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What really “ruins” childhood?

The College Humor people have done it again… They’ve gone done and made me think. I wrote a post about television the other day, about how it was somewhat of a “third parent” in teaching a lot of us about right and wrong. Well, here is a skit from CH on how maybe we should stop saying that our childhood is “ruined” when television shows from our childhood are altered by reboots, remakes, or sequels:

Yeah, we need to keep things in perspective.

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René F. Najera, DrPH

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