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PostPosted: Monday, January 11th, 2010 - 15:41:02 
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Animaniacs! or Tiny Toons?

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I guess this is a game of which one you like better?

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Yakko or Buster?

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Yeah, it's just something a little different.

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DVD or VHS

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DVD. I hate winding tapes.

Minerva Mink, or Hello Nurse?

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MP3. I've converted all my CDs into MP3s because they're just so much more portable. I can put hours and hours of music on a tiny little MP3 player, instead of just a hour of music on a CD which requires a larger player that eats batteries faster.

Pinky, or Brain?

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Pinky!

Animaniacs character cameos on Tiny Toons or Tiny Toon character cameos on Animaniacs?

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Jay Leno or Conan O'Brien (had this on my mind with this prime-time Jay experiment blowing up in NBC's face)


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Conan, as long as he keeps it clean. I honestly haven't watched either in a while, but from what I remember, Conan was way funnier. The only problem I had with him was all the adult humor he used because he was on in a later time slot.

Babs or Dot?

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Conan, as long as he keeps it clean. I honestly haven't watched either in a while, but from what I remember, Conan was way funnier. The only problem I had with him was all the adult humor he used because he was on in a later time slot.

Babs or Dot?

(I vote conan b/c of simpsons!)

Babs by a long shot. I only liked Dot when I first watched the show because she was a girl. after that... she's too self-absorbed, snotty & sings too high for me to sing along with (actually had a friend who refused to watch the show anytime she sang!). But Babs? I hereby dub thee an unofficial Looney Tune! other than being mean to her friends from time to time (& what comedian isn't guilty of that?) she's cartoon perfection (IMHO)!

Daffy or Donald?

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Babs by a long shot. I only liked Dot when I first watched the show because she was a girl. after that... she's too self-absorbed, snotty & sings too high for me to sing along with (actually had a friend who refused to watch the show anytime she sang!). But Babs? I hereby dub thee an unofficial Looney Tune! other than being mean to her friends from time to time (& what comedian isn't guilty of that?) she's cartoon perfection (IMHO)!


I quite agree on all of that, except that I do like Dot, and like how she sings. I just don't like her as much as Babs. She is perfection! :)

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Donald. They both may have anger management issues, and ego problems, but Daffy is far worse on both fronts. Donald at least has some heart, and spends time with his nephews. He's probably not as smart as Daffy, but Daffy's ego has always been out of control to the point where I really can't like him.

Goofy or Wakko?

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Nintendo or Sega

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Sega. Nintendo had some good games, but from what I saw of them they shared a similar formula involving repetitiveness and exact timing. I thought Sega was more creative and forgiving. That's actually why I bought a Sega, because I thought the Animaniacs video game for Sega was better than the one for Nintendo. Up until then, I didn't own either system, but it was the Animaniacs game that finally got me to buy one. I rented them both to try them out, and decided on Sega.

And since we're on the topic: Mario or Sonic?

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Sonic, because the first video game I've ever owned was Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and I've been a big fan of him and his games ever since.

Traditional animation or Computer animation?

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Traditional animation. Computer animation is getting pretty good, but I think I still prefer the cartoony look. Just look at Alvin and the Chipmunks for an example of what a 3D remake of a 2D toon would be like. It's not bad, and it has possibilities as the technology gets better, but I'm not sure I like it. Of course, if they did a remake of Tiny Toons, and it actually turned out good, I might change my mind.

Kirk or Picard?

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