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Old 05-25-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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Today all day on Sci-Fi.

Come one everyone click over and watch an episode and slip back into yoru Saturday morning kid mind.



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Old 05-25-2009, 04:41 PM   #2
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Come one everyone click over and watch an episode and slip back into yoru Saturday morning kid mind.
It's hard to believe that this series is over 30 years old (1974 to 1976). I remember while in Army A.I.T. at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama seeing this on the television. And, in a mall in Atlanta, Georgia (the name escapes me due to old timer's) they had the Sid and Marty Kroft "land" on the top floor. Never visited it but remember seeing it from the lower floors.


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Well thanks alot, that just robbed some childhood memories from me. I sure don't remember Land of the Lost being soooo cheesey and poorly acted with claymation dinos and cut and paste special effects. The show in my memory was as advanced as Jurasic park. Boy what a let down.

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Well thanks alot, that just robbed some childhood memories from me. I sure don't remember Land of the Lost being soooo cheesey and poorly acted with claymation dinos and cut and paste special effects. The show in my memory was as advanced as Jurasic park. Boy what a let down.
So 'Tom & Jerry' was a better option? Yes, the show was a tad cheesey. 7am on sat morn made it look good. Still, it is a better option than most of what is on nowadays.

Btw, Jurassic Park is not so advanced these days. Plus, the book was infinately better than the Goldbloomed movie.

Let go of the past, pagan. It is not nearly as cool as adulthood.
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Well thanks alot, that just robbed some childhood memories from me. I sure don't remember Land of the Lost being soooo cheesey and poorly acted with claymation dinos and cut and paste special effects. The show in my memory was as advanced as Jurasic park. Boy what a let down.
I was thinking the exact same thing. When did you get the ability to steal my thoughts?

Can you throw a chi-ball as well?


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