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  • One situation that confuses Europeans in translating cartoons is the concept of root beer. 1: it isn't beer, 2: it's a soda. And from what I read, nobody in Europe doesn't like it a lot. But translations are rather odd. (continues in comments)
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    There is no term for it in the whole Portuguese language, but the "untranslatable beverage" was met with "interesting results". In A Kick in the Asgard (CN dub) it was "non-alcoholic beer". But something interesteing happened in season 6 of SpongeBob.
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    All references to root beer in Pearl's slumber party episode were translated as beer. Yeah, how weird. However recently I saw the episode in Ukrainian and it was also translated as beer too. How odd.
    Unlike previous years I was sorta worn out on April Fool's Day. I had a few pranks with potential (Kahootia, Hampsterdance show, etc) and it seems that nobody paid attention. But then again this also reveals another truth about the future of this place. (continues in comments)
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    Another factor was that this year April Fool's Day fell on a Friday and even I can't have hold of the last pranks that happen overnight when I'm asleep (these last ones were apparently lackluster). I did avoid referencing current world events.
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    Basically I use April Fool's Day to imagine an alternate reality of animation and entertainment in general, and this year's theme was (partly) less streaming and more linear, even though one of the first pranks I made in anticipation was aiming to a streaming future.
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    Also April Fool's Day is where I'm the most active, in the past couple of years there have been entire days where I didn't make a post. Maybe I'll do something special for my tenthennial in December.
    I don't know how long I will stay here on a regular basis. Some old buddies of mine left ages ago, and I'm following them wherever they are now. But this also means that so much has changed in these nine years - today was the ninth anniversary of my first post, two days after joining the then-Toonzone.
    Found out that the Kang Fu Amiga CD32 game was made in the Netherlands. The credits had Dutch names and the "ad" for the continuation had a Dutch "see you soon" message.
    With the end of Flash, Gracie Films' site has reconverted its animation to an image and dropped the sound effects - including their iconic jingle.
    Soft launching my new page, RandomMe Arts, on Facebook and Instagram. Link to my Instagram soon when I update my signature and start a linktree.
    If only it was possible for companies to rethink their decision to make movies exclusive to streaming back to their initial supposed theatrican run - they'll have to look at how the situation is faring in countries and regions.

    Wonder why it's impossible to screen "outdated" or "delayed" movies when the situation eases.
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someone has to update that Seinfeld and Young Sheldon are off nick@nite lineup, and also nickatnite.com removed these pages. Only down to two shows
Welp, time to watch my first piece of Shrek related media in 14 years.
Greetings and Salutations, Everyone!
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On November 26, 1922 Mr. Charles M Schulz was born. Happy Birthday to the man who brought one of my favorite things to life in the first place and probably inspired many others to bring great things to life as well. Happy 100th!

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