May. 27, 2008 at 4:49pm
Clip Show Clip Show Trivia Test!
Clip Show Trivia Test! Can you identify our favorite TV-Tacoma All Stars? If you can you'll win a Custom Tacoma MS Paint Cartoon Trophy that you can design yourself!
* * * Author's Statement of Purpose:
My goal is to get more people to be interested in the community
forum on TV Tacoma. I want folks to be able to recognize people on the
street and have compassion for the engine driving them. "I will forge
new connections to people orphaned by civilization." - RR Anderson
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comments  | posted under all-stars, humor, media, tacoma, trivia, tvComments
by deeble interactive on 5/27/2008 @ 7:50pm
|I'm not sure what kind of 'artist' you're trying to be.. but you have way to much time on your hands.|
your sequential numbering system is wrong.
by tacomachickadee on 5/27/2008 @ 8:02pm
|These are the best intermissions ever.|
by NineInchNachos on 5/27/2008 @ 8:06pm
|@D.I. OK grandma If you want sequential numbering try over at The [tacoma] News Tribune. Do you want a trophy or not?|
by Nick on 5/27/2008 @ 8:41pm
|Wait . . . the videos are the intermission and NOT the city council meeting?|
by Mandiferous on 5/28/2008 @ 9:12am
|#6 looks an awful lot like Dubya...|
by Cloud on 5/29/2008 @ 12:55am
|There's nothing like Tacoma Council meetings... but where'd Will Baker go?|
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