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This is about us going to the San Mateo County Fair, Ikea, Doug's sister Judy trying to score drugs, and M. Night Shyamalan.
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Reminded of the times I use to go up to a county fair in Monroe, MI (because somehow the county fairs in my town sucked, though I wouldn't know for not having gone there). The only reason we did for a number of years was that my older brother was in 4-H up there and entered his chickens in that one. Don't recall what animal shenanigans I've encountered there besides noticing the horse dung everywhere. I suppose one highlight was the one booth where you could be stuck in a music video via chroma-key blue screen technology but that was about it. Better memories I have are the carnivals that use to be held every summer in the campus grounds of my high school (apparently funded by their athletic club when I guess they could blow for that stuff). I recall vividly the gruesome haunted house type attraction that had to show a women stabbed just above the breasts! It's an image that still haunts me to this day! Also the odd illusion deal of a women turning into a gorilla in another attraction (and being denied the chance to go on the "Super Loop" because I wasn't tall enough, like in the Tom Hanks film "Big").
Here's one souvenir of a bygone era that 'impressed' me at such a naive age (looking back, I guess it's nice I had my own wall scroll)!
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I couldn't mess with Disney's Doug. Sure, I watched some of it, but it's one of those times where you kow a show's long in the tooth. I think the Doug movie came not long after, and that's a sign that a show might be done for.
I don't think you need to go too far back into the archives to create a soundboard, because everyone on the show has their catch phrases that they tend to repeat.
Must of missed this one, just listened to it. Brought back some memories of my childhood. My dad dragged me to county fairs all the time to watch tractor pulls. We would go to 4 or 5 every summer, plus the state fair. Good times.