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I think we've hit critical mass with the cartoons. In reality, this is more strongly related to the junior chapter book Together Forever, which she checked out of the school library [1] and read during independent reading time in class and that I bought the Puffy AmiYumi albums available through the iTunes Music Store awhile back, but "too much TV" is a much funnier explanation. *waves hands* Oooh, my chillun is a Tee Vee watchin' zombie! Now bring me mah menthols and a diet soder so's I can watch mah stories! [2]

1. No, I don't automatically know what she checks out. I know because I volunteer in the library.
2. If you find that offensive, think about why that offends you. I don't smoke, I don't drink diet beverages of any kind, and I'd rather watch no television than watch soap operas.


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Dec. 8th, 2006 01:01 am (UTC)
Y'know, the TV show never really clicked with me. I've heard the second season is much, much, much better than the first, though. But I adore the damn records. Puffy are AWESOME.
Dec. 8th, 2006 06:26 am (UTC)
Laurel dug the show first and then the music, just like Atomic Betty.

I thought it was a fluke that she liked Shonen Knife as a toddler. I'm sure she'll like something that grates on my nerves when she's a little older, but for now we get along pretty well on the music except that she loses interest when it ranges toward twang.

Oddly, she also loves the free children's stories podcast from Storynory, but I suspect she just likes the primary reader's British accent. (:

P.S. I went back and tightened up the main Puffy AmiYumi article with better sections/headers, references and a bit on their history. Hopefully someone will fill the 1996-2000 gap before I revisit the page sometime in the next few weeks to do it.
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