Hocus pocus alamagocus?That phrase and a magic hat apparently will bring a mannequinn to life. I was reminiscing about that show with someone I know not too long ago, actually. My younger brother loved it. If you need to revisit this, I believe there's youtube footage somewhere said friend sent me.Pinwheel was interminable. There were annoying puppets on it names Plus and Minus. They were possibly brothers. My younger sister loved it. I recall it being on the television when I would be home sick from school.My Nickelodeon shows of choice were "You Can't Do That on Television" and "Mr. Wizard's World"... because I have taste. That and I think Canadians are funny.Useless knowledge comment complete.
Dear Mary Beth of Athens, Georgia (I think): I had to look up the definition of interminable (having or seeming to have no end; especially : wearisomely protracted). You may know that I have a college degree, but it was a horrible college when we had no books, or rooms for that matter, the teachers were bums from the local soup kitchen, and our mascot was a tumbleweed. Despite those factors, my college career was interminable. Now I have to go look up what protracted means; I think it's got something to do with those plastic things they give geometry students.
Dear Mike of Franeytown/Indiana/whatnot, Yes, that was me rambling on about children's television. In the future I will avoid words you are forced to look up.Sincerely, MB of the A-T-HPS Do you speak jive?
Jive? No. Pig latin? Yes.
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