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NOTE: PLEASE STOP EMAILING ME ASKING ME TO SELL THIS STUFF TO YOU. I'm sick of it.
Perhaps if you had something specific that I wanted, we could talk. No money changes hands, ever.
I WILL sell some of my original CDs, however.
*** COMMONS: *** - cross-reference or alias/duplicate entry + info not updated on actual tape (this is procrastination) ? episode number unknown 2 2nd generation copy 3 3rd generation copy 4 4th generation copy *** NOT-AS-COMMONS: *** C known clip show o mono, nohifi, 2-head vcr recording from an old-school VHS VCR @ old-school/pilot/special introductory episode d director's cut s subtitled *** 2 CHARACTER TAGS: *** bw black-and-white show 3D three-dimensional (with glasses) *** RARELY USED: *** !! I make a personal appearance IN the video VT Virginia Tech original programming * tape unknown % partial episode F video in foreign language with no translation A animated episode of a series that is usually live L live action episode of a series that is usually animated M musical episode of a series that is usually not a musical $ illogical grouping of episodes or other unexplainable anomaly
I also recently converted all of my beta tapes to VHS (Easter break, 1996 or 1997). Was that a pain!
I am (still) in the slow, painstaking process of extracting all The Original Simpsons Shorts from The Tracy Ullman Show on Comedy Central. In the summer of 97, I've come back home to a cable system that has Cartoon Network. Thus, I've been taping MANY, MANY episodes of 2 Stupid Dogs, Popeye The Sailor, The Pirates Of Darkwater, and The Real Adventures Of Jonny Quest.
I've also been working on taping the new seasons of
Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist,
among other things.
Some things in this catalog may not make sense,
but my personal purpose
for having this catalog is so that I can say to myself,
"I want to watch this
episode now," look it up, and instantly know which tape it's on. Makes
life a lot easier than looking through hundreds of tapes manually.
And NO, I don't have to log on to watch tv. These files are
all on my laptop, and get updated when I feel like it. That's why the
typical format is ASCII masquerading as HTML. These files have to
look good in 80x25 text mode.
Lifetime Video Goal (NOW OBSOLETE AND MORE OR LESS MET)
I eventually plan to get a DVD-burner, or whatever,
and convert all of this to DVD! *
Go to Clint's Home Page.