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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.

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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.



** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color; but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures genuinely seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.

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** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many ''many'' animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color; but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures genuinely seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.
21st Jun '16 3:16:19 PM HelloLamppost
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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.

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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.



** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color; but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures genuinely seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.



** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color; but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures genuinely seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.
21st Jun '16 3:11:49 PM HelloLamppost
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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.
-> '''Rumble:''' "Get ''down,'' Soundwave!"

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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.
-> ---> '''Rumble:''' "Get ''down,'' Soundwave!"
21st Jun '16 3:11:03 PM HelloLamppost
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** The brief scene in "The Master Builders" of Spike teaching Optimus how to play basketball is adorable.



*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.

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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.



** The brief scene in "The Master Builders" of Spike teaching Optimus how to play basketball is adorable.
21st Jun '16 3:10:29 PM HelloLamppost
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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.

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*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.



* The brief scene in "The Master Builders" of Spike teaching Optimus how to play basketball is adorable.

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* ** The brief scene in "The Master Builders" of Spike teaching Optimus how to play basketball is adorable.
21st Jun '16 3:10:00 PM HelloLamppost
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** Jazz and Blaster are huge fans of human music, particularly rock and roll -- much to the annoyance of most of the other Autobots, although Cosmos seems to dig it.
*** Similarly, when the Decepticons briefly fake a HeelFaceTurn, Soundwave and his cassettes visit a dance club. Rumble at least seems to get into it.
-> '''Rumble:''' "Get ''down,'' Soundwave!"
* The brief scene in "The Master Builders" of Spike teaching Optimus how to play basketball is adorable.
21st Jun '16 3:04:01 PM HelloLamppost
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** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color, but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.

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** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color, color; but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures genuinely seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.
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** In the past few decades, zoos have keyed in to the fact that many animals, once shown how, enjoy painting. Naturally, the paintings all look like just abstract blobs of color, but elephants, apes, and other assorted creatures seem to find it fun and relaxing -- which is important in a zoo, where it's a challenge to keep the animals (especially the more intelligent ones) from becoming bored and depressed. The icing on the cake is that the zoos can then sell the paintings for large sums of money.
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* Koko the gorilla, who speaks in sign language, is a fan of ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood.'' It was a big CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when she got to meet him in person.
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** And he's a big fan of Creator/CharlesDickens.
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