What TV Shows and Movies did you grow up with?

Melvin will be taking over the video posts and since they'll be all from YouTube, I set up this page for discussions of them. 

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I was so fascinated by yesterday's Daily Funny, I just had to find a video on the pangolin. It is such a weird looking animal, and came to find out that it is the only known mammal with scales. I think he looks weird, I wonder what he thinks humans look like. LOL

Thanks a bunch for finding the video on this strange creature. Wiki says it's a mammal and the only one with scales.

It's a video world, now-a-days. I hope people keep compiling the results. Did you see that car flipped like a cardboard box? LOL 

Yes, that car flipping like a cardboard box was amazing. It reminded me of the one you posted of the little ducklings getting blown around in the wind. LOL

This is way too small to think about. LOL

You can say that again. When you start talking in millimeters and microns and the like, it's just like the opposite with money in the trillions. Forget it!

I've found that if you convert money into time, it makes more sense, like;

60 seconds = 1 minute

360 seconds = 1 hour

1 million seconds = 12 days

1 billion seconds = 32 years

1 trillion seconds = 31,709.8 years, (or the amount of time it will take to pay off the U.S. deficit budget) meaning a trillion seconds ago, there was no written history. The pyramids had not yet been built. It would be 10,000 years before the cave paintings in France were begun, and saber-toothed tigers were still prowling the planet.

New York Times

Thanks, but it's still mind boggling to think about. LOL

These people are lucky, but they are also very stupid.


LOL I resemble that remark!

Well the Train Horns were s-o-o-o-o loud, I'd think you could even feel the vibrations! LOL





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