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Old 06-04-2007, 11:30 PM   #31
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Two posts filled with 80's cartoons and not one mention of this?

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Old 06-05-2007, 04:47 AM   #32
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Didn't the female bear (I think her name was Rebecca?) own the plane/company? Baloo just flew it, I think.

But who cares about that, the most important thing is the fun of singing "OH-EEE-YEAH! OH-EEE-YO!"
I guess I'm just flabbergasted that the same bear from the Jungle Book had the cognitive capacity and proper training to fly said plane.

Things don't always have to make sense in the Disney-verse.
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I guess I'm just flabbergasted that the same bear from the Jungle Book had the cognitive capacity and proper training to fly said plane.
But there are other bears that wouldn't surprise you at all if they had the cognitive capacity and proper training to fly a plane?

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Airwolf's theme song owns everything.


Greatest post ever.
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Old 06-06-2007, 04:54 PM   #35
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But there are other bears that wouldn't surprise you at all if they had the cognitive capacity and proper training to fly a plane?

Some bears are more tech savvy than others. Baloo seemed to be into more primitive pursuits.


Regardless, they're all godless killing machines.
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I guess I'm just flabbergasted that the same bear from the Jungle Book had the cognitive capacity and proper training to fly said plane.

Things don't always have to make sense in the Disney-verse.
I'm actually more flabbergasted that Baloo managed to converse with a human. AND compose songs with themes as far reaching as worries and strife. He's smarter than the average bear. Yai-ai-ee.
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GI Joe has to be up there for great cartoons of the 80s. Sure it may have been a little violent, but it was good violence - no one ever died! Not to mention the little PSA type spots they had at the end of every episode...and knowing's half the battle. I wouldn't be where I am today with knowing.
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GI Joe has to be up there for great cartoons of the 80s. Sure it may have been a little violent, but it was good violence - no one ever died! Not to mention the little PSA type spots they had at the end of every episode...and knowing's half the battle. I wouldn't be where I am today with knowing.
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Damn! Street Hawk! Oh the memories!!!

I just found out the awesome opening theme is from a Tangerine Dream album. I've always been curious about those german electronic music wizards. Now I'm definitely getting one of their albums.
hardyharhar thinks it might be from the Thief Soundtrack (he hasn't heard/seen the show you were referring to).
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hardyharhar thinks it might be from the Thief Soundtrack (he hasn't heard/seen the show you were referring to).
The theme by Tangerine Dream? It's from their Le Parc album from 1985 or something.
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Two posts filled with 80's cartoons and not one mention of this?

I used to watch this all the time!
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