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    "Write it all down. Without accurate records of the past, how can men and women be expected to avoid making serious mistakes in the future?"
    ~Bokonon (as per Vonnegut)


    Thursday, January 1st, 2009

    I love to sing-a!


    It was totally crazy.  This morning I woke up and Cartoon Network was playing my favoritest Looney Tunes cartoon.  You know the one with the little owl who's like, "I love to sing-a, about the moon-a and the June-a and the Spring-a..." and instead his dad makes him sing that other boring song (which, by the way, there is apparently a Johnny Cash version of that I can't find ANYWHWERE)?  I considered tweeting about it because it was so funny that after not having watched Looney Tunes in forever that was the one I woke up to.  Plus I think I was still slightly drunk at that time, because it was 6am.  But then I didn't tweet it, because I didn't want Brett's Transformers ringtone to go off all loud and wake him up.

    Then just now he said "When your alarm went off this morning my favorite cartoon was on!" And I was thinking "wtf?  Did I tweet it?" and I stared at him waiting to make fun of me or something and he didn't.  So I had to make sure that he was talking about the same cartoon by singing the song.  And then I was speechless for a few minutes because it's like he's always in my head and sometimes it kinda creeps me out.

    Also, that cartoon was made in 1936.  Does anyone else find it fascinating that the kids nowadays are watching the same cartoons our grandparents probably saw when they were kids?

     


    Brett, 01/02/09 1:56 PM

    Here it is on youtube!

    Brett, 01/02/09 1:56 PM

    sorry, I forgot I disabled html. Here's the link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYnJno_IUhY

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