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Scooby-Doo: The Real Mystery and the Real Monsters

When Hanna-Barbera introduced Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? in 1969, they had no idea the impact their show would have on society. Now forty-five years later, after countless movies and TV episodes, Scooby-Doo, Freddie, Daphne, Velma, and Shaggy have not only unmasked the worst of humanity; but they also set an example for how society ought to be. 349 more words

Review: Scooby-Doo Team-Up #9 (Digital)

Title: Scooby-Doo Team-Up #9 (Digital)

Publisher: DC Comics

Cost: $0.99

Storytellers: Sholly Fisch (writer) with Dario Brizuela (artist)

Velma and Daphne are on Amazon Island, training to be Amazons. 370 more words

Review

The Top 10 TV Shows Of My Childhood (Part 2)

Here’s the second half of my list of the ten best TV shows of my childhood.

#5 Sailor Moon

Ah Sailor Moon, yet another Japanese import that manages the truly Japanese feat of being able to be awesomely entertaining, over-the-top, dramatic, action packed and generally flat out AWESOME as a child and then to make you feel like a paedophile when you grow up. 834 more words

I'd rather trust teachers in the sex education debate

As we stumble towards the general election, a few eye-catching policies are starting to trickle out from the main parties.

This includes the Liberal Democrats who this week ruffled a few feathers with the suggestion that sex education should be taught in schools to children as young as seven. 847 more words

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Why Invent a New Word? We've Got A Perfectly Good One

A new word recently added to the Oxford Dictionary is binge-watch, which we know means — thanks to Netflix and other streaming-video services — watching multiple episodes of a TV show, such as “Breaking Bad.” 129 more words