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#57 - dickcunt (05/09/2013) [-]
80% of the people who are going to comment things like "Hurr durr nustaljuh" don't know the plot to, nor actually watched most of the shows sat in the 2002 section.   
   
Things like Yogi Bear, Wacky Races, Pink Panther, The Jetsons, Harvey Birdman, Space Ghost, JabberJaw, and The Flintstones were never watched by half of these children due to them wanting new and awesome Tv shows with action and shit.   
Just because they watch the more recent shows like Ed, Edd, and Eddy or Samurai Jack they feel entitled to claim that era of cartoon animation as their child and make it seem like all they did was watch Cartoon Network all the time.   
   
Those fuckers make me sick when they try to claim things like Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ed, Edd, and Eddy, or Cow and Chicken  as the face of Cartoon Network when its beyond obvious that Cartoon Network LIVED off of the shows Hanna Barbera produced.   
   
TL;DR Stop being a bunch of sniveling faggots who want to cry about how their favorite cartoon that they knew everything about died, when your generation did the same shit to the earlier generations of cartoons.   
   
/rageoff
80% of the people who are going to comment things like "Hurr durr nustaljuh" don't know the plot to, nor actually watched most of the shows sat in the 2002 section.

Things like Yogi Bear, Wacky Races, Pink Panther, The Jetsons, Harvey Birdman, Space Ghost, JabberJaw, and The Flintstones were never watched by half of these children due to them wanting new and awesome Tv shows with action and shit.
Just because they watch the more recent shows like Ed, Edd, and Eddy or Samurai Jack they feel entitled to claim that era of cartoon animation as their child and make it seem like all they did was watch Cartoon Network all the time.

Those fuckers make me sick when they try to claim things like Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ed, Edd, and Eddy, or Cow and Chicken as the face of Cartoon Network when its beyond obvious that Cartoon Network LIVED off of the shows Hanna Barbera produced.

TL;DR Stop being a bunch of sniveling faggots who want to cry about how their favorite cartoon that they knew everything about died, when your generation did the same shit to the earlier generations of cartoons.

/rageoff
User avatar #207 to #57 - hokeymon ONLINE (05/10/2013) [-]
I watched all of them when I was a kid and re watch every single one of them more than 5 times at weekends because I have nothing better to do on a sunday morning. It was tiresome but it got me through my childhood. Except for adult swim because it was scheduled past my bedtime.
#202 to #57 - anonymous (05/10/2013) [-]
You must be a blast at partys
User avatar #128 to #57 - BlackieChan (05/10/2013) [-]
You just went full hipster
User avatar #88 to #57 - guymandude (05/10/2013) [-]
waaaaaaiiiiit a second...I just reread that comment...I think I misunderstood a few things.

I misread what you said about kids and cartoon eras, and I agree with what you said after "TL;DR."

However, shows like Ed, Edd, & Eddy, Dexter's Lab, Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Courage the Cowardly Dog, and Cow & Chicken definitely ARE the face of the network, because as I said above, those shows were the first wave of original programming for the channel.
User avatar #84 to #57 - guymandude (05/10/2013) [-]
...too bad all of those "new" shows you named were actually in the original set of Cartoon Network's Cartoon Cartoons, meaning that they were ACTUALLY SHOWS FOR CARTOON NETWORK SPECIFICALLY, and were released during the 90's ( hence the whole "only 90's kids will remember yadda yadda"). All of the "new" shows you named WERE the face of Cartoon Network because Cartoon Network fucking MADE THEM. All of the Hanna Barbera stuff was the face of Cartoon Network for like 2 or 3 years before the channel started doing their own goddamn thing. I loved the Hanna Barbera cartoons, but stop acting like they are the "true" CN cartoons or some shit, because they aren't. They were the cartoons of a generation past, being aired on a startup channel that was basically just what we now know as Boomerang.

No one is claiming that Hanna Barbera belongs to that era of cartoons because they fucking don't. And btw, Cartoon Network started Cartoon Cartoons in 1994, not 2002.
#78 to #57 - anonymous (05/10/2013) [-]
dread, double dread and triple dread!
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