THIS ENDS NOW! and other war cries...I had enough of the nonsense as follows:THIS ENDS NOW! and other war cries...36 minutes ago in Personal More Like This
I had it with the pick-and-choose nature of media companies releasing the retro (1980s and 1990s) cartoons that garnered a fanbase, no matter the size, only to shove aside the notion of releasing to DVD or iTunes.
Why? Because since the demise of VHS, I couldn't find the one film, although panned by Rotten Tomatoes, that made me socially aware of the effect of environmental change and destruction at the hands of man: "Jetsons: The Movie"(1990) and was Mel Blanc's last film before dying. The story is, the Jetson family moves to a colony close to an orbiting asteroid. The asteroid is home to the Grungies, little creatures who call the cavernous asteroid home. One big problem: The Grungies' home is also a veritable gold mine for sprocket manufacturing. Many times had Spacely's employees quit over unexplained, rarely-discussed sabotage (caused by the Grungies, who want their home preserved) and he hopes George Jetson meets his standar