Shameless Plug

LINK – Here A Shaggy, There A Shaggy… Oh, So Many Shaggy’s

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My newest shameless plug, er, post is an article I did for Forces Of Geek, titled “Here A Shaggy, There A Shaggy… Oh, So Many Shaggy’s

It’s a piece about the apparent DNA cloning that went on at Hanna-Barbera studios throughout the 60’s and 70’s. It seems that Shaggy, Fred and the others, in an attempt to pay for their shiftless lifestyle of not working and eating fast food, allowed themselves to be experimented on by scientists at Hanna-Barbera. The evidence is incredible and irrefutable.

Please, take a look.

“Step aside, Mystery Incorporated. We’re here to solve mysteries, not stand around… solving mysteries. You know what I mean!”

NOTE: I’ll be back with a real post very soon. I promise.

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13 thoughts on “LINK – Here A Shaggy, There A Shaggy… Oh, So Many Shaggy’s”

  1. You know, I’m embarrassed/ashamed to admit that I never noticed the insane resemblance between Scooby Doo and The Funky Phantom. Or their resemblance to pretty much every other HB cartoon in that genre. I guess I was a pretty dumb kid.

    I salute you and your dedication to getting the truth, sir.

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  2. Le Calahan,
    I never watched Scooby-Doo. And no, this is not an attempt in humour. The only thing I think I know about the show and Shaggy is that he seems to have the munchies, constantly. So does Scooby-Doo. Is that so? Or am I just a victim of pop-culture’s stereotypical traits of these characters. I’m asking seriously.
    Le Clown

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    1. You’ve never seen an episode? Here’s a good one that involves the gang on their way to an ambiguous “rock festival” http://goo.gl/fquyw

      Scooby and Shaggy are always hungry, it’s true. Much of the time, they eat weird crap like a pizza with ice cream, stuff like that.

      The first two season are fun. The show evolved as the seasons passed to include celebrities and newer characters (Scrappy-Doo, Scooby-Dum) and cross-overs with other shows.

      Check it out, if you can. It’s not mind-blowing art, but it has its innocent fun.

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      1. Mike,
        I’ll check it out. And no, I’ve never watched an episode. I remember you reading my Saturday morning cartoons piece, and we were indeed given French translations of Japanese anime as entertainment when I was a kid… And when I grew older, I just never really cared. Tell me, are there really innuendos as to them being stoned and hungry?
        Le Clown

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