a Gang! — of rowdy nine-year-olds from the Midwest.  I was shocked — yes, Shocked! — and disappointed by their crassness, overt sarcasm and apt insensitivity to those around them, and I blame antisocial, for-profit, children’s television programming for the damning result.

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Dog Eat Dog Fu

by Tammy Tillotson

Who would win in a fight between Hong Kong Phooey and Scooby Doo?

A Hard Question
In today’s dog eat dog world, my vote goes to Scooby Doo.

Argument 1
Don Messick is the leading man in Scooby Doo and not just a catty sidekick.

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