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normal-ghost: parks-and-rex: foxyfandoms: ruinedchildhood: This captures how the new millennium slowly murdered the silly idealism and creative freedom of the 90s with it’s unrelenting cynicism perfectly. It’s kind of sad to look at it. Hello! Let me un-ruin your childhood! Not to be “that guy”, but there’s actually a non-depressing explanation behind this. This building actually stopped functioning as Nick studios in 2005, and was sold back to Universal Studios. It was actually painted like that to go with a Blue Man group show  you can even see the “Box Office” sign in the corner of OP’s photo. It was closed because Nickelodeon made two new studios in California, making it easier to connect with the rest of the industry and to have more control over the space. Here’s what they look like: with plenty of creative and silly decorations inside  Childhood–saved! now stop being a negative salmon YAAAY: Nickelodeon Studios 20 years ago vs. Nickelodeon Studios today... this is depressing normal-ghost: parks-and-rex: foxyfandoms: ruinedchildhood: This captures how the new millennium slowly murdered the silly idealism and creative freedom of the 90s with it’s unrelenting cynicism perfectly. It’s kind of sad to look at it. Hello! Let me un-ruin your childhood! Not to be “that guy”, but there’s actually a non-depressing explanation behind this. This building actually stopped functioning as Nick studios in 2005, and was sold back to Universal Studios. It was actually painted like that to go with a Blue Man group show  you can even see the “Box Office” sign in the corner of OP’s photo. It was closed because Nickelodeon made two new studios in California, making it easier to connect with the rest of the industry and to have more control over the space. Here’s what they look like: with plenty of creative and silly decorations inside  Childhood–saved! now stop being a negative salmon YAAAY

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ravenwald: ace-feminist: feminismandmedia: deathtokillian: thatpettyblackgirl: this is a kid show how do you think little black girls will feel after watching this? also  The creators of “Baby shark” (Pink Fong) you know the YT channel that celebrities are booking for their childs b-day and working with Nickelodeon on a show, regularly depicts black features with monkeys and make up to $16 Million a year off of racist images of black children. Wtfffffff I literally had my mouth open in shock watching that clip. Well, this is appalling Whaaaaaaaaaaaaat THIS IS NOT OKAY!: My Lord Instagram TÉLÉCHARGER GRATUIT Annonce Dina And The Prince Story | Bedtime Stories for kids My Pingu Tv 339 k vues Telécharger Enregistrer 3,3k 1,1 k Partager My Pingu Tv 717 k abonnés SABONNER Faites des économies SOLUTION 100% GRATUITE Annonce prestachef fr Prestachef vous donne la AUDIT D'ACHATS passibilité d'économiser prés de 30% sur vos achats. COMMANDE EN LIGNE LIVRAISON GRATUITE EN SAVOIR PLUS prestache A suivre Lecture automatique Flawless Prince in English English The Flawless Prince ravenwald: ace-feminist: feminismandmedia: deathtokillian: thatpettyblackgirl: this is a kid show how do you think little black girls will feel after watching this? also  The creators of “Baby shark” (Pink Fong) you know the YT channel that celebrities are booking for their childs b-day and working with Nickelodeon on a show, regularly depicts black features with monkeys and make up to $16 Million a year off of racist images of black children. Wtfffffff I literally had my mouth open in shock watching that clip. Well, this is appalling Whaaaaaaaaaaaaat THIS IS NOT OKAY!
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cheese-pizza: imransuleiman: 1985: National Geo make millions from ‘Afghan Girl’ portrait 2016: Still has the status of a refugee and may spend 14 years in jail because of her papers I fucking hate this picture and everything it represents. Steve McCurry made millions off of this picture and its what launched his photojournalism career into the spotlight. While the woman in this picture got absolutely NOTHING and lived an awful and horrific existence. And calling her “Afghan Girl” is so disrespectful. Her name is Sharbat Gula and her life could have been made 1000X easier had McCurry shared his wealth with her - or even if he couldn’t find her, to share it with of refugees who he exploited. And honestly the idea of a white man going into wartorn nations (that are that way bc of american imperialism) to take pictures of refugees to profit off of their pain and trauma is gross   : VOL. 167, NO. 6 JUNE 1985 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC GREAT SALT LAKE: THE FLOODING DESERT 694 U. S.MEXICAN BORDER: LIFE ON THE LINE 720 JAVA'S WILDLIFE RETURNS 750 Along Atghanistans War torn Frontier Haunted eyes tell of an Afghan refugee's fears 772 FAIR SKIES FOR THE CAYMAN ISLANDS 798 SEE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER EVERY SUNDAY ON NICKELODEON CABLE TV National Geographic/Steve McCurry cheese-pizza: imransuleiman: 1985: National Geo make millions from ‘Afghan Girl’ portrait 2016: Still has the status of a refugee and may spend 14 years in jail because of her papers I fucking hate this picture and everything it represents. Steve McCurry made millions off of this picture and its what launched his photojournalism career into the spotlight. While the woman in this picture got absolutely NOTHING and lived an awful and horrific existence. And calling her “Afghan Girl” is so disrespectful. Her name is Sharbat Gula and her life could have been made 1000X easier had McCurry shared his wealth with her - or even if he couldn’t find her, to share it with of refugees who he exploited. And honestly the idea of a white man going into wartorn nations (that are that way bc of american imperialism) to take pictures of refugees to profit off of their pain and trauma is gross  
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The creator of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” Stephen Hillenburg, has died after a battle with ALS at the age of 57. Hillenburg was a marine biologist before he decided to go back to school to study experimental animation. The cartoonist then went on to create the Nickelodeon TV show, “SpongeBob SquarePants,” combining two of his interests: animation and sea creatures. ___ Hillenburg’s show became a success and has been dubbed or subtitled into more than 60 languages. Two feature films were based on the SpongeBob series, the first of which Hillenburg wrote, produced and directed. The cartoon was also recently adapted into a Broadway musical that earned 12 Tony Award nominations. ___ Nickelodeon said in a statement: - "Steve imbued SpongeBob SquarePants with a unique sense of humor and innocence that has brought joy to generations of kids and families everywhere. His utterly original characters and the world of Bikini Bottom will long stand as a reminder of the value of optimism, friendship and the limitless power of imagination.” __ Photo: Junko Kimura-Getty Images: U.S. NEWS SPONGEBOB CREATOR DIES Nov 27 | Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of 'SpongeBob SquarePants' died after a battle with ALS at 57 years old The creator of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” Stephen Hillenburg, has died after a battle with ALS at the age of 57. Hillenburg was a marine biologist before he decided to go back to school to study experimental animation. The cartoonist then went on to create the Nickelodeon TV show, “SpongeBob SquarePants,” combining two of his interests: animation and sea creatures. ___ Hillenburg’s show became a success and has been dubbed or subtitled into more than 60 languages. Two feature films were based on the SpongeBob series, the first of which Hillenburg wrote, produced and directed. The cartoon was also recently adapted into a Broadway musical that earned 12 Tony Award nominations. ___ Nickelodeon said in a statement: - "Steve imbued SpongeBob SquarePants with a unique sense of humor and innocence that has brought joy to generations of kids and families everywhere. His utterly original characters and the world of Bikini Bottom will long stand as a reminder of the value of optimism, friendship and the limitless power of imagination.” __ Photo: Junko Kimura-Getty Images

The creator of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” Stephen Hillenburg, has died after a battle with ALS at the age of 57. Hillenburg was a marine bi...

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