Grow Up Timmy Turner Nostalgiaview Pt 1More Like This
Hello….and welcome to Nostalgiaviews…where my childhood…comes to bite me back in the ass…
Remember when I reviewed "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" and how I refused to state that "George Lucas ruined my childhood?" Even though many people who "read" that critique and called me a "Lucas Hater;" I refused to say that because George had made a movie based off three really good movies that was meant to update his films and re-introduce Star Wars to a new generation with new special effects that were not available back in the late 70's. Kinda like how John Carpenter remade "The Thing From Outer Space" but gave it an 80's update and went overboard on the special effects while updating the story. "The Phantom Menace" was, in that sense, an update from the original trilogy to bring in a new generation to get interested in Star Wars and considering the amount of toys, comics and cartoons that were made around the time "Attack of the
Grow Up Timmy Turner Nostalgiaview Pt 2More Like This
-We now return to your regular programed hatred-
So, as if this "date" couldn't get anymore superficial, Timmy actually takes Tootie out to a fancy restaurant, which he has no income so he cannot pay for this dinner unless he plans to stiff the bill on Tootie, which in that case, how wills he pay for it? It hasn't been established what her job is. In fact, the only people in town who seem to have jobs is Vicky, Chester, Crocker and Magnate's secretary. Everyone else, I don't know what their job is! It was probably mentioned somewhere in the show, but there's only so much I have to remember about so many minor characters!
Moving on, Wanda and Cosmo arrive and make prompt cards for Timmy to try and ruin his date as Timmy gives some of the most pretentious sh*t about the environment since Al Gore's acceptance speech at the Academy Awards. No, I take that back, even Al Gore had a more legit and manipulative way to convince you greenhouse gasses were destroying the ozone layer, Timmy is jus
The new deviantART muroAs you all know, deviantART has a fantastic Web-based drawing tool called :damuro:. This tool is a great drawing application for anyone -- from hobbyist doodlers to professional artists.More Like This
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