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Made a model of the billboard from Pole Position a long time ago. So I made a bunch of ads for it. The three at the bottom are less original edits, and were more than likely just adjusted to fit on the billboards.

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Gargoyles (1994-1996)

One of my absolute favorite cartoons of all time, and one I argue with my mom about all the time about whether or not it was syndicated (it was), Gargoyles is about winged creatures, that turn to stone when daylight hits them, being cursed for a thousand years, and coming back to life in New York City to defend it from imminent evil aka humans. It’s all a little bit futuristic, even though much of it’s set in the past via flashbacks or a series of episodes where they’re traveling around the world. There’s crazy technology, robots, magic, interspecies romance…. I mean, it’s great. It reminded me a little of Angel, you know, the Buffy spin-off, and I was really into it. It’s also considered one of the most well-written action cartoons of all time. Apparently, there’s a final season called “The Goliath Chronicles” that was deemed too dark and adult for children, even though it still aired as a Saturday Morning Cartoon…. For kids…. It’s also considered ‘non-canon’ but if you think that’s going to stop me from watching it, you’re out of your mind. I will allow it to be considered a separate show, however.

Verdict: Recommended. The best part was that there was a recurring plot that lasted the entire duration of the show, instead of it being an empty cartoon where each episode was the exact same thing every time (sorry Scooby), although I would have liked to see more of the Gargoyles besides Goliath.

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Saudi blogger Badawi's flogging put off again - CNN.com
Raif Badawi set up a website to express his views and those of others. For that he was sentenced to 10 years in jail and 1,000 lashes with a whipping cane.
By Ben Brumfield and Don Melvin, CNN

CNN: Flogging for Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, who has been in jail since 2012 for hosting political and religious debate and advocating secularism on his website, was delayed again Friday. He was sentenced to 10 years in jail and 1,000 lashes with a whipping cane. He received 50 lashes in January. Badawi’s wife has called on King Salman of Saudi Arabia to pardon him and stop his punishment.

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