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"We said 'meh'!" "M-E-H. Meh!"

From: The Simpsons

Genre: Cartoons, Television

Who said it?: Bart Simpson

The story behind the quote: The quote comes from The Simpsons’ episode entitled “Hungry Hungry Homer” which is the 15th episode of the 12th season of the long running cartoon. 197 more words

Television

Advice For Monday

Bill Keane began  drawing Family Circus cartoons on February 29, 1960, . . . five days before I was born  and  I have been  enjoying  his and his son’s  work for  as long as I can remember. 80 more words

Zig Ziglar

Friday Funny Episode 52: Welcome to the Jungle, Hunter!

TGIF! Thank God it’s Friday! Good Morning bloggers! Today is another exciting episode of TGIF: Friday Funny. This is episode is not about Guns N’ Roses’ Welcome to the Jungle; however, it does involve some adventure. 119 more words

Anime Spring Season 2016 - Early Impressions

The Spring season is upon us! And wow, what a haul it’s brought.

I can’t remember if there’s any season so far where there’s been so little I’ve felt like immediately dropping. 5,918 more words

Cartoons

The Many Stages of Writing a Novel

The novel is almost finished! Writing is never a straightforward journey. Here is a rough sketch of my recent writing experiences in graph form (‘Writer’s Mood’ on one axis, ‘Time Passed’ on the other). 8 more words

Humor

Anime Winter Season 2016 – Final Thoughts

Hahaha, I managed to catch up! Go me!

Ahem. Yes, we have reached the end of yet another anime season. One of the more interesting ones since I started doing this, even though I didn’t stick with any of the “interesting” shows for one reason or another. 2,719 more words

Cartoons

COLORFUL INDEED! IT'S APRIL FOOL'S DAY ON THE INTERNET

Colorful ain’t the half of it!

It started when one of my favorite bloggers announced that he was selling all his cameras and buying one, cheap (and poorly regarded) Canon mirrorless camera because his equipment addiction had gotten quite out of control … Happy April Fool’s Day! 105 more words

Humor